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Old January 3rd, 2008, 02:27   #91
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*cries*
I hope one day we can have stores like this in canada....

also, what kinda frame is that grey thingy in the second last picture??
No idea, I'll go and ask them later today. I'm heading back in half an hour.
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 02:28   #92
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Jesus Ch....holy sh....oh my fucking.......

*drools* (also at your situation)
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 02:37   #93
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Jesus Ch....holy sh....oh my fucking.......

*drools* (also at your situation)
Indeed. And that's just a FEW pictures, I'm going back in a bit to take more pictures and buy more stuff.
Stuff here is SO CHEAP, it's retarded- also, there's dozens of stores. The pics I posted on the last page are from GunsnGuys, WGC showroom, and one or two others- but there's also a dozen more stores and showrooms, including the Classic Army showroom (no pictures allowed in there, it's got non-released stuff).
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 02:42   #94
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dude...Dairy King? thats weird...
Wheres Burger Queen?
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 03:44   #95
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Wheres Burger Queen?

Probly next to Wendals, East Side Marias and black spot.
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 04:36   #96
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OMG did you feel like a kid in a candy shop in them stores?
I would probably have the biggest grin on my face the entire time.
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 04:42   #97
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OMG did you feel like a kid in a candy shop in them stores?
I would probably have the biggest grin on my face the entire time.
Those were my exact words to Karnage as soon as I walked in.
"Holy fuck.
Holy fuck.
It's like I'm a kid in a candy store."

I proceeded to drool over everything for the next 5 hours.

More pictures are on their way, I'll post them as soon as they're uploaded.

Also, that Halo-ish looking gun on the last page is actually just a stock set for an APS2.
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 05:23   #98
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 05:43   #99
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 06:13   #100
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I proceeded to drool over everything for the next 5 hours.
I dont think you were in there long enough
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 09:36   #101
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Went back today. Going back tomorrow.
Anyone got $1000000 to loan me?
Or at least some money for unrestricted parts so I can charge a small amount of markup to afford something?
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 09:52   #102
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In order to see stores like that in Canada we would need a very high volume of players, which a lot of the Airsoft Canada community elders are seemingly highly against.

While much of this has to do with a draconian customs system, a lot of it has to do with the community's outright hatred for new comers to the sport. We'd need tens of thousands of dedicated, year-round, airsofters to see any kind of buildup like that - and the dozens we do see are normally flamed right back to playing paintball, usually where they came from.

Unfortunately running the entire country's airsoft community out of one website, and then trying to control the peoples' ability to buy and sell based on age with only a handful of people pressing the buttons, is only functional on paper (even then, its chances of success are iffy). To reach the consumer volume we need to have actual brick and mortar airsoft retailers stay afloat in Canada, some serious changes need to be made - and mostly to the heavily right-wing attitudes of those calling the shots.
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 11:50   #103
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IIRC, there's this one really shifty store at the end of that street where they only sell Armalites. Shifty because everything is packed into cardboard boxes and their guns look slightly under scale.
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Old January 3rd, 2008, 12:19   #104
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In order to see stores like that in Canada we would need a very high volume of players, which a lot of the Airsoft Canada community elders are seemingly highly against.

While much of this has to do with a draconian customs system, a lot of it has to do with the community's outright hatred for new comers to the sport. We'd need tens of thousands of dedicated, year-round, airsofters to see any kind of buildup like that - and the dozens we do see are normally flamed right back to playing paintball, usually where they came from.

Unfortunately running the entire country's airsoft community out of one website, and then trying to control the peoples' ability to buy and sell based on age with only a handful of people pressing the buttons, is only functional on paper (even then, its chances of success are iffy). To reach the consumer volume we need to have actual brick and mortar airsoft retailers stay afloat in Canada, some serious changes need to be made - and mostly to the heavily right-wing attitudes of those calling the shots.
Yeah, but then you'd need to see less of the whole "Brought clearsoft to school" thing happening first... When that happens, maybe we'll think about it
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Old January 4th, 2008, 10:50   #105
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Hmmm.
Well, I bought some toys.

Keeping up with my recent bad habit of buying feminine guns, I got two of the most feminine weapons out there. Well, the Glock26, not so much, but most of the men out there will shit bricks after seeing the second.




Beretta M84 Cheetah- silver with SPARKLY BLUE GRIPS.
Fuck yeah.



With one normal and one extended mag, for tricky situations- and when you just have to own every motherfucker in the room.



For Flabeo, because I'm a nice guy.




For the supplier, because both he and his WWII guns are :awesome:.
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