Airsoft Canada

Airsoft Canada (https://airsoftcanada.com/forums.php)
-   Newbie Tank (https://airsoftcanada.com/forumdisplay.php?f=203)
-   -   Vsr 10 (https://airsoftcanada.com/showthread.php?t=130952)

Danther September 28th, 2011 21:45

Vsr 10
 
Is the VSR 10 legal in Canada? If so is there a retailer in Montreal saying its not?

George Burdell September 28th, 2011 21:48

It is legal in Canada.

Danther September 28th, 2011 22:03

Thanks for the quick reply... I guess they say its not because the can't or won't get it.

-=ArchAngel=- September 28th, 2011 23:04

Plenty of ppl here in Canada own VSR 10s. What it comes down to in terms of legality is how they are brought into Canada. There are legal means and illegal means to do it.
If you're gonna order one from outside Canada, DONT DO IT unless you know entirely what you're doing.
Im not gonna go further into it here in the newb tank, but if you want more access to a variety of airsoft guns, get AVed and things will become much easier. Also, theres a lot of information here on ASC. If you're new to airsoft here in Canada, it would be wise to read them.

DEATH2000 September 28th, 2011 23:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by -=ArchAngel=- (Post 1538966)
If you're gonna order one from outside Canada, DONT DO IT unless you know entirely what you're doing.

You shouldnt order from outside of Canada unless your a licensed importer. Support Canadian retailers to help the sport grow. And of course avoid getting your gun seized by customs.

a_sock September 29th, 2011 08:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by DEATH2000 (Post 1538977)
You shouldnt order from outside of Canada unless your a licensed importer. Support Canadian retailers to help the sport grow. And of course avoid getting your gun seized by customs.

you can either support Canadian retailers or give free donations to out of country companies to provide the CBSA with fun new toys.

Curo September 29th, 2011 09:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by a_sock (Post 1539048)
you can either support Canadian retailers or give free donations to out of country companies to provide the CBSA with fun new toys.

Overseas airsoft, christmas for the CBSA.

Ricochet September 29th, 2011 11:53

I support Canadian retailers. but after using a few springers, I have to say that Tokyo Marui, and Maruzen make the best spring snipers out there. Unfortunately, they aren't sold in Canada. There are importers/brokers that can bring them in legally. The cost however can be in upwards of 2x the out if country retail price. But completely worth the money. "Experienced" snipers, I.E. Guys that have owned several springers, had the time and money to upgrade them, and have played many times with them, will tend to tell you the same thing.

Most importantly get age verified, or no one can really help you out. And avoid buying brands like UTG, Well/Mauser, echo 1. Unless that's all you can afford. Also sniper rifles aren't good for your first gun, all new players that start sniper regret it. It's usually something you move into once your experienced.


All times are GMT -4. The time now is 00:29.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.11
Copyright ©2000 - 2020, vBulletin Solutions Inc.