yeah it's pretty new.. :) it's a CA with a thermold mag i have also gotten a new "sniper" grip on it, but havent got a new pic of it at the moment
You can either agree with meor be wrong.
12th November 2003
very cool stuff, I wish it was legal in the Netherlands.. stupid country.. :(
This is the gun I've got my eye on: It's a Redwolf Customs M4 METRIX CQB.
Anyone know if its legal to have one of thoes down here in Auzziland?
I'm way cooler than n0e (who isn't though?)
11th February 2003
In Australia airsoft is illegal for most practical purposes. Australian law classes the replica weapons as firearms, and acquiring a licence to possess (e.g.) a pistol requires a rigorous and laborious process of police background checks and fingerprinting. Anyone found in Australia possessing an unlicensed airsoft pistol faces the same charge as a person who unlawfully possesses an actual firearm.
In Austria following regulations apply: Airsoft guns and pistols are allowed up to 0.08 joule. All users that are at least 14 years old, do not need their parents permission. Airsoft guns and pistols more than 0.08 joule can be purchased in specialised weapon shops only and all users have to be at least 18 years old
found this for you. atleast im guessing thats what auzziland is lol.
pesci_fanA fun fun fun hobby, for the whole family, well I am getting into it, and to those who are familiar with it. I am about to purchase my first Airsoft rifle, its gonna have to be a LPEG (Low-Priced Electric Gun) So I want to know what you think about this gun G3 SAS AEG
Isn't that a tokyo? If it is, they are NOT LPEG's!
airsoft is pretty fun and the guns look cool as they are repilicas of real ones. but playing, i think paintball is more better cause you can really feel a paintball better than a plastic bb.
Why would you want to get hurt and paint splattered on your face? Paintball is like messy lazertag, unrealistic clunky guns.