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  1. Hi guys, I've been playing airsoft for half a year now, and I want to start teching in aegs. I have no idea where to start, so I was wondering if anyone had suggestions like just general advice or potential projects. Thanks in advance.
  2. I am interested in playing airsoft as I try and go once every other week.
  3. @TommikkaI never asked for any backup, and it was a general question which I already stated the reason why I was asking, and that I would be deactivated as another option.
  4. @smoorenatorI was considering it however the price of deactivated guns are higher.
  5. I was thinking of buying a deactivated version of the gun by it is a dramatic price difference,
  6. I am talking about just wanted replica guns to hang on the wall as I am a fan of WW2 era guns. As I was looking at this: http://www.sofmilitary.co.uk/k98-mauser-rifle-denix-replica-product,15731 and the website reads " Please read the following restrictions. Due to the current British law it is illegal to sell this reproduction firearm to anyone apart from to the following people or organisations; Museum or gallery Theatrical performances Films and television programmes Historical re-enactments events Members of re-enactment or military vehicle groups Crown servants for the purpose of employment" I wasn't sure if this is the only criteria for buying this. Or could it be covered by the ukara defence though it isn't an airsoft gun?
  7. I was reading about the Ukara licence and the VCRA act, and I noticed that it used the term "RIF". My question is does the "RIF" only apply to airsoft guns as I noticed WW1, WW2 and Modern Era replica guns also need a license, and I was wondered if they are covered under Ukara?
  8. Thank you for your feedback.
  9. but the definition of manufacturing is to make on a large scale using machinery, but I would be using manual labour and no machinary to change the component? It is a very confusing topic.
  10. If I was to buy two tone pistol and the slide was worn and I wanted to buy a replacement, would it be illegal if I brought a black slide replacement or would I need to get it with a two tone finish?
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