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13-10-2007, 21:22   #1
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*** Airsoft Forum Charter ***

Airsoft forum Charter
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* While it is unclear of the leaglity of using lasers on airsoft devices discusssion of it is allowed here with the understanding that actually doing so may be illegal. Only lasers that meet the following criteria are legal in Ireland:

- lasers of less than 5 milli Watts
- in the light frequencies of 630 to 680nm

Which means that all Blue and Green lasers (which are out side of light frequencies of 630 to 680nm) are illeagle and should not be discussed here.

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15-11-2007, 00:49   #2
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How this forum works!

As soon as a review is written the thread will be locked to keep it clean and spam free. If at a later date the poster wishes to add more information, PM a mod to have it reopened.

Each review can have it's own separate discussion thread alongside it in this forum.

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Just as a note aswell, if the review thread hasn't been locked and you want to reply, feel free to post a discussion thread if there isn't one already instead of posting in the review thread itself
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