TheDoc wrote: »
Through consultation process' down the years, many people from the airsoft community, be it retailers, site owners, players, collectors etc. have actually advocated for the registration and licensing of retailers.
Especially during a phase during the airsoft boom where shops were springing up left right and centre, and most concerning airsoft equipment being sold in stores that weren't actually airsoft specialists.
Not to mention Airsoft has been a legally recognised sport now for some time.
Appreciate your advocating we are in this together, but in actual fact the Airsoft community for a long time has taken the stance of having clear seperation with the real steel community, to try eliminate the association between the use of equipment in our sport that is non-lethal, and the equipment in yours that is.
andy_g wrote: »
Or contact the IAA and see what they can do for you.
Mark#1 wrote: »
Where can I read the new proposals?