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    Quote Originally Posted by Stew View Post
    there's lots of R/C battling tanks that use airsoft bbs
    I've owned many of these over the years. The newest thing is battling with IR lasers instead since a "hit" will actually disable the tank.

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    I think air soft is considered as toys and not regulated.
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    I remember seeing R/C battleships that sank each other shooting 1/4" ball bearings at balsa hulls, used rotating turrets and CO2 power, used to be clubs all over

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stew View Post
    I remember seeing R/C battleships that sank each other shooting 1/4" ball bearings at balsa hulls, used rotating turrets and CO2 power, used to be clubs all over
    When I was a kid there was a neighbour who had a 6' long RC battleship that had black powder guns in the turrets. That was the coolest thing I had ever seen

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    these are multi barrel turrets with regular capacity magazines with auto load and full auto fire


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    To add
    You might be considered a “manufacturer “ under the act, and there are specific requirements on that. Basically, you are manufacturing a “ barrelled action”

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    as long as the firearm fires a projectile at less than 500 fps than it is considered uncontrolled, would take a bit but you could use a rotary belt magazine (think sig) or the top half of any bb mag and a barrel - an electric solenoid as a firing pin and poof.

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    best to stick with pneumatic imo, controllable and capable of full auto and large magazine

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    Anyone can build a gun they are licensed to possess. Unless you build it to restricted specs (see sectoon 84 criminal code) there is no reason to send it in for approval.

    The question you need to actually ask, is does this violate section 86cc... unsafe handling.
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