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Kilo1-1



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PostSubject: ASGC and the new Arms Amendment Bill   17/12/2012, 4:49 am

So being as the AAB went through a 3 reading in parliament recently, and looks like it will be law soon; how does it effect (if at all) businesses like ASGC.
Will you guys still be able to import AS Guns, so long as you get the correct permits, or is it going to effectively put an end to your operations?
Just curious to know, as it looks like the reasons for getting a permit are pretty tight.

Any clues, anybody?
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PostSubject: Re: ASGC and the new Arms Amendment Bill   18/12/2012, 3:47 am

Kilo1-1 wrote:
So being as the AAB went through a 3 reading in parliament recently, and looks like it will be law soon; how does it effect (if at all) businesses like ASGC.
Will you guys still be able to import AS Guns, so long as you get the correct permits, or is it going to effectively put an end to your operations?
Just curious to know, as it looks like the reasons for getting a permit are pretty tight.

Any clues, anybody?

Hi

ASGC should be able to get AS guns in as we are the licensed Dealer and well-knowing Airsoft importer, but still need double check with new regulation that is going to come out soon. I believe if we are not allowed to get airsoft, then no one else will be allowed.

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PostSubject: Re: ASGC and the new Arms Amendment Bill   18/12/2012, 3:49 am

Admin wrote:
Kilo1-1 wrote:
So being as the AAB went through a 3 reading in parliament recently, and looks like it will be law soon; how does it effect (if at all) businesses like ASGC.
Will you guys still be able to import AS Guns, so long as you get the correct permits, or is it going to effectively put an end to your operations?
Just curious to know, as it looks like the reasons for getting a permit are pretty tight.

Any clues, anybody?

Hi

ASGC should be able to get AS guns in as we are the licensed Dealer and well-knowing Airsoft importer, but still need double check with new regulation that is going to come out soon. I believe if we are not allowed to get airsoft, then no one else will be allowed.


Interesting times.
Thanks for the reply. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: ASGC and the new Arms Amendment Bill   11/1/2014, 3:30 am

Will we be able to go full auto with the introduction of this? And will ASGC be bringing in the necessary parts to allow existing AEGs to be upgraded for full auto fire?

I'd love to not have to pull the sig to bits every time I get a jam haha
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PostSubject: Re: ASGC and the new Arms Amendment Bill   16/2/2014, 1:50 pm



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