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14th Aug '15 2:19:10 PM DracoKanji
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** Air rifles with a power above 12ft/ib or 16.3J require an FAC (Firearms Certificate) to own, so you may as well get an actual rifle. Air pistols over 6ft/ib or 8.1J are banned outright.
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** Air rifles with a power above 12ft/ib 12ft/lb or 16.3J require an FAC (Firearms Certificate) to own, so you may as well get an actual rifle. Air pistols over 6ft/ib 6ft/lb or 8.1J are banned outright.
15th Feb '14 1:58:06 AM hagagaga
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** Just beware. Many states' definitions of firearms do include airguns, even if it's rarely enforced as such. Look for the words pneumatic and calibers down to .177/4.5mm. It probably will never be an issue if you're not doing anything stupid, but it's worth keeping in mind.
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** Just beware. Many states' definitions of firearms do include airguns, even if it's rarely enforced as such. Look for the words pneumatic and calibers down to .177/4.5mm. It probably will never be an issue if you're not doing anything stupid, but it's worth keeping in mind. New Jersey is a major exception to this, with some air rifles even fitting the state's definition of "assault weapon."
28th Sep '13 11:42:02 AM GaidinBDJ
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* The US: Areas that have tight restrictions on firearms are likely to be more lenient when it comes to air guns. Just in case, however, ask the local police or your lawyer for advice.
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* The US: Areas that have tight restrictions on firearms are likely to be more lenient when it comes to air guns. Just in case, however, ask the local police or your lawyer for advice.advice. ** Just beware. Many states' definitions of firearms do include airguns, even if it's rarely enforced as such. Look for the words pneumatic and calibers down to .177/4.5mm. It probably will never be an issue if you're not doing anything stupid, but it's worth keeping in mind.
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