> I believe in the state of California, it's illegal for me to sell you any of
> my airsoft guns. (I could be wrong though, my knowledge of the law is mostly
> I do have several that I "smuggled" over from my trips to Korea though, three
> glock 17's, a SIG Sauer P226 and a...get this...AutoMag .44
> I didn't dare try to bring over the motorized M-16...too big.
> I also have a vial of "paintballs" for these airsoft guns, they're bright pink
> and leave what would be considered "splatter" on you when you're hit.
I still remember back in '91. I was checking into LAX after my
flight from Seoul, and I had a bag with an M16A1, two MP5's, and two S&W
M645's. Airport security then confiscated them, and told me that I'd
probably get killed for displaying it in public. (thank you for thinking
of my safety, and simultaneously insulting my intelligence.)
The saddest thing, however, was that, two aisles down, another
Korean family had a bag filled with guns, 2 ingrams, at least 12 other
guns. The kids were bawling. The combined cost of those guns was probably
in the realm of $800.00.
The worst thing is that the airport police that confiscated my
guns were so stupid and goofy about it. One policeman shot one of my
M645's, firing a pellet out into the hall. The rather fat and ugly woman
that was with him grinned and took it away from him. They would not reason
I am still very bitter and disappointed about that episode, and it
was just about the only time I've ever had "the man" take away my
freedom to bear...toys. Fear us evil asians...