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PostPosted: Fri Mar 08, 2019 12:50 am 
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I'm really looking forward to getting them. Getting antsy to hear back from them =)

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 08, 2019 10:14 pm 
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Looking like these will be shipping soon [emoji846]


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 09, 2019 5:02 pm 
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How long will these take usually?


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 09, 2019 6:36 pm 
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Well first time dealing with this company. They've been very non communicative, definitely not strong on customer service so far, lol. They promised an invoice Monday, so I think they've got the order packed and will have it ready to ship. So if via FedEx could be here by Friday or the next week sometime.
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Any movement ?


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 1:58 pm 
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Slow movement! Still waiting for their government to give the permit to ship and waiting for a shipping price.
Will let you know when they ship!

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:06 am 
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It is very interesting that their Chinese website use the term toy guns to describe these airguns. Together with the low power legal limit, it looks as if thiscompant are doing things on the sly.[emoji12]

When I visit Taiwan next time, I should go check them out in person.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:55 am 
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tom_ke888 wrote:
It is very interesting that their Chinese website use the term toy guns to describe these airguns. Together with the low power legal limit, it looks as if thiscompant are doing things on the sly.[emoji12]

When I visit Taiwan next time, I should go check them out in person.

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Lol, well, they have not been sly enough judging by the amount of time it takes to get government permits to export. =)

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 4:49 pm 
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I'm understand it might sounds sly in Canada, but that's the way it's in Taiwan. Government is vary strict on toy gun. I remembered we even don't allowed any metal projectile in the toy gun when I was kid. The only toy gun you can buy are those airsoft gun that looks like in CT. I was really surprise when Was said the company is from Taiwan. Anyway, only hope everything go well, so we can have nice product to play with.


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Hi Jesse,

So you came from Taiwan too? Nice to know that there are other airgun hobbiest from Taiwan.
I remember when I was a kid the neighbour big brother had a .177 break barrel he was picking off glass bottles lined up on a wooden table, also shooting birds, I am talking the 60's. The laws must have changed after if no metal projectile was allowed.

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wesb2007 wrote:
tom_ke888 wrote:
It is very interesting that their Chinese website use the term toy guns to describe these airguns. Together with the low power legal limit, it looks as if thiscompant are doing things on the sly.[emoji12]

When I visit Taiwan next time, I should go check them out in person.

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Lol, well, they have not been sly enough judging by the amount of time it takes to get government permits to export. =)

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Isn't that 'This is not a toy' stated on our replicas BB guns?! [emoji38]

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Jesse0876 wrote:
I'm understand it might sounds sly in Canada, but that's the way it's in Taiwan. Government is vary strict on toy gun. I remembered we even don't allowed any metal projectile in the toy gun when I was kid. The only toy gun you can buy are those airsoft gun that looks like in CT. I was really surprise when Was said the company is from Taiwan. Anyway, only hope everything go well, so we can have nice product to play with.
That's normal. I know that 'weapon like' toys and air guns are all restricted in China and Japan. But lots of our air guns ( included BB guns, airsoft, even high power springers, PCPs ) are manufactured in China and Japan, of course includes Taiwan.

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tom_ke888 wrote:
Hi Jesse,

So you came from Taiwan too? Nice to know that there are other airgun hobbiest from Taiwan.
I remember when I was a kid the neighbour big brother had a .177 break barrel he was picking off glass bottles lined up on a wooden table, also shooting birds, I am talking the 60's. The laws must have changed after if no metal projectile was allowed.

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Hi Tom

Yes, I came from Taiwan and for sure that is nice to know there is another member from Taiwan.
I remembered that I couldn't find any store sale pellet gun when I still worked in Taiwan around 2006~2011.
Only last few years, I found out stores starting to sale springer and PCP, but the funy part is they all claim the power only 2J, so they are legal toy guns. :rolleyes:


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wesb2007 wrote:
tom_ke888 wrote:
It is very interesting that their Chinese website use the term toy guns to describe these airguns. Together with the low power legal limit, it looks as if thiscompant are doing things on the sly.[emoji12]

When I visit Taiwan next time, I should go check them out in person.

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Lol, well, they have not been sly enough judging by the amount of time it takes to get government permits to export. =)

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Isn't that 'This is not a toy' stated on our replicas BB guns?! [emoji38]

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Legally, the replicas steel BB guns will not allow in Taiwan for sure; however, a lot of time they do sale the airsoft version of same replicas. But as long as there is demand I bet you can find one under table fro sure.


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