eternalme\";p=\"27440 wrote:I don't want to get struck at airport while bringing it ,CUSTOM OFFICIALS ARE KNOWN TO HAVE SUPER IQ.
RottLord\";p=\"46744 wrote:This is to all you present gun owners. I think we all are gun-lovers but the system we are in doesn't allow all of us to be PROUD. What do you think, had there been a scope to own a S&W .50 ACP, we, the replica gun owner wannabes would have settled for anything else but the real one? The answer is NO. But it's the sound, the flash and the fumes we die for and at least, the person to whom firing is a passion, a replica gun, I believe is the safest option. So pls stop the quarrel and let's help each other to reinforce the BROTHERHOOD of MEN. Lest you fall, there shall always be someone to stand up from behind. A blank firing gun owner shall know atleast how to pull the trigger of a real gun when a grave situation needs to be dealt with; it's better than knowing how to use it as a hammer. PERIOD.
"Courage comes from within when it's time to pull the trigger for the right cause. To the one who lacks it, a gun is but a piece of stone."
RottLord\";p=\"46750 wrote:Ok, folks; I found that Indian Customs Act - Chap. 93.3 mentions no taxes to be paid on:
Other firearms and similar devices which operate by the firing of an explosive charge (for example, sporting shotguns and rifles, muzzle-loading firearms, very (should that be heavy?)pistols and other devices designed to project only signal flares, pistols and revolvers for firing blank ammunition, captive-bolt humane killers, line-throwing guns.
Does that mean blank firing guns are legal? And if it's so, then why do the Customs Dept. pose a bar on procuring them?
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