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Well, I just checked our lawbooks on the subject: In the Netherlands we
are allowed to own a marker, as long as we don't carry it around with us.
As long as a marker doesnt look like a real weapon, we are allowed to own
it. I'm sure shooting paintballs is still only allowed on terrains
properly equiped for it.
My uncle has a paintball-range on his property, I'm sure the Dutch team
will have plenty of opportunity to practice :)
> What are these restrictive laws concerning paintball markers (shouldn't
> call them guns) your talking about? Maybe you can say the tank is for
> RobotWars. Stuff I've seen there is far more lethal than any paintball
>> YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES
>> YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES By the way did I say
>> YES ? Any help would be greatly appreciated , my thoughts
>> were that if it did not fire paint balls then it could not be
>> a paintball gun and so would not be governed by the same
>> laws. I thought of some foam projectiles like the kids out
>> door toys with maybe a range of 40-50 feet would do fine ?
>> regards paul
>> At 13:31 04/05/2004, you wrote:
>> >The laws are tough here in Australia as well.....hence the
>> build your
>> >own marker theme.....so far so good....at a cost of $40.00
>> >(probably about two
>> >pence in your country) I have a fully functional marker that
>> fits into a
>> >turret (with a
>> >bit of shoehorning anyway) that I have constructed in my
>> shed with very
>> >few tools.
>> >If anyone is interested I can send a description of the parts used
>> >(available at
>> >hardware) and instructions to build.
>> >It is simply based on the generic aircannon design with a few small
>> >changes, it
>> >used compressed air at 40psi so is quite safe.
>> >As a footnote to the forum vs mailing list question....I
>> prefer it the way
>> >it is, this
>> >has to be the best mailing list I have ever been on, please
>> keep them coming !
>> >Ecxept for the squid who thought he could insult the RC Tank world
>> >anyway, I thought he was having a go at us from his first e-mail.
>> >Cheers to all in Tankland,
>> > >
>> > > Yes I am in the UK
>> > > but our paint ball laws are tough and the guns are very
>> expansive so
>> > > I never expected to battle anyone ?
>> > > regards paul
>> > >
>> > >