Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Canadian Legal .43 Markers in the Works

Notice: All the information below is subject to change.

Those of you that have read my Canadian Paintball Laws post will know that many .43 caliber paintball markers are considered replicas and thus prohibited (for good reason). In news exclusive to Grey Ops, some .43 caliber markers (including pistols) will most likely be made legally available this coming winter. The way in which this will work is much alike how some airsoft pistols are legal in Canada, the use of transparent tinted receiver parts. Expect prices to be fair, in the range that US customers typically pay for buying .43 markers in country. The company undertaking this process wants to remain anonymous. Show your support for this endeavour, and help make this a sure thing!

Here's an example of what a tinted receiver looks like on an airsoft pistol:


  1. I could live with that! Who cares if it's an exact replica or not (I mean even a T8 doesn't look like a real handgun). As long as it's not like clearsoft, where half the gun or more is see-through

  2. I'm very interested to see these. I know some people will take issue with the tinted receiver, however if you think about it, the majority of the tinted part is covered by your hands when holding the marker, so it's really not a big deal.

  3. Very cool, I would pick one up for kicks if nothing else.