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Topic # 80483 31-Mar-2011 19:28
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if i get one sent from the hong kong  will i be able to get it to my house or will customs keep it

because i read some places in usa can not import them

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  Reply # 453926 31-Mar-2011 20:00
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Many AIRSOFT guns are full auto in HKG.  

Only Semi-Auto guns are allowed in NZ, and if you imported a gun and it happens to be full auto from HKG...  I can guarantee you that customs will have a field day with your kit, and you will not see it arrive period.

You're better of buying locally on Trademe or try buying kit off the Airsoft or milsim paintball NZTGA Community forums.

On a side note, I was in Mongkok, HKG last week in some area where they sell everything Tactical from guns to gucci... in fact there was one stall selling a full sized mini gun for 28k HKD!!

If you're after a G36C, I have one for sale and am willing to let it go for NZD200.  It's all blinged up with tactical rails, and comes with two mags + charger + 2 batteries



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  Reply # 454280 1-Apr-2011 16:56
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urban: Many AIRSOFT guns are full auto in HKG.  

Only Semi-Auto guns are allowed in NZ, and if you imported a gun and it happens to be full auto from HKG...  I can guarantee you that customs will have a field day with your kit, and you will not see it arrive period.

You're better of buying locally on Trademe or try buying kit off the Airsoft or milsim paintball NZTGA Community forums.

On a side note, I was in Mongkok, HKG last week in some area where they sell everything Tactical from guns to gucci... in fact there was one stall selling a full sized mini gun for 28k HKD!!

If you're after a G36C, I have one for sale and am willing to let it go for NZD200.  It's all blinged up with tactical rails, and comes with two mags + charger + 2 batteries



{Mod Edit :BH: Spelling corrected on company name. Please use correct company names only, as per the FUG}



thanks for the info mate

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