No I won’t… Not today anyway…
It’s now gone back to:
Damn you are a having a rough time on this
Hope it all works out for ya mate .
It’s actually hilarious… I always try and see the funny side. It’s the universe havin’ a laff with me.
If your profile pic is really you, then I must admit I also have a laugh with you
Just kidding bro
Oh that’s my ugly mug alright…
Nice , mine is really me too
Mine is really me 3…
Hey Arty! Are you in South Aus?
Wow Rattler Very sexy you look. Turn me on those ears do.
@IronSpear I’m in vic
OOOH! It;s cold there isnt it?
I thought blasters were illegal there???
Or is it just NSW?
Is it harder to get stuff through customs etc into Vic?
Try as you might ,but succeed you will not
Haha! Wise words Master Yoda
@IronSpear I’m in Victoria. Gel blasters are not illegal here. Things that look like replica real firearms are illegal here. So if you put a gearbox in a nerf blaster for example, totally fine
Well it turned up today Yay!
Cool looking optics. HOWEVER…
I THINK EVIKE SENT ME A SECOND HAND ITEM. WTF!
Pictures or it didn’t happen
That’s very disappointing !
And what does Evike have to say about it ?
Just about to email them
hate to be the bringer of bad news. it pretty sure they still haven’t got the green light yet as why slot of the companies won’t send to states other than Qld and s.a
Time for a bit of thread necro!
Six weeks after arriving in Melbourne, my Tiger111 order was finally delivered, minus a few items, with a greeting card from ABF, and the promise of a formal seizure notice to follow.
Specifically the following items were held:
All “non-functioning” (where applicable), clearly marked as toy parts. I don’t believe anything above would actually require a permit.
So, once I get the letter and have a formal reference, what are my options for (or chances of) having these released?
Anyone with recent experience (successful or otherwise)?