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Can I own a paintball gun in Malaysia?

Can I own a paintball gun in Malaysia?

Ownership and possession of paintball markers in Malaysia has always been tolerated by the police even though under written law, they have always been illegal to possess. It is considered the hub of paintball in the region.

Is it illegal to buy paintball guns?

Are Paintball markers Illegal? Currently, there are no existing laws in the United States that prohibit the possession of a paintball marker by a legal adult. They are generally considered to be a type of airgun, such as a BB, and therefore airgun laws apply rather than firearm regulations.

Can you own a paintball gun?

You need a permit to buy or own a paintball marker (paintball gun) in NSW. The permit does not allow you to use the paintball marker outside an authorised venue.

It is an offence under Section 36 of the Arms Act 1960 to possess or import imitation firearms. “All imitation firearms, such as BB guns, airsoft guns, paintball markers, antique guns and pistol- shaped cigarette lighters, are illegal.”

Is owning a bow and arrow illegal in Malaysia?

The management says that all bows are welcome, from traditional to compound. As long as it is legal in Malaysia, you are good to go.

How much is a bag of paintballs?

Paintballs generally range from $15 – $30 per 500 round bag, and $50-75 per 2000 round case. Some of the things that affect paintball price are as follows: Shell quality: paintballs need to be round to fly straight. A more expensive paintball has greater perfection and consistency.

Can I own a paintball gun in WA?

Here’s the requirements to purchase and own a paintball marker, by each state: ACT: you need to acquire a Category A firearms licence. WA: You will need a category E5 firearms licence. NT: The Northern Territory does not currently allow you to purchase a paintball marker unless you are operating a paintball park.

What category is a paintball gun?

recreational sporting devices
Paintball markers are no longer considered firearms regulated by NSW Police. They are recreational sporting devices managed by Fair Trading.

Can I own a gel blaster in Malaysia?

“Possessing gel blasters and its components is like having fake firearms and those found guilty can be jailed up to a year, or given a maximum fine of RM5,000, or both, ” Zaini said.

Do you need a license for a paintball gun in Malaysia?

Malaysian individuals can no longer be in possession of imitation guns while unlicensed owners of such guns used for sports activities have a month to apply for a license. Licenses for paintball guns will not be a requirement for much longer, as the Home Minister has decided to exclude it from the Arms Act 1960.

Is it illegal to own an airsoft gun in Malaysia?

It is an offence under Section 36 of the Arms Act 1960 to possess or import imitation firearms. Those guilty of the offence can be imprisoned for up to a year, or fined not more than RM5,000. From: Malaysia… Duh! Tipu. for those who dont know what is airsoft gun pls google.. which one you prefer?

Are there a lot of paintball parks in Malaysia?

There a lot of paintball parks around Malaysia. People could easily walk-in to the parks and play a game with their friends” – Tunku Alizan the Deputy President of the Malaysian Paintball Federation in an interview with ASKLEGAL Although not all good things come to an end, but it kinda did for the Malaysian paintball community.

AirSoft = a 1/1 replica of real weapons except it shoots 6mm plastic pellets, poses a threat due to 1/1 awesomeness and able to retrofit metal ball bearings as projectile. In the US, airsoft is illegal in certain states. For Malaysia, totally illegal]