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    Post  NORTHENGHOST Mon Mar 05, 2012 7:33 am

    Can I import real gun bi-pods into Australia?, has any one tried already?

    I am on my first warning and don't want to be caught out again.
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    Post  Luke Mon Mar 05, 2012 7:47 am

    What do you mean first warning? Did you have something confiscated?
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    Post  IamWaylander Mon Mar 05, 2012 8:04 am

    You can import them from ebay sellers. I imported one for a friend.

    I think I've had a few things confiscated by customs but most were illegal knives. I'm pretty sure when things are confiscated by customs, you don't find out. The only way knowing that the item was confiscated is if it never comes and you have contacted the seller.
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    Post  Dietzie Mon Mar 05, 2012 8:07 am

    Bi pods *should* be fine. I've brought 4 holsters from overseas vin the last month and had no issue and scopes seem to come through just fine.
    As you should expect, don't quote me here. If you have tried to import somthing silly like an over powered laser or a airsoft/bb gun you might be on watch for anything associated.


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    Post  Joey Mon Mar 05, 2012 8:55 am

    I got one and was fine. Had to do a bit of modding to get it to connect to my longshot, but it looks great.

    Not very practical for a nerf gun mind you, but quite aesthetically pleasing.


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    Post  inf0rm3r Mon Mar 05, 2012 9:15 am

    IamWaylander wrote:You can import them from ebay sellers. I imported one for a friend.

    I think I've had a few things confiscated by customs but most were illegal knives. I'm pretty sure when things are confiscated by customs, you don't find out. The only way knowing that the item was confiscated is if it never comes and you have contacted the seller.

    Imported prohibited items can carry fines up to 250,000 dollars and or jail depending on the offense.
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    Post  clunk07 Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:15 am

    From my understanding with custom's, they tend to be reasonably lenient with certain items. I've had a lot of laser diode's confiscated, and I received a letter each time, notifying me of my options. If you don't reply, they just discard the item.

    But, I'd be careful importing items that are related to firearms. eg: suppressor's, magazines, bipods. You'll definitely be put on a watch-list, which could prove rather expensive down the track, as inf0rm3r identified in the previous post.

    As for illegal knives... don't be surprised if the police arrive on your doorstep... especially considering that you're a minor...

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    Post  IamWaylander Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:18 am

    clunk07 wrote:From my understanding with custom's, they tend to be reasonably lenient with certain items. I've had a lot of laser diode's confiscated, and I received a letter each time, notifying me of my options. If you don't reply, they just discard the item.

    But, I'd be careful importing items that are related to firearms. eg: suppressor's, magazines, bipods. You'll definitely be put on a watch-list, which could prove rather expensive down the track, as inf0rm3r identified in the previous post.

    As for illegal knives... don't be surprised if the police arrive on your doorstep... especially considering that you're a minor...

    Cheers,

    Haha yeah, quite true, however I had attemted on importing a balisong knife 'trainer'. Which is a blunt, unsharpenable piece of metal with a butterfly knife design. I guess the reason they had confiscated it is because I could've installed my own blade onto it. Other than that, I don't think the police would turn up on my doorstep for a blunt knife that I would use to do tricks for.

    Thanks for the heads-up though.
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    Post  evozn Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:32 am

    Why a real one? Just get an airsoft one, that will save a bit of trouble.
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    Post  camo1010 Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:48 am

    Yea to be honest I wouldn't try to get one imported. It would be easier to get one from an Australian seller.
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    Post  Sir_Spacemonkey Mon Mar 05, 2012 2:03 pm

    IamWaylander wrote:
    clunk07 wrote:From my understanding with custom's, they tend to be reasonably lenient with certain items. I've had a lot of laser diode's confiscated, and I received a letter each time, notifying me of my options. If you don't reply, they just discard the item.

    But, I'd be careful importing items that are related to firearms. eg: suppressor's, magazines, bipods. You'll definitely be put on a watch-list, which could prove rather expensive down the track, as inf0rm3r identified in the previous post.

    As for illegal knives... don't be surprised if the police arrive on your doorstep... especially considering that you're a minor...

    Cheers,

    Haha yeah, quite true, however I had attemted on importing a balisong knife 'trainer'. Which is a blunt, unsharpenable piece of metal with a butterfly knife design. I guess the reason they had confiscated it is because I could've installed my own blade onto it. Other than that, I don't think the police would turn up on my doorstep for a blunt knife that I would use to do tricks for.

    Thanks for the heads-up though.

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    Post  NORTHENGHOST Mon Mar 05, 2012 2:26 pm

    Yeah thanks, I will just try and make my own

    I got caught for trying to import a pack of 100 bb pellets, I got a 10 page letter on why it was not allowed and what to do about it and stuff :/
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    Post  Dietzie Mon Mar 05, 2012 2:27 pm

    Where I said about something silly....that was it


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    Post  camo1010 Mon Mar 05, 2012 2:40 pm

    Sometimes over seas sellers class them differently. I got a holographic reflex sight from china. It had a laser on it but apparently it was a "camera accessorie"
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    Post  |Shadow| Mon Mar 05, 2012 4:01 pm

    I've been importing For-grip's, Folding For-grips, Grip-pods and slings with no problems at all.
    From an airsoft internet store.
    The grips are all airsoft replicated versions of the real thing.

    The Magpul MS2 is the real deal though ...

    I wanted to import an airsoft spring loaded/folding bi-pod but they are a little on the expensive side though.

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    Post  camo1010 Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:06 pm

    It all probably depends on whether. The container that your stuff is in gets a random search or there's a power tripping n00b inspecting it.
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    Post  mister_elliott Sat Mar 10, 2012 3:10 am

    I'm pretty sure that the legislation prohibits the parts that make a gun a gun. So no barrels, no receivers, no bolts, firing pins, triggers, magazines, ammunition. Ammunition is why the airsoft bb's were nabbed. Suppressors are prohibited in australia anyway so that's a no no (which i find odd since they're easy enough to make)

    Plenty of folk import sights, and a variety of firearm related paraphernalia can be bought over the counter without a license at hobby, archery and firearm shops.
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    Post  camo1010 Sat Mar 10, 2012 4:14 am

    Australia- the nanny capital of the world
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    Post  WH1PLA5H Thu Mar 29, 2012 9:54 am

    I like those black for grips!!! That Bi Pod you got attached looks smick too. What sort of price are those running into?
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    Post  |Shadow| Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:19 am

    WH1PLA5H wrote:I like those black for grips!!! That Bi Pod you got attached looks smick too. What sort of price are those running into?

    Around $10-$20 if i remember correctly (no more then $30 for sure) per unit.
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    Post  NORTHENGHOST Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:22 am

    |Shadow| wrote:
    WH1PLA5H wrote:I like those black for grips!!! That Bi Pod you got attached looks smick too. What sort of price are those running into?

    Around $10-$20 if i remember correctly (no more then $30 for sure) per unit.

    Would you happen to have a link? (to where you bought them)

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    Post  Kaine Thu Mar 29, 2012 8:19 pm

    camo1010 wrote:Australia- the nanny capital of the world

    Not really, England is significantly worse.
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    Post  |Shadow| Thu Mar 29, 2012 8:26 pm

    Kaine wrote:
    camo1010 wrote:Australia- the nanny capital of the world

    Not really, England is significantly worse.

    Yet they are allowed have Airsoft guns (last time i checked) ... Please tell me how they are worse off?
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    Post  camo1010 Thu Mar 29, 2012 10:03 pm

    Bring back the right to bare arms

    The front grip looks good thought. I wouldn't mind gettin one
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    Post  Kaine Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:10 pm

    |Shadow| wrote:
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    camo1010 wrote:Australia- the nanny capital of the world

    Not really, England is significantly worse.

    Yet they are allowed have Airsoft guns (last time i checked) ... Please tell me how they are worse off?

    They have more strict firearms laws, in regards to the restrictions on actual firearms you can't get handguns and semi-autos (bigger than .22 rimfire). Whilst not illegal, airsoft weapons are controlled (to a degree). Also you have to have a good reason for wanting a gun, and they are much stricter about what qualifies. If they even found you had a single bullet (without having a firearms licence) you can get into huge amounts of trouble.

    Though I did not mean it just about guns, I don't feel like writing an essay on British society and legislations....
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    Post  camo1010 Sat Mar 31, 2012 1:04 am

    Kaine wrote:
    |Shadow| wrote:
    Kaine wrote:
    camo1010 wrote:Australia- the nanny capital of the world

    Not really, England is significantly worse.

    Yet they are allowed have Airsoft guns (last time i checked) ... Please tell me how they are worse off?

    They have more strict firearms laws, in regards to the restrictions on actual firearms you can't get handguns and semi-autos (bigger than .22 rimfire). Whilst not illegal, airsoft weapons are controlled (to a degree). Also you have to have a good reason for wanting a gun, and they are much stricter about what qualifies. If they even found you had a single bullet (without having a firearms licence) you can get into huge amounts of trouble.....

    That's basically how it is in Australia. I wanted to get my firearms license but I had to say where I would use them, how I would use them, what I was using it for, where I was going to store it etc.

    In the end I just gave up.
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    Post  cfb_rolley Sat Mar 31, 2012 9:00 am

    camo1010 wrote:
    Kaine wrote:
    |Shadow| wrote:
    Kaine wrote:
    camo1010 wrote:Australia- the nanny capital of the world

    Not really, England is significantly worse.

    Yet they are allowed have Airsoft guns (last time i checked) ... Please tell me how they are worse off?

    They have more strict firearms laws, in regards to the restrictions on actual firearms you can't get handguns and semi-autos (bigger than .22 rimfire). Whilst not illegal, airsoft weapons are controlled (to a degree). Also you have to have a good reason for wanting a gun, and they are much stricter about what qualifies. If they even found you had a single bullet (without having a firearms licence) you can get into huge amounts of trouble.....

    That's basically how it is in Australia. I wanted to get my firearms license but I had to say where I would use them, how I would use them, what I was using it for, where I was going to store it etc.

    In the end I just gave up.

    must be stored in a locked container weighing more than 200kg (or permenantly bolted down)of sturdy construction. and you could join a rifle club, which is usually the easiest excuse for both where and how you'd be using a firearm.
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    Post  camo1010 Sat Mar 31, 2012 10:20 am

    The locker has to have 3 sections in it as well.

    Australian laws suck
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    Post  cfb_rolley Sat Mar 31, 2012 11:02 am

    camo1010 wrote:Australian laws suck

    especially since those who want to do wrong with a firearm just get an unregistered one off the black market and totally bypass all of the restrictions anyway...
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    Post  |Shadow| Sat Mar 31, 2012 11:22 am

    cfb_rolley wrote:
    camo1010 wrote:
    Kaine wrote:
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    Kaine wrote:
    camo1010 wrote:Australia- the nanny capital of the world

    Not really, England is significantly worse.

    Yet they are allowed have Airsoft guns (last time i checked) ... Please tell me how they are worse off?

    They have more strict firearms laws, in regards to the restrictions on actual firearms you can't get handguns and semi-autos (bigger than .22 rimfire). Whilst not illegal, airsoft weapons are controlled (to a degree). Also you have to have a good reason for wanting a gun, and they are much stricter about what qualifies. If they even found you had a single bullet (without having a firearms licence) you can get into huge amounts of trouble.....

    That's basically how it is in Australia. I wanted to get my firearms license but I had to say where I would use them, how I would use them, what I was using it for, where I was going to store it etc.

    In the end I just gave up.

    must be stored in a locked container weighing more than 200kg (or permenantly bolted down)of sturdy construction. and you could join a rifle club, which is usually the easiest excuse for both where and how you'd be using a firearm.

    camo1010 wrote:The locker has to have 3 sections in it as well.

    Australian laws suck

    cfb_rolley wrote:
    camo1010 wrote:Australian laws suck

    especially since those who want to do wrong with a firearm just get an unregistered one off the black market and totally bypass all of the restrictions anyway...

    That's what i was getting at, Maybe they have control laws blah blah blah but there laws are not much different from ours.
    And you can blame that Martian Briant w*nker for this problem when he went postal.
    Yes they have control airsoft laws but at least they have airsoft. Hell even NZ has airsoft.

    Anyway this post is getting way off topic from Bi-Pods.

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    Post  Joey Sat Mar 31, 2012 5:46 pm

    Eh you guys can complain all you not, but I gotta say. I kinda of like my chances of not being killed by a gun here.


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    Post  Kaine Sat Mar 31, 2012 10:58 pm

    camo1010 wrote:That's basically how it is in Australia. I wanted to get my firearms license but I had to say where I would use them, how I would use them, what I was using it for, where I was going to store it etc.

    In the end I just gave up.

    No it's not, being that H (handguns) and D (true semi autos) are obtainable, I myself have A,B and C, in the process of getting a H licence.

    |Shadow| wrote:That's what i was getting at, Maybe they have control laws blah blah blah but there laws are not much different from ours.
    And you can blame that Martian Briant w*nker for this problem when he went postal.
    Yes they have control airsoft laws but at least they have airsoft. Hell even NZ has airsoft.

    Anyway this post is getting way off topic from Bi-Pods.


    Actually they are, the difference between illegal and legal is a significant one.
    I will concede that Australian laws are bad, but England's are still worse.
    Funnily enough though, statistics show that gun control does not work. It's not like criminals are particularly worried about legally obtaining a firearm. And they are the ones most likely to commit a crime with a firearm. Them or cops.

    Anyway as you say, it's gone a bit off topic so I'll give it a rest now.
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    Post  littlebro05 Sun Apr 01, 2012 1:50 am

    Which reminds me. Could you guys not quote after quote after quote. It makes the forums look messy. Thanks.

    Just another part of forum ettiquette.
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    Post  dchil15 Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:42 am

    camo1010 wrote:The locker has to have 3 sections in it as well.
    ah.. no
    according to the course i just did [i'm obtaining a minors liscence with my father and brother] they don't care about how many sections you have, in fact you could just use a cheap cash box to hold your bolts/ammo. also the bolts and ammo do not need to be seperate from each other, the firearms just have to be seperate from the bolts/ammo.

    the limit is also 150kg or bolted, and made from a strong construction [wood or metal].

    just want to dispell some myths

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    Post  camo1010 Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:51 am

    The last time I inquired about gun safes was in NSW and it had to be a 3 locker. Obviously things have eased off.

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