Airsoft guns and laws in Zambia

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Airsoft guns and laws in Zambia

Postby Stevo » 10th August 2014, 20:17

Dear Zambia, I am an avid air soft player from England and I was wondering about the rules of owning, importing or exporting air soft guns in Zambia, since I am moving there in a few months. I have scoured the net and checked the policy on fire arms but there doesn't seem to be any sub section concerning the use of airsoft guns in Zambia.

I would very much appreciate knowledge concerning air soft guns in Zambia.
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Re: Airsoft guns and laws in Zambia

Postby Justine » 13th August 2014, 07:06

Stevo my boy talk to me. You can start by explaining what this sex toy is. I know plenty sex toys but never did I come across this one ati airsoft gun. tell me with no shyness.
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Postby Maya » 27th January 2015, 09:23

I know I'm several months late but I've been looking into this also. I'm not an avid air soft player, as you but enjoyed every bit of it when I was abroad.
Did you get any info? And belated welcome to Zambia, Steve.
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Re: Airsoft guns and laws in Zambia

Postby Refugee with legal status in Zambia » 27th January 2015, 19:18

The boy's name is Stevo, mama Maya, not Steve. Why do some of you Zambians like to improvise on other people's names? Just like how some of you like to call our former president ati Sikoti
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Re: Airsoft guns and laws in Zambia

Postby Steven Banda » 15th May 2018, 21:16

Hi Stevo I know I may be a few years late but if you are around and still interested in knowing any airsoft gun laws in Zambia you can get in touch with me. I'm a proud owner of 12 airsoft rifles and I play as well. Stephen Bunny Banda is my Facebook name.
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Re: Airsoft guns and laws in Zambia

Postby BS » 15th May 2018, 21:36

Dear Mr Banda

It would be mighty nice of you to explain what exactly is an airsoft rifle, for the benefit of those of us who have no clue whatsoever.

Sincerely,
Boniface Soko
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Re: Airsoft guns and laws in Zambia

Postby Philip » 1st June 2018, 15:02

Airsoft is a big sport in Europe, Asia, and the USA. (Google it..lots of vids on youtube) Essentially similar to paintball in a broad way, and played with very realistic rifles and pistols, either powered with gas or an electric motor. They fire lightweight 6mm plastic balls (bbs) that are harmless if the correct gear is worn. There are many team played games that feature capturing the flag..or a fort, and essentially it is a lot of fun and excercise outside with a whole heap of tactical skills thrown in.
I am an airsoft collector myself (working in Zambia) and I too am interested if there are any airsoft retaillers around in Lusaka
Hope this helps!.
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Re: Airsoft guns and laws in Zambia

Postby BS » 2nd June 2018, 07:44

Philip my friend, I thank you greatly for taking the time to explain this Airsoft business. That is one piece of knowledge in my bag now. Next time someone discusses Airsoft, perhaps I can throw in my two ngwee on the topic.

Although to be honest I cannot see myself chasing a little plastic ball or running away to avoid being hit by one. They say you cannot teach an old dog new tricks. I'm the old dog here
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Re: Airsoft guns and laws in Zambia

Postby Philip » 3rd June 2018, 23:03

At 55 Im also considered an "old Dog"..but I collect quality airsoft replicas (I have 25) as they provide a fun, safe and legal way to own a piece that is so close to the original in every way EXCEPT being lethal. The gas blowbacks for me are the best as even the reciprocating parts are very close in action to the original..and fun to shoot in your back yard too. Even some US swat teams train with these pieces as it can be done safely BEFORE they move to the real deal.
If I can be of any more help...
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