Of course the link for Canada doesn't work.
If I may add some for my fellow Canadians:M1 Toys Co.Airsoft-World.com007Airsoft
And the link to Xtreme Precision:Xtreme Precision Airsoft
I cannot vouch for any of these dealers. I have not purchased any products from them. Prices are usually very expensive compaired to American and especially Far East dealers, but the products are already in country.
To give you an example a Tokyo Marui M1A1 runs upwards of $600 Canadian.
This is due to the Canadian shop having to pay Duty fees, brokerage fees, and the proper importation licenses (they need to make a profit on top of all that as well).
Overseas dealers would be much cheaper but I would only use them if I was purchasing a single pistol. The box for a pistol is small enough not to arouse the attention of customs. I would instruct the dealer to put "sporting goods" on the customs form (which is not a lie). But again, a little luck has to be on your side as well.
Good luck Canucks!
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