Individuals can't have Airsoft or paintball guns

Bukit Aman press conference on November 25, 2013

KUALA LUMPUR: Airsoft and paintball enthusiasts hoping to legally keep their guns will be disappointed – the police are sticking to their guns that such sporting equipment are licensed only to registered operators and clubs.

Police gave a month from yesterday for owners to surrender their unlicensed airsoft guns and paintball markers.

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