i used google to translate the page and made edits due to rubbish translation but the pictures speak for themselves
ON 22/12/2011 AT ABOUT 2235HRS, ACTING ON INFORMATION of firearms, a police team from DIVISION OF SPECIAL INVESTIGATION (D9), raided a KUALA LUMPUR
HOTEL (1) MEN AGED 34 YEARS IN THE ROOM. GOODS seized
MARKER BOX CASE BLACK COLOR,
ONE REMOTE LINE,
ONE MILSIG MARKER TYPE C-SERIES,
FIVE AMMO MAGAZINES
ONE GAS cylinder (STAKO PAINT BALL),
PLASTIC CONTAIN(233) pellets,
CAVEY ONE HANDLE,
MARKER BAG Brand VEATURE TUK,
ONE TYPE OF MARKER Tiberius barrel of a gun T9.1 Siri NO: T9.1-351 NO PATEAT6,892,718,
FROAT ONE HAND GRIP,
LASER ONE LIGHTER Bove,
TIBERIOUS AMMO MAGAZINES
USED PLASTIC CONTAIN 193 pellets,
BROWN BAG COLOR.
Person ARRESTED under Section 8 Firearms Act 1960. arrested and seized items brought to Police Headquarters of Kuala Lumpur for further investigation
Sad truth since there is no provision in our law which separates paintball markers from firearms, this is the risk that woodsballers face here.. however from the photos it can be seen that the player took precautions and kept his markers in bags and cases.
weird to see this happen as the police and government are usually very supportive of paintball and there are even police officers who play
not good for the fledgeling Mil-sim community here
Edited by modelstarter, 23 December 2011 - 02:14 AM.