btw, the marker must and can only be brought around by the bearer of the permit, or team permit owner lah. i dont want the permit to become so easy to get, ppl just go out and buy marker for the wrong reasons/use it wrongly. sometimes some noobs just didnt know how to play would just shoot in public, amidst the lack of safety.
it has to be for the proper person. the person is liable of the marker. if any damage done by the marker, the owner shall be responsible howsoever.
underage kids (7-10 years old). should they have a permit?
teens (12-15). are they liable to hold the permit?
what about modifications done/shape alteration on the gun (example:x7 modded to be like ak47 or m4)
-the permit shall put name and type of the marker. and any mods can be done freely. also to sell off the marker, handover permit must be of easy transition. just like a car grant.
-another thing im concerned of is the legislation of markers. where it can be used. how to bring it around (assembled but disabled or dismantled to pieces (tank, loader, barrel and maybe battery taken out)?)
At last an intelligent comment/argument from a fellow paintballer.
I quite agreed with D_mechanic. Once this service is made available the ASSOCIATION need to really study on 'How & Who' to grant the marker permit. Australia is a good place to study this system since they already have this system way back. I believed implement by their local police.
I remember way back our current 'so called national association' did grant few centre with 'marker permit' for a sum of fees?? As far I remember at the moment only Police Bukit Aman have that right!
Just my views.