mundaire wrote:JackieD, there isn't a single .357 Cal air-rifle I can think of, which would pass the deal wood test. So even today, you are required to get it properly licensed, just like any other firearm. Not doing so would invite the same penalties as being in possession of an illegal/ unlicensed firearm.
My father already has a licence and he bought it for me. But I don't think he used his licence to get me one. Thanks sir for bringing this to my notice. May I know what will be the procedure to get it legalized? Or should I just hand it over to the nearest police station. I don't want to break the law by any means.