Man Faces Five Years In Prison For AIRSOFT GUN COLLECTION
A Sydney, Australia man was arrested and charged with nine counts of possessing BB guns. Corey Harrison faces up to FIVE YEARS in prison for the charges. The arrest took place back in September, and he faces sentencing on February 1st at Downing Centre Local Court.
Military enthusiast Corey Harrison, 27, has not formally entered a plea to a number of charges, including nine counts of possessing realistic Airsoft rifles.
Harrison had his sentence adjourned yesterday at Downing Centre Local Court for nine counts of possessing firearms, three counts of possessing prohibited weapons and two counts of possessing prohibited drugs at his Pyrmont unit.
Detectives from the firearms squad raided Harrison’s Bunn St unit in September last year, allegedly seizing nine Airsoft firearms including a replica AK47, Scorpion sub-machinegun, an L96 sniper rifle and a Glock pistol.