No, you are completely wrong. This radio is ONLY for amateur (licenced HAM operators ONLY) and business users (operating under a specified frequency with a business licence.) You cannot under any circumstances use these legally in the U.S. or Canada without the appropriate licence.
Your link pointed to GMRS radios. GMRS radios are licence-free in Canada but they are limited to 2 watts of power. These radios exceed that power, and are thus not legal for use on either the FRS or GMRS bands. There are no bands on this radio that allow you legal licence-free operation.
You realize that your illegal use of these radios while playing your airsoft games with your toy guns is not just potentially and illegally interfering with business users, legal FRS and GMRS users … it could also be interfering with potential search and rescue operations or operations required for the safe operation of workplaces or vessels.
Industry Canada (formerly Department of Communications) takes these violations VERY seriously. You are potentially interfering with people’s lives. If you are caught, you will be charged with a criminal offence, and lest you thing that is nothing, wait until you find it it will eliminate any jobs in the future involving security clearances (such as law enforcement) or any jobs involving trust (such as handling money.) With a criminal record, you will also be turned away at the border, so no more vacations in the U.S. with your family.
Unlike your contention that you were not warned, every ad I see for this radio in Canada or the U.S. states very clearly it is only for amateur (HAM) or business use.
We suggest you either get a proper HAM licence to continue to operate these radios, or you get consumer radios to play with your toy guns. There are lots of good GMRS radios on the market, and trust me, you are not impressing anyone with your pretend military-type radios and microphones. (Especially when the moment you push the transmit button might bring Industry Canada and the police to your location, and have them seize ALL the radios from all your friends.)
I am sure you are also aware that many airsoft firearms are prohibited devices in Canada as well, and the action of simply taking a legal airsoft gun and painting it to look more real might constitute “manufacturing a prohibited device.” Why take a chance on your hobby and your career?
Canada is about to approve MURS, and 900 MHz FHSS radios are legal there too, but for your purposes, a good GMRS radio should do just fine.
Please let us know if you have any further questions.