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Discussion in '2nd Amendment' started by Hermitt, Sep 19, 2014.
What a relief! I can finally stop worrying about what Atlantic City is going to do about their tidal wave of toy deaths.
The stupidity must really be strong there..... and they wonder why AC is a crap hole.
I read an article some time back about a guy who used "chrome" spray paint to paint a toy gun to make it look realistic in order to commit robbery. I came across it because I was looking for the toy based on the Whitney Wolverine: The Wayline Zebra.
Yes, this genius took a Zebra, yellow "nylon pellet" gun, spray painted it, then got himself shot.
Peace favor your sword,
So how about if I paint my JCP bright orange, and I'll just tell everyone it's a toy. Then I can open carry.
I prefer a bright yellow C-9.
I like that Pac Man.
Oh how I love that paint job.
Believe it or not, when I was still on the job I arrested some moron in the projects that had the same idea. It didn't work for him either....
Toy guns shouldn't look like real guns hence the name.
Real guns shouldn't look like a toy either........
Either one will get people killed.
It's funny how some of you are so radically extreme anti gun legislation that even a sensible toy gun law is vilified and ridiculed.
I don't think the 2nd amendment applies to toys.
Not fair. Everything can be ridiculed. Comedy has no boundaries.
They are very useful and inexpensive for training purposes. Such a law only would make sense to those who are either uninformed or who want to make the people less effectively armed(the leftists).
One has to remember that the US SC has said that the 2nd also protects the people being effectively trained in the use of arms.
Then you come to the fine line of air guns that shoot lead projectiles, air guns that shoot steel bbs and air guns that shoot plastic bbs....
Which are toys and which are not?
I got a daisy red ryder and a few old pellet pistols to sell on the AC black market. And my wife said they were a waste of money. HA
I bought a cheap spring fired plastic bb pistol for chasing critters out of my Florida room. When I got it, I just figured "it's a toy", and stuck the barrel to my palm and pulled the trigger.....oweee.
where does that leave wooden rubber-band guns?
Lol. I played air soft for years in high school. Bought my first one in 8th grade from walmart. Did the same thing on my thigh.
They do indeed leave a mark
How is this law sensible? A criminal who wants a fake gun can't afford a $5 can of black spray-paint to make his toy gun look real?
Right!?! How stupid these people are.
first thingI thought of