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"Only in the US"? Imaginative, creative kids don't make their own toy guns in any other country? Really?And where is the "lying,' the evidence of anyone being "biased," or anything "nuts" about kids fabricating their own toys?
The lying and biased aspect of this is that you gun nuts try to tell us that creating makeshift guns is some kind of innnate talent that all kids possess. It's not.
The lying and biased aspect of this is that you [liberty advocates] try to tell us that creating makeshift guns is some kind of innnate talent that all kids possess. It's not.Hmm . . . don't believe I've ever heard that one. Now imagination is a gift that I suspect is pretty universal in kids, meaning that a stick can be a "gun," but I trust you don't dispute that.
I'm sort of surprised you kept the guns at such a rudimentary level. Though it does illustrate the basic inability to control the imagination of kids. Would this be considered to be a ghost gun if laws restricting toy guns are violated? And then there are the evil assault toys which could result in wholesale imaginary slaughter,http://www.odditycentral.com/videos/lego-firearms-actually-shoot-lego-bricks.html
Here is another fine example of modern toy gun technology. I don't think I'd be able to make something like this. http://www.guns.com/2015/05/01/fully-functioning-mp7-made-from-legos-video/