California: Replica toy guns could face ban

| November 24, 2013

California: Replica toy guns could face ban

Toy guns made to look like the real thing would be banned in California under legislation announced Friday in Sonoma County, where a sheriff’s deputy last month shot and killed a 13 year old boy after mistaking his replica AK 47 pellet gun for an assault rifle.The bill, to be introduced by five lawmakers, would require pellet and other toy guns to be brightly colored or translucent so they are easily recognized. Federal law requires the replica guns only to have an orange mark on the tip of the barrel.

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