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Old April 22nd, 2010, 22:25   #17
*backyard warrior*
Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: Nanaimo, BC
ANY airgun I've seen sold at wal-mart or can. tire requires the purchaser to be 18+ anyway. As long as these companies employees are doing their jobs, these kids shouldn't have had access to these, unless they were property of the "adult" in the vehicle, in which case he should be charged to the furthest extent of the law. ESPECIALLY for giving them to minors. IN FACT, I believe someone should be defending our side of the arguement. Pellet guns have almost NO use except target practice, and they are still widely available. We are trying to evolve this sport, and because of some dumb-ass kids, might get our guns banned? Who's to say they won't just switch to higher power, metal projectile firearms? You can get hollowpoint pellets, I don't see anything that destructive coming out of an airsoft gun.
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