Originally Posted by Volko
Both Walmart and Canadian Tire have policies to check age verification before selling Airsoft Guns (at least this is how it worked, when I bought a Swiss knife there last). Kids will always be idiots, if it wasn't airsoft guns it would've been something else.
60% of the blame falls on the employee who sold them the airsoft guns without checking for id. But then again, who says being 18+ gives a person common sense.
The crazy thing is you need to be 16 to buy a bb gun but 18 to buy an airsoft gun.. Automatic fire with .2g plastic bb's is worse than semi-single shot shooting lead pellets?