I see they're still plastering their displays with the DO NOT TOUCH! signs all over the place. You're at a TOY CONVENTION for Christ's sakes. It's as if someone actually handling one of their magic, pristine guns is going to suck the very essence of life right out of it. Not even real gun manufacturers do this at trade shows because the idea is to GET people to touch your stuff so they will BUY IT. Further proof that TM still has it's head in the sand.
/I own a TM gun and will buy more so don't start