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Old May 5th, 2007, 09:27   #65
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I may not have much of a position on this matter but here it goes anyway.

It is the parents responsibility to ensure that their children are playing safe, and staying out of trouble. If the parent isn't doing that, than it doesn't matter if they had a stick to depict a gun, they'll still get hurt.

If a parent is too lazy to make sure that their children have the required safety equipment to play a certain activity, than again its their fault, not the item, or in this case the dealers fault. If a kid was soccer without shin pads, they would get hurt.

Even if the parents said 'wear glasses kids', I bet it would be regular safety glasses that they would use, and still would not have done anything to protect their eyes or face.

In the end, it was the parents fault, and not the dealers nor the actual device (airsoft gun) that caused this.
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