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Old March 17th, 2009, 20:14   #39
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They're toys, so there's no rule against displaying them. The point has been made however that you should treat them like real firearms, stored safely out of view.

Why display something that will only increase the likelihood of leading to a break and enter and theft of those items?
Originally Posted by Deaf_shooter View Post
what if it model after his?
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