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Six hours later, we stood in front of the toy gun display at the local toy store. Fearful that I might change my mind, Jackson decided quickly.

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Hi great topic I have also taught him never ever to touch a gun that isn't his. He is instructed to get a grownup to get the gun and look at it first, no matter how much it looks like a toy. You can never be too safe.

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My sister banned toy guns, until she noticed when at my house, her son made a bee-line for our "gun" collection. Some were squirt guns, but many were home-made.

When a 5 year old makes a gun-like object out of legos, you know that the object has some mythic symbolism for him.

While not so gun-obsessed, my daughter was a sword-wielding knight for quite a while.

Diane

I banned toy guns in my house until the youngest of my three came along, my little boy. He wants to be a police officer when he grows up.(Yeah, but a scary yeah.) He also has had several pairs of toy hand cuffs too. We always talk about what is real and what is play. I have also taught him never ever to touch a gun that isn't his. He is instructed to get a grownup to get the gun and look at it first, no matter how much it looks like a toy. You can never be too safe.

Robin P

I guess it all depends on how they play with each toy. He could be the good guy catching the bad guys.

He doesn't have to be the bad guy even though in 2007,we see terrorists and gang bangers with illegal guns and we think all guns are bad.

I think toys are toys and we have to watch what are kids are doing with them.

I see Lillianna playing with her Build a Bear pets,Webkinz and her dolls and she is kind and sweet to them. If she starts bashing them around and screaming at them,then I'll worry. I'll want to know where she saw that. Until then,playing is still fun.

Mel

We weren't going to have any guns in our house. Then my twin boys starting shooting straws, as if they were guns. They'd even shoot their thumbs. They were about 2.

I gave up. All boys play guns and/or swords. It's inevitable.

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