Utah’s Culper Precision is under pressure from Lego toy company to stop making a custom Glock 19 pistol that looks like a toy gun made of Legos.
Culper Precision said it came up with the gun it calls the “Block 19” as a way to “highlight the pure enjoyment of the shooting sports.”
It also noted that only people who could legally buy guns could buy it.
But Lego brought up the fact that “unintentional shootings involving children were up 30% in the last year.”
Guns that look like toys are low-hanging fruit for the gun control crowd, but we all know that it will not stop there, or stop at all until every gun is confiscated and those in charge are the only ones who have them.
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