A lot of kids have shot Airsoft guns before, as you can buy them at toy stores for just $20.00, and a lot of kids own these toy guns. A seventh grade student, in Virginia Beach, is one of those kids that owns an Airsoft gun. He and his friend were suspended from school for shooting the gun…in the student’s OWN yard. The gun never left the yard, never went to the bus stop, never got on the bus nor did it ever go to the school. The boy’s suspension reason is listed as “possession, handling and use of a firearm.”
What would you think if that happened to your child here in Montana? What would that mean for our youth hunters?
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