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    Smile Do you eat it barrel first?


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    Do you eat it barrel first?

    Quote Originally Posted by trevorthebusdriver View Post
    Absolutely not!!!

    1.All guns are always loaded.
    2.Never point the gun at anything you are not willing to destroy.
    3.Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on target (and you have made the decision to shoot).
    4.Be sure of your target and what is beyond it.
    Barrel first would definitely violate rule #2, and probaly #4 as well (can't see behind me).
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    How much does chocolate ammo for this weapon cost and does it come in a white or dark chocolate model?

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    Since this company uses Belgian chocolate to make these things, they should make some FN models...
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    Can it go through a metal detector though?

    But seriously, would this be possible to get past the TSA in a carry-on bag since it's not actually a firearm, it just looks like one? Not sure I'd want to be a test subject though

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    A man from Colorado had a "4-inch milk chocolate pistol wrapped in plastic wrap" in his luggage; a gift from his daughter. The screener said, "I don't care if it's chocolate, you're not taking a gun on the plane." Even the passenger eating the "barrel" did not satisfy the ever-vigilant security dweeb. No "gun parts" were permitted, either! Only after eating the rest of the "gun" was the man permitted past the checkpoint.
    Admittedly may have been before they became federalized and therefore automatically professionalized. ...... and I got no citation for exactly who, or when.
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    I was able to find the specific TSA definition after the fact.

    http://www.tsa.gov/assets/pdf/enforc...nce_policy.pdf

    page 7, section VI, they specify, "realistic replicas of firearms (including gun
    lighters);"

    And that article, wow

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    But what about half eaten realistic replicas?

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    Food um good. Chew food um stop you from hurting food um good.

    Lol, really, people? Has it devolved to this?
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    No.

    Feed our people. Talk to me later.
    The First protects the Second, and the Second protects the First. Together, they protect the rest of our Bill of Rights and our United States Constitution, and help We the People protect ourselves in the spirit of our Declaration of Independence.

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