Could i use this as a prop?

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biggamer281
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Could i use this as a prop?

Postby biggamer281 » Tue Jun 16, 2015 10:55 am

Ok i was just wondering i checked on the cosplay rules but still not sure i have a .357 model airsoft gun its made of high density plastic only the trigger and the hammer is metal if i dont put co2 and leave the mag at home could i still use it as a prop ?

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Re: Could i use this as a prop?

Postby simply_mad » Wed Jun 17, 2015 8:53 am

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=15336&p=280435&hilit=weapon#p280358

I'ma go with no. You might be able to have it peace bonded, but a gun looks like a gun on BW security monitors whether or not it's an airsoft gun or real.

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Re: Could i use this as a prop?

Postby HSuzumiya » Sun Sep 20, 2015 11:07 am

Nope. You cannot use those in general. I recommend just using a fake, plastic gun from the Dollarstore / Walmart. It'd help if you read the FAQ's just to make sure the coast is clear for any props / and or weapons. It's a safety issue so they'd rather not have you bring airsoft guns.

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