Realistic Guns State Legal Notice
We carry a variety of replica guns that are used for the Motion Picture, Televison, Live Theatre and Media Industries.
These props are not to be used as toys, for play, or for use in public.
Your state may have limitations and restrictions regarding their posession and use: Read below for some basic information regarding thier use.
PURCHASER REPRESENTS AND AGREES THAT THEY ARE USING AND PURCHASING THE PROP LEGALLY AND USING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THEIR STATE AND COUNTRY.
We may not ship certain toy guns to addresses in New York, Arkansas and California. These states laws ban toy guns of realistic colors, (such as black, silver, blue or aluminum)
NEW YORK STATE
The use of our realistic toy guns used as a prop in New York state: First step in using gun props in film/television production is to acquire all necessary production permits for the jurisdiction you wish to film in. The Director of the Motion Picture / TV Bureau of the county can help with acquiring and processing all necessary paperwork. However if the props are to be used outside New York State we can ship any of our toy guns directly to any other state address.
You can legally buy any of our toy guns in California only if you are using for them for the following purposes: (must be shipped to actual location the toy guns are used if they are any of the following:
(1) Solely for lawful use in theatrical productions, including motion picture, television, and stage productions.
(2) For use in a certified or regulated athletic event or competition.
(3) For use in military or civil defense activities.
(4) For public displays authorized by public or private schools.
See Full New York and California Toy Gun Laws BELOW.
The Arkansas statute, Act 1495, defines ILLEGAL "imitation firearm" as
a toy that is identical in appearance to an original firearm that was manufactured,designed, and produced after 1898, including only:
(1) Air-soft guns firing nonmetallic projectiles;
(a) For which the entire exterior surface is predominately colored black, brown, blue, silver, or metallic of the device.
(2) Replica nonguns; and
(3) Water guns
NEW JERSEY AIRSOFT LAW
Under New Jersey's gun control laws, children and adults alike
could face steep penalties for illegally owning BB guns, which
according to the Graves Act, makes little distinction between the
childhood classic rite of passage and illegal big boy weapons like
machine guns and sawed-off shotguns.
The District of Columbia generally prohibits the possession or carrying outside any building of an air rifle, air gun, air pistol, B-B gun
or any similar type gun.
A person may use an air rifle, air gun, air pistol or B-B gun for:
A theatrical performance or athletic contest;
Use at a licensed shooting gallery; or
Use at other locations where the use of such guns is authorized by the Chief of Police.