Old Nov 27, 18, 12:22 pm
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Originally Posted by Section 107 View Post
"Weapons include firearms, as well as realistic replicas of firearms that may reasonably be thought to be actual weapons."

The reasonableness of TSA thinking something is a replica would be decided per instance and only at a trial/hearing but it will require a higher standard than Stewart's "I know it when I see it"
There's nothing reasonable about confiscating a two-inch sock monkey's gun that has clearly been examined and shown to be a harmless toy, not a sneaky homemade weapon.

There's nothing reasonable about confiscating a brightly-colored plastic 'grabber' toy because someone allegedly might confuse it with a functional weapon.
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