As if police aren’t already shooting and killing innocent kids for carrying around toy guns in this country.

Texas gun company Precision Syndicate LLC has now created a real glock that looks exactly like the light zapper from the Nintendo game “Duck Hunt”.

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“Finally… We were waiting for someone to let us do this. We weren’t the first to do it but WOW, this glock turned out good!”

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They weren’t the first. Another company did beat them to it.

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Go ahead and put this one on the list with the two-shot cell phone-shaped .380 and the gun-shaped cell phone case holder.

While people should theoretically be allowed to carry one, the reality is it just gives police a plausible reason to shoot someone for holding a harmless cell phone because now they can say it could be a gun.

As cool as everyone thinks these theme guns look, the reality is we simply do not live in a country where police use discernment. We live in a country where police shoot and kill over a thousand people every year, including not even hesitating one second to gun down a 12-year-old for carrying BB gun. Schools have been locked down and SWAT teams called out over completely harmless hot green-colored NERF guns. Hell, Tennessee has now made squirt guns near school grounds illegal, probably for similar reasons of lack of police discernment and the fact that anything even remotely resembling a gun can get you killed these days.

Just knowing these guns exist, cops will now have yet another justifiable reason to shoot and kill a kid walking around with a harmless “Duck Hunt” Nintendo gun, claiming “it could have been real”.

Piper writes for The Daily Sheeple. There’s a lot of B.S. out there. Someone has to write about it.