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China Bans Emulation Guns

by | 23rd, July 2008

AFTER this, Anorak learns that Chinese police are to wage one-month war on “emulational guns”.

Chinese police have launched a one-month crackdown on the production, sale and trafficking of emulational guns to ensure security in the run up to the August Olympics.

Local police must destroy the marketing, storage and transport network of imitation guns and track down and bust the original sources of the illegal production, the Ministry of Public Security said in its latest notice.

This is no ban on soppy fake guns, the Chinese championing real weapons.

It’s more likely a money-saving venture: if no-one has imitation guns, then the Chinese military can buy them all up and retain control on the cheap… Bang! Bang! You’re dead.

Can you get imitation tanks?

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