I've been pondering this for a while now. I see kids having airsoft wars all the time. As I'm sure you all know, an airsoft gun is a plastic pistol/rifle that shoots a small plastic bb at about 100-270 fps. The bbs are pretty light so they won't break the skin or anything but they still sting. Oh, the guns are spring powered most of the time. When I see kids playing with these guns, I just can't help but think how this is going to confuse them if they ever own 'real' guns. When I pick one of these up, I automatically assume it's a firearm and treat it that way. I guess what I'm saying is I don't want MY kids' instinct to be to pick up a gun and point it at somebody. I want them to pick it up, pointing it in a safe direction with fingers off the trigger and open the action. My kids are very safe, when I go to the range, more times than not they are some of the safest people there! So, what's your opinion?