Doesn't the law say that toy guns have to have an orange tip so that police can tell them apart?
Well, it works when trying to tell the difference between Presidents who work and Presidents who don't. So there IS a precedent for this kind of logic.
Yes, it is illegal to produce or sell a fake gun that does not have an orange tip. The law however does not specify that the end consumer cannot alter the gun (i.e. pull off the orange tip).
If the gun looks real and IF you ever point it at a police officer, I think you would be paid for if the officer shot you. How long should he take to see if the tip is orange. It's called self preservation. If it looks real, you don't point it at anyone ever.
yes, for plastic toy guns, unfortunately not for BB guns ..........................
It's a stupid law. What's to stop someone from painting an orange tip on a real gun?
yes. and for prop guns in a theatre unless you have a special gun handler and a permit
yes, for plastic toy guns, unfortunately not for BB guns ..........................................