zeigs spud wrote:
oh joan he just so owned you rofl!!! omg that was great. fwew...
Please don't call me Joan - please use Joanna, or Jo. Joan is an entirely different name.
If you have to shorten Joanna - which isn't that long anyway - then use Jo, which saves you another 2 key strokes over the incorrect Joan.
Back on topic: I did say - tend
not to have.
There will always be some defective toys or other such stuff. That is not part of intended operation.
A spudgun's intended operation is by it's pure nature, dangerous - which means that it isn't a toy. Try selling a spudcannon as a toy, and you'd be out of business in a week from the overwhelming number of people out to sue you because "Little Timmy blew little Johnny's leg off".
Toys have to be safe - or, like the "Hello Kitty" situation, they have to be recalled.
Spudguns are a major risk in the hands of an idiot - the huge number of "Guy gets shot with potato gun" videos on the net should prove that.
Therefore, spudguns are not toys.