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By | November 8, 2016
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Since I had two different people ask me recently why anybody would buy a gun that didn’t fire and couldn’t be made to fire, I figured it was a fair question that deserved an answer. Here are four reasons why ou simply can’t buy a “real” gun, or can’t buy the one you want in many instances, because there are restrictions on purchasing them in many countries, and even some states or municipalities in the United States. Non-firing replica gun. Watch video in link below

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are legal to buy and own without any restriction in most of the United States and in many countries of the world, and don’t require any sort of license or permit. If you want a firearm to protect life and property or to use for hunting and target shooting, obviously the non-firing type doesn’t make sense. But what if you just wanted a classic .357 Magnum with an 8-inch barrel to display as part of a collection, or maybe the sleek Walther PPK, like James Bond uses in the movies? Except for relatively few places where replicas of “modern” firearms are banned due to their realistic appearance, you would be able to buy a totally realistic, non-firing replica of either of those classic handguns.