Pending Michigan bill would criminalize alteration of fake guns

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  1. Possessing imitation firearms altered to look like authentic guns could result in real consequences if pending legislation in Michigan is passed.

    The bill, S.B. 779, which could be voted upon in the Senate as early as Thursday, would amend Michigan the law to penalize the use of an imitation firearm in a crime if its required colored markings are removed, disguised or concealed. If passed, the bill would also ban real firearms from being doctored to look like a toy.

    Pending Michigan Bill Would Criminalize Alteration Of Fake Guns | Fox News
     

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