HC Deb 09 March 1925 vol 181 c937
69. Colonel DAY

asked the Home Secretary if his attention has been drawn to the danger that the public are exposed to by the use of toy pistols, which are sold at a cost of a few shillings and which have proved the subject of a recent inquest; and, in view of these disclosures, will he consider introducing legislation to regulate the sale and use of these dangerous toys?


I have no reason to think that the danger to the community arising from toy pistols is sufficiently great to justify the extension to them of the provisions of the Firearms Act, and I do not think I could initiate legislation for this purpose.

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