The similarity between imitation firearms taggers and genuine firearms may be close enough to provoke interaction with local law enforcement personnel so such laser tag taggers would be charged as if this tagger were a real firearm.
From 2006 to 2016, at least 12 persons carrying or brandishing imitation firearms were fatally shot by law enforcement personnel. These imitation firearms were airsoft weapons.
So, we recommend not carrying such taggers openly in public.
There are restrictions regarding pointing an airsoft gun to an unsuspecting person.
Do not carry or store realistic taggers in schools.
To buy a tagger that is realistic, a firearm buyer should be well-acquainted with the laws concerning these guns in their respective states, cities and municipalities. Always check with your city police department for more information.