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Help your child learn the difference between play guns and real guns.
Some of our family members have toy guns from the 50s and 60s who look realistic. We have discouraged playing with these types of guns. This is challenging because they are present in other homes.
But we have used those guns as an example, which do not have to play with. We insist on the difference in the presence of toy guns and real guns. Bright colors of Nerf guns and their low presence for a real weapon. It is important to point out the plastic nature of toy guns.
Let your child play with toy guns in an organized fashion. If you can not show interest to your child in guns, then teach them the rules of playing safe.