Missouri State University Considers Nerf Gun Ban After 911 Call

Insane. Why not instead you try and get more people carrying so you won’t be an easy target?
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Missouri State University is considering an all-out ban on the use of Nerf guns on campus after a professor called 911.

According to CBS St. Louis, students have been spending their weekends playing a game called “Humans vs. Zombies,” in which “players try to tag other people, who then become zombies.” The game is played with Nerf guns and “balled-up socks.”

During a game in October “a professor called 911 and put a classroom on lockdown after thinking he saw a real gun.”



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