With tension around the U.S. at all-time highs, children keep getting in trouble for guns - but are they getting in too much trouble for doing little harm?
Whether they’re plastic, formed by fingers or even half-eaten Pop Tart guns, parents and schools seem to have “zero tolerance” for kids and guns.
The question is whether this backfires and sends the wrong message.
Elementary educators trying to discourage children's pretend beefs with pretend guns is nothing new, but these days, rules have become stricter than ever.
Some say too strict, despite a recent spate of high-profile violence.