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U.S. troops' new target in Iraq: toy guns

Two boys approached a U.S. soldier, pulled out a pistol and handed it over. They got a smile and some candy in return.

The gun was plastic, and the boys were following a local Iraqi military order to surrender all toy weapons — an effort to prevent children from being mistaken for insurgents.

With more children on the streets now that violence is down, American soldiers have a new mission in this former "triangle of death" city south of Baghdad: clearing all toy guns from the bustling shopping area as they search for suspected insurgents and weapons caches.

The toy gun ban shows how jittery the U.S. and Iraqi forces still are in a country where the enemy doesn't wear a uniform.

The U.S. warned early this year of a "disturbing trend" of al-Qaida in Iraq recruiting and teaching young boys to kidnap and kill. The military released several videos seized from suspected al-Qaida hideouts in Diyala province north of the capital showing militants training children who appeared as young as 10.

Teenagers have also carried out actual attacks. On Dec. 1, a teenage suicide bomber followed by a parked car bomb struck police recruits in Baghdad, killing 16 people. On Jan. 20, a teenager carrying a box of candy blew himself up at a gathering of tribal members near Fallujah, killing six people.

From a distance, a soldier can't tell whether the weapon is real and has to make a fast decision that could cost someone his or her life.

Real or toy?
Soldiers in the Mahmoudiya area recently became alarmed when they saw a boy pointing a gun that looked very realistic. They went on alert and held the child until it was determined that the gun was a toy.

"This is one of the biggest issues that we're encountering right now," said Lt. Cameron Mays, 24, of Marion, Ky. "Right now it's a gray area. You're talking about a prime situation where a U.S. soldier has a split-second to make a decision about whether there's a danger."

The order to ban toy guns in Mahmoudiya and surrounding areas was handed down by Staff Maj. Gen. Ali Jassim al-Freiji, the commander of the Iraqi army's 17th Division, which oversees the region.

1st Lt. Tray Marsh, who took the plastic pistol, congratulated the boys for doing the right thing as he and other U.S. soldiers began a joint foot patrol with their Iraqi counterparts through the city's main market area on Wednesday. The gun was black and had a red cap.

Members of Delta Company, 1st Combined Arms Battalion, 63rd Armor Regiment, based in Fort Riley, Kan., have collected some 15 plastic weapons in the past two weeks, piling them up on filing cabinets and hanging some on the walls in their office at the U.S. base at Mahmoudiya.

Marsh, 34, of Shreveport, La., later showed another gun from the plastic weapons cache that could easily be mistaken for a real nickel-plated .45-caliber pistol from a distance.

There's no punishment for having a toy gun. The soldiers will just take them away if they find them and perhaps talk to the parents to make sure it doesn't happen again.

Going after toys is somewhat of a welcome change for the soldiers — many of whom are on at least their second tour in Iraq and participated in the fierce fighting that raged as recently as this spring. Mahmoudiya, 20 miles south of the capital, is part of a region that was long known as the "triangle of death" because of ongoing battles between Sunni and Shiite extremists.

Soft spot for kids
British soldiers in the southern Iraqi province of Basra have also become concerned about children playing with toy guns, although no ban has been imposed.

The British military issued a public safety announcement on Friday asking parents not to allow their children to play with toy guns on the streets "in case security forces mistake them for real weapons and open fire."

Maj. Bill Young, a British military spokesman, said the issue was coming up for the first time since the war started nearly six years ago — perhaps because of a possible influx of toy guns or because better security is encouraging people to spend more time outdoors.

"Maybe last year children wouldn't have been out on the ground and their parents wouldn't have let them play with the toy guns," he said. "But there is still a risk with a significant number of British and Iraqi troops on the ground with weapons."

Military officials said it was up to Iraqi authorities to impose such bans as part of local security measures. Iraq has no law forbidding ownership of real guns, and every household is permitted to have one firearm for self defense.

But nobody likes to see a child cry — and even battle-weary soldiers have a soft spot.

Mays stopped short during Wednesday's market tour after getting a call on his radio about the latest discovery, then doubled back to the soldiers hovering around the toddler cradling the toy gun.

Iraqi company commander 1st Lt. Mouwaffak Mohammed al-Janabi talked his American counterpart into letting the boy keep the toy, saying his father had been killed by an insurgent.

"OK, but that's the last time. We've got to support Gen. Ali's orders," Mays said.

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With real Army heroes regularly in the news, the number and assortment of army toy guns available on the market today is no surprise. If your kids like to play army video games, consider equipping them to play army out in the backyard. It will get them away from the computer or game console to expend some of that energy and exercise without even realizing it.

Ideas for How to Play Army

Unfortunately, children who play video games don't always know how to "play" army outdoors. If that's the case with your children, you can tell them how you played as a kid, or equip them with toy army or Nerf guns and have them try out some of these game scenarios to get them started:

  • If you want to keep army playing less graphic, buy DVD sets of older TV shows such as Combat for the kids to watch. Older shows are less violent and bloody and so are more appropriate for stimulating younger viewers' army role playing.
  • Have the kids take turns attacking and defending.
  • If you have enough children involved for two teams, the standard Capture the Flag game works great.
  • Another team game is called Number Your Days and requires choosing a captain for each team. That captain is assigned a specific number of lives depending on how long you want the game to last. The first team to eliminate the captain of the enemy team wins.
  • Play futuristic army with laser guns.
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Playing Army with a Few Soldiers

If the group of children playing army is small, have them create a re-spawn area where dead soldiers can come back and join the platoon. You may be surprised to find your children already know this term as it is often used in video games.

To make this work, re-spawning should take a pre-determined amount of time. Have kids count to 60 before they can rejoin the fight. You may also want to make it against the rules to kill soldiers as they step from the re-spawn area. This can make kids feel like quitting the game because they spend their time in re-spawn instead of in battle.

Toy Gun Regulations

While kids like their toy guns to look like the real thing, it's important to note that the bright orange plug at the end of the barrel of toy guns is there by law. This means the orange tip cannot be painted black or green or any other color to make it look more like the real deal. This is a safety regulation enacted after two teens were shot in separate incidents when their toy guns were mistaken for real guns.

Army Toy Guns

If your kids are ready to play army, they probably have an idea of the type of gun they want. Army toy guns are designed to look fairly realistic except for the bright orange tip and even play soldiers will have preferences. This partial list shows the vast assortment of toy army guns available today:

Toy Army Sets and Other Equipment

Some manufacturers put together army sets that include guns and other equipment. If you're interested in buying everything you need at one time, this is a convenient option:

Keep Plenty of Batteries on Hand

While kids tend to love guns with sound effects and flashing lights, if you buy toy guns that require batteries, be sure to stock up. If you don't, kids will lose interest in their new toy gun, because dead batteries make modern toy army guns no better than the sticks kids used as a gun in the 1960s. Keep toy guns charged and your kids active.

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MAHMUDIYAH, Iraq — Two boys approached a U.S. soldier, pulled out a pistol and handed it over. They got a smile and some candy in return.

The gun was plastic, and the boys were following a local Iraqi military order to surrender all toy weapons — an effort to prevent children from being mistaken for insurgents.

With more children on the streets now that violence is down, American soldiers have a new mission in this former “triangle of death” city south of Baghdad: clearing all toy guns from the shopping area as they search for suspected insurgents and weapons caches.

The toy-gun ban shows how jittery the U.S. and Iraqi forces still are in a country where the enemy doesn’t wear a uniform.

The U.S. warned this year of a “disturbing trend” of al-Qaeda in Iraq recruiting and teaching young boys to kidnap and kill. The military released several videos seized from suspected al-Qaeda hide-outs in Diyala province north of the capital showing militants training children who appeared as young as 10.

From a distance, a soldier can’t tell whether the weapon is real and has to make a fast decision that could cost someone his or her life.

“This is one of the biggest issues that we’re encountering right now,” said Lt. Cameron Mays, 24, of Marion, Ky. “Right now it’s a gray area. You’re talking about a prime situation where a U.S. soldier has a split-second to make a decision about whether there’s a danger.”

The order to ban toy guns in Mahmudiyah and surrounding areas was handed down by Staff Maj. Gen. Ali Jassim al-Freiji, the commander of the Iraqi army’s 17th Division, which oversees the region.

Members of Delta Company, 1st Combined Arms Battalion, 63rd Armor Regiment, based at Fort Riley, Kan., have collected about 15 plastic weapons in the past two weeks, piling them on filing cabinets and hanging some on the walls in their office at the U.S. base at Mahmudiyah.

Nobody likes to see a child cry, and even battle-weary troops have a soft spot.

Mays stopped short during Wednesday’s market tour after getting a call on his radio about the latest discovery, then doubled back to the soldiers hovering around the toddler cradling the toy gun.

Iraqi company commander 1st Lt. Mouwaffak Mohammed al-Janabi talked his American counterpart into letting the boy keep the toy, saying his father had been killed by an insurgent.

“OK, but that’s the last time. We’ve got to support Gen. Ali’s orders,” Mays said.

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Toy Soldiers

Toy Soldiers(1991)

Toy Soldiers is a 1991 American action thriller film that focuses on a group of mostly problematic, non-disciplined students who have their prep school taken over by a group of Colombian terrorists. The terrorist leader, Luis Cali (Andrew Divoff) plants explosives throughout the school grounds and threatens to blow it up along with everyone in it if his demands aren't met or the school is assaulted. As the US Army is called in to figure out a way to effectively deal with the situation, the students take it upon themselves to make efforts to re-take the school. In addition to Divoff, the film's cast includes Sean Astin, Louis Gossett Jr., Michael Champion, and Wil Wheaton. The film received assistance from the US Department of Defense, who provided UH-60 Black Hawk and AH-64 Apache helicopters (both new in Army inventory at the time) for the production.


The following weapons were used in the film Toy Soldiers:

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Glock 19

Luis Cali (Andrew Divoff) carries a Glock 19 as his weapon of choice. Along with The Hard Way and New Jack City, this is one of very first appearances of the Glock 19 in a feature film.

2nd Generation Glock 19 - 9x19mm
Luis Cali uses his Glock 19 as a gavel in the opening sequence. Toy Soldiersis one of the earliest films to feature this weapon. Note the cuts in the backstrap and grip, which clearly indicate this as a second generation Glock 19.
Luis uses Billy Tepper (Sean Astin) as a human shield, a Glock 19 in his hand.
A good shot of the Glock 19 as Luis prepares to yank the bomb wires.

Colt Python

Regis School campus guards, King's County Sheriff's deputies, as well as US Border Patrol officers all carry Colt Python revolvers.

Colt Python - .357 Magnum
Frank Ingraham (Richard Travis) with his Colt Python holstered.
A Border Patrol officer (Jeff Ramsey) with his Colt Python.
The King's County Sheriff (Stan Kelly) talks to Dean Edward Parker (Louis Gossett Jr.) with his Colt Python holstered.
A sheriff's deputy watches the terrorists guard post with his Colt Python.

Beretta 92SB

Jack Thorpe (Michael Champion), the American terrorist and Luis' second in command, carries a Beretta 92SB as his sidearm, noted by its rounded trigger guard. When Thorpe shows his Beretta to the campus guard when the terrorists first arrive at the school, it has a suppressor mounted. A Special Forces soldier also uses a Beretta 92SB at the end of the film.

Beretta 92SB - 9x19mm
"We don't want to hurt anybody"- Jack Thorpe shows his Beretta 92SB (with suppressor mounted) to the campus guard.
Thorpe points his Beretta 92SB at Billy Tepper (Sean Astin) when he runs in.
A Special Forces soldier fires his Beretta 92SB.

Browning Hi-Power

The wounded leader of the FBI Hostage Rescue Team (Max Manwell) gives Dean Edward Parker (Louis Gossett Jr.) his Browning Hi-Power.

Browning Hi-Power Mk. III - 9x19mm
The HRT team leader (Max Manwell) hands Dean Edward Parker his Browning Hi-Power.
Parker smashes through the window with the Browning Hi-Power in his hand.

Heckler & Koch SP89 (Mocked up as MP5K)

Jack Thorpe (Michael Champion) and several other terrorists overrunning the school are armed with Heckler & Koch SP89s mocked up as the Heckler & Koch MP5K. These weapons are also used by FBI HRT operators and US Army Special Forces soldiers as well. Billy Tepper (Sean Astin) is also briefly seen wielding one.

Heckler & Koch SP89 mocked up as a Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
Jorge (Jerry Valdez) shows the students a picture of Phil Donoghue (a student who they were looking for) with an SP89 (mocked up as an MP5K) in his hand.
The belltower guard puts down his SP89 to eat the food Billy gives him. An M72 LAWlies on the left.
Dean Edward Parker (Louis Gossett Jr.) speaks to the HRT team leader (Max Manwell) who has an SP89 slung.
Jack Thorpe (Michael Champion) on the roof of the school armed with a Heckler & Koch SP89 mocked up as an MP5K. Note the metal lower receiver and lack of the paddle magazine release.
SP89 submachine guns are also used by FBI HRT operators.
Billy Tepper (Sean Astin) holds his captured SP89.

Uzi Carbine

One of the terrorists is seen multiple times holding an Uzi Carbine, the civilian model of the Uzi, fitted with a 16-inch barrel with a barrel shroud. It seems the armorers converted it to full-auto fire for the film. It is most notably used when Joey Trotta (Wil Wheaton) knocks out a terrorist and subsequently uses the weapon in an attempt to kill another terrorist, failing as the muzzle rise - very inaccurately depicted - raises his fire to the sky.

Uzi semi-automatic Carbine with 16" barrel (IMI Model A) fitted with barrel shroud - 9x19mm
A terrorist sends the students back to their rooms, the Uzi Carbine in his hand.
Joey Trotta (Wil Wheaton) fires his captured Uzi Carbine.
The Uzi Carbine lies on a bed in the foreground along with some extra magazines for both the Uzi and the Heckler & Koch SP89.

Remington 870

A King's County Sheriff's deputy is seen pulling what appears to be a Remington Model 870 from his police car when the police officers first arrive at the school.

Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 Gauge
A deputy takes a Remington 870 from his car.

Norinco Type 56-1

Several terrorists carry the Norinco Type 56-1, noted by the hooded front sight and underfolding stock. It is fitted with an AKM-style muzzle brake, making it similar to the gun used in Heat, meaning it was a semi-automatic Chinese import, fitted with the slanted muzzle by the gun's importer and converted to full-auto for the film.

Norinco Type 56-1 - 7.62x39mm
A terrorist wields his Norinco Type 56-1 as Luis approaches. The slanted AKM-style muzzle is clearly seen.
A terrorist with a Norinco Type 56-1 slung on his back, giving a good view of the hooded front sight and the slanted muzzle.

Poly Tech Legend AKS-47

Some of other terrorists carry what appears to be the Poly Tech Legend AKS-47, a model most closely resembling a genuine AKS-47.

Poly Tech Legend AKS-47 - 7.62x39mm
A terrorist sets up explosives with his Poly Tech Legend AKS-47 slung.
Two AK men search the rooms, the man on the right wields a Poly Tech Legend AKS-47.
The guard on the roof with his Poly Tech Legend AKS-47.

Colt XM177-type Carbine Variants

Most of US Army Special Forces soldiers are armed with mocked Colt XM177-type Carbines. These weapons feature 16-inch lightweight barrels with slip-over fake XM177 moderators. Some appear to be built-up from a combination of A1 and SP1 receivers, while others feature full SP1 upper and lower receivers.

Actual XM177E2 Carbine aka Colt Model 629 - 5.56x45mm
AR-15 Sporter 1 Carbine converted into an XM177 Lookalike - 5.56x45mm
Two US Army soldiers in ghillie suits detain Billy Tepper (Sean Astin). The one on the right wields a mockup Colt XM177/Commando Carbine, built off an A1 upper receiver (noted by the forward assist) and a 'slabside' SP1 lower (noted by the lack of 'fencing' around the magazine release).
Two Special Forces soldiers fire their Commando Carbines.
Another Special Forces soldier fires his Colt Commando. This weapon mocked up from an SP1 upper and lower as evident by the lack of forward assist, shell deflector and magazine fencing.

Iver Johnson AMAC-1500

The FBI team has two snipers armed with what appear to be Iver Johnson AMAC-1500 sniper rifles. They have heavy muzzle brakes and fluted barrels. One appears to be an older spec than the other based on the different muzzle brakes.

Iver Johnson AMAC-1500 - .50 BMG (12.7x99mm NATO)
Two snipers aim their Iver Johnson AMAC-1500 rifles.

Ruger Mini-14 GB

Jack Thorpe (Michael Champion) uses a Ruger Mini-14 GB with a synthetic stock and a scope to kill the US Border Patrol officers.

Stainless steel Ruger Mini-14 GB ('Government Barrel') with black synthetic furniture and aftermarket Choate folding stock - 5.56x45mm
Jack Thorpe (Michael Champion) sneaks around from the back of the truck with his Mini-14 GB. Note the bayonet lug and the flash-hider.
Thorpe fires his Mini-14 GB.

M16A1

In the opening sequence, Colombian soldiers can be seen with M16A1s.

M16A1 - 5.56x45mm
A Colombian soldier holds his M16A1. This appears to be an MGC replica.
A Colombian soldier aims his M16A1 as Luis' helicopter takes off.

SKS

The film opens with a Colombian soldier in a personnel truck armed with an SKS rifle.

SKS with no bayonet - 7.62x39mm
A Colombian soldier in the personnel truck with his SKS rifle (no bayonet attached). Note that Colombian soldiers are not allowed to wear mustaches or any facial hair.

Heckler & Koch G3

Another Colombian soldier in the opening sequence is briefly seen with a Heckler & Koch G3. It could however be a Heckler & Koch HK91, but it is never seen close enough.

Heckler & Koch G3A3 - 7.62x51mm NATO
A Colombian soldier takes cover behind a personnel carrier with his Heckler & Koch rifle.

Steyr AUG

A Colombian soldier in the opening sequence is briefly seen with a Steyr AUG.

Steyr AUG - 5.56x45mm
A blurry shot of a Colombian soldier with his Steyr AUG.

Beretta AR-70/223

A Colombian soldier in the opening sequence is briefly seen with a Beretta AR-70/223.

Beretta AR-70/.223. - 5.56x45mm NATO
A Colombian soldier with his AR-70/223. Note that the Colombian Ministry of Defense has never purchased/issued the aforementioned SKS rifles, Steyr AUG rifles or the Beretta AR-70/223 shown here.

Browning M2HB

The belltower guards set up a Browning M2HB to watch the front gate. They notably use it to disable an approaching sheriff's police car. M2HBs are also seen set up at other positions throughout the school.

Browning M2HB - .50 BMG (12.7x99mm NATO)
The belltower guards set up a Browning M2HB.
The belltower guards load the .50 cal. A goof is present in that the rounds are clearly dummies, as the primers are fired.
The belltower guard fires the M2HB at sheriff's police car.
The M2HB is seen on the roof.

M60D

The UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, notably those transporting and dropping the soldiers into the school, are armed with two door-mounted M60Ds.

M60D machine gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
Two M60D machine guns are mounted on the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter.
The door gunner fires the M60D at terrorists on the ground.

Browning M1919A4

A Browning M1919A4 is seen mounted on a Colombian Army jeep during the opening sequence in Colombia.

Browning M37 vehicle mounted machine gun (modernized model of the M1919A4) - .30-06 Springfield
A Browning .30 cal mounted on a Colombian Army jeep.

RPD

A Colombian soldier is briefly seen using an RPD.

RPD light machine gun - 7.62x39mm
On the left, a Colombian soldier aims his RPD. Note that the Colombian Ministry of Defense has never purchased/issued RPD light machine guns.

M72 LAW

The belltower guard uses an M72 LAW anti-tank rocket launcher to blow up sheriff's police car. Several additional LAWs are seen in the film. Jack Thorpe (Michael Champion) notably attempts to use one on the incoming UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters. Throughout the film, several rockets are seen next to the launchers, suggesting that the LAW can be reloaded, but in reality, it is a single-use weapon.

M72A2 LAW - 66mm
The belltower guard takes out the police car with the LAW. Note how it is filled with ignition powder for the fake "firing" effect.
The LAW next to the Heckler & Koch SP89. Note the rocket underneath the SP89.
Jack Thorpe (Michael Champion) readies a LAW. The rocket seen in the tube appears to be a mockup.

M67 Hand Grenade

Still partially alive after being shot by the snipers, one of the roof guards' last act is to drop an M67 hand grenade down on the FBI team.

M67 High-Explosive Fragmentation Hand Grenade.
The roof guard drops the M67 hand grenade.

M230 Chain Gun

M230 Chain Guns are mounted on the AH-64 Apache gunships that provide cover for the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters during the assault on the school. It appears that when the Apache is actually seen firing its M230 (notably at Thorpe), a prop mockup that emits acetylene flame is used.

Hughes/Alliant Techsystems M230 Chain Gun - 30x113mmB
The AH-64 Apache helicopter appears in front of Jack Thorpe (Michael Champion), armed with an M230 Chain Gun.
Close-up of the firing device mounted right below the actual M230.
The prop M230 is fired. Note the lack of ejected shells.
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