Beijing police seal up 300 emulational guns

20:52, December 16, 2009      

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Beijing police on Wednesday sealed up 316 emulational guns, most of which had been sold via the Internet.

The guns, mostly made of metal, were purchased mainly by military fans, collectors and players of Counter Strike, a shooting computer game, said Guo Yilin, an official with the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau.

"The emulational guns resemble real ones no matter in their materials or the types and power of the bullets," Guo said, adding that they could be used for illegal purposes.

Beijing police launched a campaign to confiscate emulational guns since October. The guns shall be destroyed in the end, said Guo.

Source: Xinhua
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