Hello gents, I have a little scenario here, not a pleasant one for me for sure. I get a phone call from my wife today, that my 6 year old son in kindergarden is being sent home from school. Apparently he and another little boy got into a tussle on the playground. Yelling ensued, and my son threatened the other little boy that he was going to get a gun and shoot him.:huh: Let me back up a bit. We are, obviously, a gun family. My wife and I take my boy shooting regularly. I have allowed him access to guns while cleaning, and have told him that any time he would like to see them, I would oblige. He would ask several times a day at first, and hasnt asked for months now. The mystique is gone. Mission accomplished right? We always recite the "rules" each and every time we open the gun safe. "Whats the number one rule about guns?". He always says "keep your finger off the trigger until you point it in a safe direction and ready to shoot." We always teach gun safety. He has a couple toy guns, and even those are absolutely not allowed to be pointed at people or animals. He knows not to "Sweep" unsafe objects, and generally does a great job for a 6 year old. All of that not withstanding. He is only six. Boys will be boys on the playground. Especially when they are fighting. My wife and I have temporarily taken all toy weapons away. He will not be allowed to play games that have weapons or fighting. (lego star wars, and lego batman). Need a little help here. Not sure were doing the right thing. Any suggestions from those that have experience in this? [EDIT] his "toy guns" are a "star wars commander blaster", and a couple foam "squeeze guns". NOTHING that resembles a real one.