yourpurplesocks wrote:Yes, it does answer my question. Thank you very much
Your Very Welcome.
KiraSrm wrote:2b.Forbidden Weapon Materials (With Exceptions)
- Metal - On a case-by-case basis. For example a metal handle may be generally accepted but a metal sword will not be.
For my brs(male) cosplay i was planning on wrapping 5' worth of metal chain (https://www.macbuildingproducts.com/images/08CHAINBLACK.gif) to each of my hands would that be allowed or no? and i must get plastic ones?
also if i have removed the orange part for the gun but i have stuff the end with a marble would that make it invalid? and that im not allowed to use it?
Aha just double checking before i go any further LOL
I apologize for the late reply as I've been very busy! sorry!Kanra wrote:What should I do if I lost the orange tip to my toy gun? =/ Is it possible to just get it checked and peace bonded? It can't fire anything, that's for sure.
DJ# wrote: Thanks for posting these guidelines! I read through the 10 pages and I think everything makes sense. There have been incidents at other conventions that happened precisely because of metal blades, strung bows, shattered glass props, and others.Make sure that the sword vendors make it clear to customers that they cannot unsheathe their purchases at the convention!
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 0 guests