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  1. #21
    Originally posted by Obi-Dan Kenobi
    And how come it's okay to have tiny little guns or Lego pieces that are small and long? Or does the safety warning printed on toys cover that so toy companies are off the hook? Still seems like it could be dangerous.
    Lego sets with pieces that are a choking hazard have a very clear age requirement and choking warning printed on the packaging, so between the older age issue and the printed warnings, it's fully compliant with federal regulations. Lego toys for younger children are larger in order to pose no risk.
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    Yes, i remember the DUPLOS, it was a lego version for smaller kids, this toys pieces were very huge at least 3 times the size of a big 8 lego block or brick. I dont know if they still make Duplos though.
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  3. #23
    Originally posted by Eternal Padawan
    Registered: Aug 2001
    Location: Los Angeles, CA, USA
    Posts: 727

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    EP, did I miss something?
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