It was a rough week for gun rights in Colorado.
First, Colorado State University voted to ban concealed firearms on campus.
Then the University of Colorado went a few steps further and cracked down on another nefarious threat: Nerf guns...
"No guns of any kind, real or toy, from air rifles to paintball guns to Nerf guns, are allowed on campus under the laws of the regents," said a statement issued by Joe E. Roy, chief of police at the University of Colorado Police Department. "We are simply enforcing a longstanding policy, not inventing a new category of enforcement"...
Chief Roy noted that Nerf guns can look real to passers-by at a distance.
Then passers-by need to get their glasses checked. And University officials need to concern themselves with more substantial issues than Nerf guns.
I'm just saying.