All jokes aside, replica gun or not - gun safety isn't a joke. Grow up.'
Can somebody explain the problem we are to be alerted to?
As a kid, one of my friend's older brother had a bunch of replica handguns. If I remember correctly, they were real guns that had been rendered inoperable by being more or less filled with metal. They no longer had moving parts. They no longer had moving parts or cavities in which to load or fire bullets.
Since real firearms have existed, there have also been toy guns. Old time toy guns were made of wood, modern ones usually plastic.
I think one of Musk's replica guns is actually a component of a video game.
So in what way are any the kinds of "guns" relevant to gun safety? A video game component or a plastic toy gun shouldn't be near a bedstead, why exactly?