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Subject: Would you, could you, on a boat? rss

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Sue Hemberger

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Ok, so I wouldn't try to take Cash N Guns onto an airplane, but I have no idea what security is like on a cruise. Will we risk putting ourselves in danger (or even getting in trouble) if we whip out our foam weaponry in the game room? We have the nice grey European rather than the safety/decaf American orange version, in case that matters.
 
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Jeff Hinrickson
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If anyone thinks you're a bunch of terrorists huddled around a game of Cash & Guns they are a moron. Unless of course you switch out the foam guns for real one's, which would give this game a whole new experience.
 
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T. Nomad
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I have no factual knowledge one way or the other, but if you can't take Cash & Guns on a cruise, then the terrorists really have won.
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Sue Hemberger

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tommynomad wrote:
if you can't take Cash & Guns on a cruise, then the terrorists really have won.


Or the pirates, LOL!

My reaction is the same as both of yours. But my husband raised the issue, so I thought I should make sure I wasn't just being daft. Thing is, we have a group of 7, kids and adults, all of whom like bluffing and double cross, and the kids were having a great time playing with the foam weapons Sunday (my daughter broke them out after the dart gun in Squad Seven proved to be a delight). So it seemed like a great choice.
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Ken Newell
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Because you ask specifically about security I probably would avoid taking it. Security on a cruise (at least to get on the ship initially) is pretty much the same as getting on an airplane.

So if you wouldn't take it onto an airplane because of security, then I wouldn't bother bringing it on a cruise as well.

As for playing it on the cruise, I think you will be just fine. Personally, I don't see a problem with taking it. But your question specifically asked about security and in comparison to an airplane. Throw it in your luggage (not carry-on) and you will be fine. You may get a few quizzical looks while you are playing however. laugh
 
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