Court held that realistic looking toy gun presented a substantial risk of harm and had no redeeming value or utility and as such, could be considered unreasonably dangerous.


Mathieu v. Imperial Toy Corp. (1994, La App 4th Cir) 632 So 2d 375, cert gr (La) 638 So 2d 1075 and revd on other grounds (La) 646 So 2d 318.[42]

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