Boy Scouts Put an End to Dangerous Water Gun Fights

No squirt guns for the Boy Scouts of America.
Water guns are apparently such a problem that the youth organization posted a blog post titled "Water guns OK for target shooting, not for firing at other Scouts."
In the post, an Eagle Scout explains that the rule is in place because aiming a firearm — even an aquatic one — at another person is unkind, making it a breach of one of the twelve qualities scouts have to memorize as part of the Scout Law. The Boy Scout Blogger writes, Wendell writes. "A Scout is kind. What part of pointing a firearm [simulated or otherwise] at someone is kind?'"