'Hello Kitty' Guns Concern Police Jim's Gun Supply of Baraboo is shipping the decorated guns across the country. Law enforcement officials and others said they are afraid a child could pick up a gun thinking it was a toy, the Local 6 report said. "Just being a teacher, any child would think that was a toy," a teacher said after seeing the weapon. Police said the weapons are not illegal in most places, Local 6 reported. "If somebody points at an officer, he could hesitate, in which case he could get shot. Or, even worse, the officer could react and take the life of a child," Arizona Fraternal Order of Police representative Bryan Soller said. The owner of Jim's gun shop, Jim Astle, said, "Pink doesn't make it any more deadly than black." Astle said most of his customers are in law enforcement. "They're buying them for their wives so they can go to the range and shoot with them," Astle said. Prices for the guns begin at $250. Watch Local 6 News for more on this story.