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Ten Dangerous Toys For 2010

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Do you remember the movie ” A Christmas Story”? You know the  movie where young Ralph Parker wants a Red Ryder BB gun and everyone keeps telling him he will shoot his eye out? Well believe it or not they still make toys that kids can hurt themselves with and we’ve got a list of some you might want to keep from under your tree this year.

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled 44 toys in fiscal year 2010, ended Sept. 30, and several more in October and November.

To make sure you are not going to make the season less than bright give a click and find out more about this years most dangerous toys.

(via Ten Dangerous Toys For 2010 – Forbes.com.)

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