Via Illinois Carry comes another town, Forest Park, that takes broad wording even farther, unintentionally banning not just toy guns but ammunition as well:
5-2-14: FIREWORKS AND EXPLOSIVES:Apparently they didn't 'mean' to do that as the mayor stated it was legal boilerplate and they don't intend to ban ammo.
No person shall sell, keep, expose for sale, loan, give away, be possessed of, or discharge anywhere in the village any toy pistol, toy gun, toy cannon, blank cartridge, fireworks, firecrackers, torpedoes, bombs, squibs, rockets, spin wheels, fire balloons, Roman candles, detonating canes, ammunition, or any substance or articles of an explosive nature designed or intended to be used as fireworks; provided, however, that the council may issue a permit for consumer fireworks displays and for pyrotechnic displays, as such terms are defined in the fireworks use act5 and the pyrotechnic distributor and operator licensing act6, as further designated hereinafter.
Still, that's the wording and all you need is a new mayor and an overzealous prosecutor/LEO and you've got another court-case that needs to go through the pipeline.
Wording is important in law. Not just 'intention'.