No, I do not suppose you will have to buy your 15 year historical a pellet gun. I see nothing incorrect with any person of that age (or younger) having a gun if they're mature and might responsibly handle one. My opinion is as a result of what you mentioned about YOUR son-you already instructed him that he wanted to enhance his grades first, which he has now not carried out. Then he had a mood tantrum when you told him no. That is not liable, mature conduct and certainly would no longer get any child of mine what they are asking for. If his angle is already so dangerous, a abilities weapon is just not a excellent concept for him. Nevermind that since you it sounds as if live within the city limits of Las Vegas, it's unlawful anyway. If you purchase a gun in your teenaged son, I feel you might be opening your self up for a entire lot of trouble. Again, i have nothing against weapons-we possess a number of, and my kids are younger than your son and they do use a pellet gun (supervised) and as they age, they are going to be trained to accurately maintain and manage the other weapons. It is only your son's attitude that makes me consider that NO, he must not have a gun-pellet or no longer. I am hoping this helps.