For his birthday, we bought our son a wooden train set. Although the box warns of what could happen if your child attempts to swallow a piece, it says nothing of the danger you face if he starts throwing pieces at your head and neck region. At some point, toy labels should stop worrying about child safety and start talking about parent safety. "Although this fighter jet is neat looking, when he's really angry, your son might repeatedly stab you with it." Or they could even be more subtle. "Call your doctor if the F-15 Tomcat is ever used to sever your carotid artery."
Not that our child has been taught the kill zones. It's just that occasionally, when he is told it is time for bed, he will throw a fit. Often this involves flailing around with whatever toy he has in his hand at the time. This is one reason why we have not bought him his own cutlery set. However, we are getting better about checking him for weapons before we break the bad news. "Max, Daddy has something important to tell you. But first Daddy is going to trade you this pillow for that large fire engine you're holding."