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“This shows that people will be behind a positive activity,” said Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway, who spearheaded the event at Reunion Arena. “Some of those guns are ones our officers are up against.”
Throughout the morning, a steady stream of young and old braved the cold temperatures to turn in their guns. Mayor Tom Leppert said he initially expected officers would take in about 20 weapons. But just an hour and a half into the event, 77 guns had been exchanged for $50 Kroger cards.
Originally posted by grimreaper797
reply to post by DimensionalDetective
Hey, recycle all my non-working, broken hand me down firearms for 50 dollars a pop? I'm in.
Who said these people gave all their guns away, and not just the pieces of trash they couldn't use on its good day?
eObama’s USA Service Website Hosts Gun “Buy Back” Event
USA Service’s posting of a gun “buy back” event is yet another indication that Obama and his supporters will continue their assault against the idea of gun ownership and the Second Amendment. If Obama, AG Holder, and the Democrat dominated Congress have their way, the entire country will resemble Chicago, where handguns are illegal and other firearms are strictly regulated.
Originally posted by Hyzera
Well, at least this time they're getting something of value. Anyone remember a few weeks ago people were trading in their guns for roses?