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F'in socialist!!!
Commies know that gun control has nothing to do with reducing crime, but people control!!
Reverand or not, this commie needs to see the end of a rope!!
Sorry, one man's opinion!!
 

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I wonder what happens to these turn in guns? I bet 99% of them are real turds, not worth a hundred bucks. But, I wonder if the police get to check to see if they were stolen, or involved in a crime?
 

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Its funny how the liberals all get together and stroke each other about the wonderful buy back programs! They don't ever seem to check in on the facts to see it this has any benefit or not, they really don't care since its a "gun hate Program" and has nothing to do with preventing crime.
 

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YEAH, I really love the buyback programs with "no questions asked". How stupid is that?!

The pukes will turn in garbage guns, broken guns, frames without innards, and of course stolen guns and get cash, or in this case merchandise, to trade for better guns or more dope.

Smart...REAL F'n SMART! Thank You Mr. & Mrs. Taxpayer. Thanks again Mr. & Mrs. Parishioner!
 

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To give you an idea of the situation in Akron: a young lady was shot outside a bar during a gang fight, she was an innocent bystander. Two punks are arrested, one says he will testify the other did the killing, he is granted immunity, gets on the stand and says "I'm not talking", Lawyer says the immunity deal didn't require him to testify. Now the punk who allegedly pulled the trigger is freed due to lack of evidence and the punk who refused to testify is doing two years for whatever he plead to to receive the immunity. "Don't be a Snitch" seems to be prevalent mindset with this scum. The picture of the homecoming between the mom and the shooter in the paper was heart wrenching. And the girl is still dead and justice will probably never be served.

The gang bangers won't give up their guns, so the shootings will continue unabated.

I'll rant about Ohio CCW laws some other time. Hint: they are better than nothing, but not much better.

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The "no questions asked" shows how far these people are willing to go to achieve their objective. It is idiotic.
 
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If I had a junker, I'd go to one of these in a second.

And, if I was smart, I'd stand at the end of the line, scoping out what people had, and made better offers for ones that shouldn't be scrapped!
 

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These buyback programs break my heart! Have you seen some of the pics of the guns that some people turn-in?!?! I remember a pic I saw on another board of a table of guns that had been turned-in at the Boston Buyback. There were some 1911's, and I believe I even saw a Browning Hi-Power!!! :cry:

What's the bet some of the cops take them home and add them to their collection.................. ;)
 

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About the only thing dumber than a "Gun Buyback Program", are the people who participate in them. Bill T.
 

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Gee, I dunno, Bill -- Call me a dummy, but if they start paying $100.00 apiece around my town, I'll be in the line. I pay about $62.00 for a Davis .380 and even less for a POS Loricin.

38% appreciation is better than my 401k has done over the past umpteen years!
 

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gunrnr said:
Gee, I dunno, Bill -- Call me a dummy, but if they start paying $100.00 apiece around my town, I'll be in the line. I pay about $62.00 for a Davis .380 and even less for a POS Loricin. 38% appreciation is better than my 401k has done over the past umpteen years!
Here I agree, and have heard of people doing this. Most of the "buy back" programs I've seen offer $50.00 or less, and many of the firearms that are turned in are inoperable. No matter how you cut it, this money comes from the tax payers in some round about fashion. I can't believe more people don't complain about them. That money could be put to far better use in any number of ways. Bill T.
 

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I have been told that during previous buy backs in Akron, the police chased away anyone attempting to buy a firearm from one of their "customers". Someone on another forum had the idea of showing up with cash and a lawyer to see if he could purchase some of the operable/more valuable weapons being turned in by the sheeple.

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I have been told that during previous buy backs in Akron, the police chased away anyone attempting to buy a firearm from one of their "customers". Someone on another forum had the idea of showing up with cash and a lawyer to see if he could purchase some of the operable/more valuable weapons being turned in by the sheeple.

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Hmmm...that would be an interesting case, if someone actually pursued it. Suppression of trade (or whatever the actual name of the offense is) I believe, is a federal offense. Maybe that's only applicable to interstate trade, but ???
 

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Big E said:
I have been told that during previous buy backs in Akron, the police chased away anyone attempting to buy a firearm from one of their "customers". Someone on another forum had the idea of showing up with cash and a lawyer to see if he could purchase some of the operable/more valuable weapons being turned in by the sheeple.
That's not a bad idea! Bill T.
 
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These buyback programs break my heart! Have you seen some of the pics of the guns that some people turn-in?!?! I remember a pic I saw on another board of a table of guns that had been turned-in at the Boston Buyback. There were some 1911's, and I believe I even saw a Browning Hi-Power!!! :cry:

What's the bet some of the cops take them home and add them to their collection.................. ;)
Better a cop taking them home than to have them destroyed.
 

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I am sure that the police would not allow any of the better quality weapons to be destroyed. They would end up being made available for purchase by officers with the best going to the administrators. ;) ;)
 

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They would end up being made available for purchase by officers with the best going to the administrators.
"Confiscation" has led to the betterment of some of the finest police officer "gun collections" you could possibly imagine. Bill T.
 
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