$50 buy back

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  1. DCortez

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    Lorcin, Jenkins, Jimenez, and Ravens will be coming out of the woodwork, hahah.
     
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    Betcha ATF will be watching.Any word on how many people turned in their guns for food?
     
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    I've always wanted to set up a table across the street from a gun buy back, to try to get first dibs on anything worthwhile....as least let people know the actual value of what they're about to only get $50 for.
     
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    My neighbor and me joked about this the other day. We'd be across the way with a table offering $75 IN CASH for a firearm. vs. $50 in grocery gift card. I cant believe a gun owner would be so stupid to turn in a gun at that amount. As far as I understand the gun must be operational??
     
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    Operational, yea.

    Now if any of you guys want to get rid of that old Colt, Kimber, Sig, Beretta, or S&W, let me know first!
     
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    i know im getting off topic here but, back last year when the politicians and the auto dealers wanted to get rid the older cars in this state, people turned in some really old junk vehicles sitting on blocks etc, i wonder if it has something to do with this plan to be operational??
     
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    IMO, anyone that gives into the BS of the gun buy back shouldn't be allowed to own a firearm in the first place.

    "Gun buy-back". Look at that term. How can the cops or whoever run these things call them a "buy-back" when they never owned the gun they are buying back to begin with? It is just a sugar coated term for 'Gun Surrender with a reward for being good sheeple'. These programs are designed for one thing, disarm the law abiding legal gun owners by making them think it is for the good of society. By participating in one, a person is literally giving up his right to own, keep and bear arms!
     

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