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The press notices Buy a Gun Day: People using income tax refund to buy guns

4 Responses to “Guns and money”

  1. Bryan S. Says:

    Thanks to Uncle Sam? No, its their OWN DAMN MONEY. Unless it is from Unc Sam… and then its welfare to buy guns.

    And sorry, not cool with that. Would rather have that money in my own pocket so it can fund my own collection, thank you very much.

  2. armed_partisan Says:

    Every year of my life, from 18-25, I bought a gun with my tax return. I never made dick for money (still don’t. Can’t find someone willing to pay me $14 an hour as an experienced machinist) so I can only thank those of you who made decent wages and paid much higher tax rates for buying my guns for me.

  3. mikee Says:

    Credit where credit is due: http://www.buyagunday.net/about/

    I first read about BAG Day on Kim du Toit’s blog (no longer active) and IIRC he promoted the original idea but did not claim credit for originating it. This post made me interested enough to google the origins of it. If the link above is not correct, please let me know.

    I suspect BAG Day has been going on a lot longer than blogs, but on a more individualized basis.

  4. HL Says:

    Partisan,

    I think you still bought your own gun if it was your tax refund you used. That was a refund on excess taxes you paid, in theory at least.

    Can I count my SCAR 17 as my “Buy A Gun Day” purchase? It was my tax refund, but that was back in Feb. I got on that shit early. Them fuckers owed me bunches of my own money.

Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.

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