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One of those is mine

Gun Buy-Back Scalability.

Inherited it from my wife’s grandmother.

6 Responses to “One of those is mine”

  1. Jay Dee Says:

    I read an article some years ago that if a gun didn’t pass through NICS in 5 years, it is generally untraceable.

  2. HL Says:

    I have a lot of broken and obsolete shit I would be happy to turn in if we had a buy back in Knoxville.

    Amazingly, I don’t think our local officials are dumb enough to have one.

  3. Ron W Says:

    Why aren’t government officials and agents first in line at gun buy backs to LEAD BY EXAMPLE!?

    If “guns don’t make us safe”, what are they doing with them? Let OUR EMPLOYEES, who work UNDER our delegated powers, go first!

  4. Joe Hooker Says:

    Talked to a local gunsmith a while back about this, who said yeah he had a whole drawer full of old junker guns that he was planning to turn in for the next one.

    Two big problems with buybacks that seldom get mentioned. One is that they’re a great way for criminals to get rid of “hot” guns they just used in a crime and have the evidence destroyed forever.

    Second is that they may be stolen, in which case you are illegally destroying someone else’s property.

    I have tried on several occasions to get a straight answer on whether these guns are “scrubbed” and no one will say, which means “no”.

  5. Ron W Says:

    I’ve had a gun or two I wanted to buy back which I owned and regrettably sold. That they call them “buy backs” shows that the government considers all the guns as belonging to them–which is what gun control is all about.

  6. JTC Says:

    As an FFL I always had a drawer full of junkers which I took in trade from buyers of real guns to avoid the 3-day waiting period in FL. I made a trade allowance for them on paper but not in real $, so that once or twice a year I and family members would take in eight or ten in exchange for Wally World certs which out of pure sweet spite we would only use for shooty type stuff including on a few occasions before they wised up to buy something like a 10/22. Can you say unintended consequences you commie bastards?