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Gun buyback

Reader Dale emails this letter to the editor:

Ijust (sic) wanted to say how much I liked the gun swap at the Convention Center on Saturday.

Over the last few years, I have bought several guns at shows for $15 to $20 each. Most were break-open shotguns or handguns that could no longer be fired but were good for spare parts. I turned in two Saturday and got $200 worth of free gas. Between the parts I sold and the turn-in, I cleared $185.

I would have turned in more guns, but I didn’t have time to get home and back before closing.

What a deal – free gas for the next month! Time to buy more cheap guns.


2 Responses to “Gun buyback”

  1. HardCorps Says:

    the cops in the NW know that all the hics would be turning in their parts guns for $100 worth of gas.

  2. Mindy Says:

    My Father did this once. Back in the early ninties just after the California AWB.
    He was a Scout Master and had 19 Lee Enfields that he used for Boy Scout training.
    They were $20 rust buckets that he had welded plugs in the breaches for safety reasons. (not because someone would shoot someone but because they might explode.)
    After the Kalifornia made it “Unpopular” to train Scouts in firearms he took them do to one Feinstein BuyBack programs in San Francisco and got $75 each for the paper weights.
    Your tax dollars at work.

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