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So, a gun turned in as part of a gun “buyback” turned up on a gang member killed by the police. Ah, the conspiracy minded in me wonders if police were making extra money on the side or is it a drop gun?

6 Responses to “Oopsie”

  1. Phelps Says:

    Embrace the power of “both.”

  2. Mike Says:

    Many living near Sodom on Lake Michigan have long believed that the gun buy back problems are dirtier than the day is long. I would love to see BATFE pursue this thoroughly and produce some gun running convictions, but my guess is that they won’t.

  3. treefroggy Says:

    Ask the Baltimore Gun Squad .

  4. Ron W Says:

    I’ve lamented a gun or two I sold and wanted to buyback. But how does anyone buyback a gun, or anything, they never owned?

  5. ExpatNJ Says:

    Now we have a good idea where all those ‘Red-Flagged’ guns are gonna end-up …

  6. WallPhone Says:

    A Slate article about the California “ghost gun” that the school shooter used claimed that according to the ATF, 30% of CA recoveries are now unserialized homemade. I wonder how many are buyback zip guns?