Otherwise, these people are idiots.
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It’s another liberal ‘RAT “message” thing like those goofyass windmills destroying the scenery here in Arizona.
I sure would. No evidence, no conviction.
Few things irritate me more than these stupid “Gun Buy Back” events.
They are wrong in so many ways. First of all, they were not the cop’s gun to start with so the premise that they are buying them back is false. They waste money in several ways, first of all, spending money to deprive citizens of arms is contrary to the Constitution and just plain common sense and common decency.
Some clueless citizen will turn in Grandpa’s priceless peacemaker or Colt 1911 when they could have sold them for a large sum. Then the historical arms will be destroyed.
Most of the guns turned in will be garbage which are not worth the amount paid.
A totally wasteful program.
A gift card for what some Nike tennis shoes? Just head on down to your local riot to redeem it.
These “buy backs” are always an excellent opportunity to upgrade.
They accomplish little else.
“Horry” County? Must be in Nevada. Or is this where Fluke lives?
I’ve been waiting patiently for the moonbat mayor of Mpls. to get one of these going. I’ve got a couple junkers to get rid of....then, I’ll be gun free, of course!
I think we citizens should hold a FREEDOM BUYBACK.
Have these "law enforcement agencies" been selling guns to the public? If not, how can they "buy guns back?"
The only government agency that can hold an actual ‘buy back’ is the ATF. Of course the Mexican drug cartels are not selling.
$150 for handguns
$250 for assault weapons
The 24th is a good day to go to the beach...after I drive thru Conway.
I see you’re getting the usual responses about boating accidents and such, but this is not a joke. Something else seems to be going on in Horry County, SC.
Simultaneously with this symbolic nonsense, the Horry County Commissioners are trying to enact an ordinance which would ban the discharge of a firearm within 900’ of any residence. With the population density and distribution, this would effectively criminalize hunting and target shooting throughout much of the county, even out in the “rural” areas.
That nice farm where you’ve had permission to hunt for years still has a house on it, or the deer lease your club uses abuts a tract with a trailer park. Time to wake up, folks.
After all, something has to be done.