Korean War "assault weapon" is probably a M1 Carbine, though it could be a MI Garand. Both are highly desirable collector items that bring from $800 to $2,000. Turning one in at a gun "buy back" is wasteful. Dean Weingarten
Liberals and do-goooders never see beyond their immediate desires.
So there are always things that shouldn't happen, but always do.
But it never slows them down and they are always ready to forgive themselves.
After all - they truly believe the end justifies whatever they do because they really mean well - really, really.
It’s not just the privacy issue but a typical government scam. So, the first group of IOUs were never paid off and now there’s a second group. Next time there will be another group and another and another. Hey, if they keep delaying payment maybe they’ll never have to pay for goods delivered. Reminds me of my county guilting people who were called in for jury duty to donate their $5 back to the county. Just be honest and tell people up front they get zip.
Sure....it was an accident, thats the ticket.
What a bunch of idiots.
If you participated in the New Mexico gun buyback program, you might as well put a sign out in your front yard that says, “Burglars, rapists and home invaders welcome! We gave away all our guns in the gun buyback program, so the best we can do against you would be dialing 911 and waiting for help to arrive.”