A week ago, I wrote about the Crawfordsville, Indiana buyback. The gun turn in event (you cannot buyback what you never owned) happened on 28 April, 2018. From the previous article:
The event will be held at the Crawfordsville Police Department from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Crawfordsville is about 40 miles northwest of Indianapolis. From journalreview.com:
Residents can turn in semi-automatic rifles, bump stocks or large-capacity clips in an upcoming program sponsored by a local church.
Wabash Avenue Presbyterian invites owners to take the weapons and accessories to the Crawfordsville Police Department from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 28. All items turned in will be melted down at Nucor Steel.
Owners will receive a $100 gift card from Kroger or County Market for guns and a $25 gift card for accessories.
No permit is required to purchase guns in Indiana.
Gift cards of $100 will be given for each assault style gun turned in. $25 will be given for accessories such as bump stocks and high capacity magazines. This is a generous offer for magazines. I suspect the gift cards to run out very quickly.
The local tribstar.com accurately quoted the Ammoland article. From the tribstar.com:
Last week, Dean Weingarten, writing for Arizona-based Ammoland.com posted a commentary recommending, If you have some old magazines, you might want to turn them in and order excellent new standard-capacity magazines for going rates of $9-$15 each.