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Discussion in 'Firearms related News and Political topics' started by CodyG19, Dec 21, 2012.
Anyone up for offering twice what they offer?
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Heck I'd give them 2 optimo's, a 40oz of 'Old E' and the latest copy of Madea Goes Postal on a burned DVD for each US made handgun
Got a old daisey laying around.....Hmmmmmm
I wonder if they realize they aren't taking guns off "the street"
"turn over to the police", wonder how many get taken home instead of being destroyed? I mean did you see that "older" 1911 in that pile....
Good luck with that pastor
Y'all wanna go out there and try and get some good deals? I'll bring a few lawn chairs and a grill.
I've got my C&R for the classics lets do it
And in the pile of guns pictured, not a single scary, black, evil "assault weapon."
Someone needs to send the church this video:
They're a bit misguided in their belief.
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Yeah, what a tool! ;bd
At least it is a church that is doing it. Private money rather than state or federal money. It is up to the congregation to decide if it they are getting there moneys worth!
I wonder if they check to see if those guns are stolen before they destroy them.
"no questions asked"....I wonder if there will be any stolen guns up there? WOW
A gun buyback program is a good way to amass an arsenal on the cheap.
How about we organize our own gun buyback program and advertise it? We'll buy ammunition, too.
Implying the use of guns is fine per the Bible is just as misguided.
Yeah, I know, anyone can interpret the bible any way they want and it then becomes God will and everything is honkey dory because your a christian and it makes everything right.
Leave God and the bible out of it.
I was wondering the same, along with checking them against open cases, say like in a 100 mile area...
I read an article somewhere about how a group set up a table across the street on private property from a buyback program and put out a sign that said "we offer more" or something. They cherry picked all the good stuff and sent the rest to the buybackers.