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    Jun 24, 2009
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    Wonder if they would have bought my fake rifle made of stainless tubing and pallet wood?
    Probably not - I'm too old and color challenged.
    I'll ask someone with NIPD if serial numbers are run before being destroyed. Interested to see how many stolen weapons show up and if there is a chance that they will be returned to rightful owners.
    Still not understanding how they can buy "back" what they have never owned????
     

    Xeon64

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    Prairieville, LA
    Will they take Muzzle Loaders? I have a lot of useless ones. My parents use to buy them for us as kids and we would shoot caps out of them. They are beat to hell. I am eyeing a Benelli Montefeltro and need money.
     

    BIGGREEN

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    So, my question to one of these "Activists" that I know was this. If this is not officially overseen by a law enforcement agency and a stolen weapon is bought by, what will legally be, a private citizen, could they be charged with possession of a stolen weapon? My friend at the State Police says "Yes!". I think that they have good intentions but sometimes due diligence should be paid. Otherwise I would like to set up my own booth outside of theirs and offer $50 or $100 more...

    "Donovan D. Davis says the point of the event is to get illegal guns turned in without any repercussions. Guns can be turned in while remaining anonymous, enforcing “no name, no blame.”

    Who are they to offer immunity?

    Meanwhile a rash of gun thefts in the area...coincidence?
     
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