December 19, 2012

Gun Buyback Programs Are Thriving Like Never Before After Newtown

This weekend, a state-sponsored cash-for-guns program in Camden County, New Jersey, saw the return of 1,137 firearms — the most successful buyback in state history, and not the only record-breaking return haul since Friday’s massacre.

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    Is there going to be a Buddha?
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    Last time I checked they brought in more guns in 2010.
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    It’s a good idea. But why didn’t this take place after Columbine, Virginia Tech, Fort Hood, Aurora, Oregon mall, etc?...
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    Guns suck
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