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Old 12-30-2012, 08:49 PM   #11
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It's been done before with some NRA booths offering gas cards or something like that in LA. Seems like it was like a year or two ago. Was a huge success from what I understand. Took a ton of guns off the streets and got them into the hands of responsible gun owners. That's a good thing right? I think they were doing FFL transfers though, which the police obviously aren't doing and they were only buying working guns that were worth the gas
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Originally Posted by TimKS View Post
I wonder how many LEOs went home with a new gun?
I have seen guns in those barrels that it would be a sin to crush. I hope some of them are saved. It is one case where I wouldn't mind turning my back on the misdeeds of a LEO.
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