Connecticut town's gun buyback draws big crowd
Barely an hour into its gun buyback program Saturday, city police had paid out $5,000 to get 40 guns, including five assault weapons, off the streets.
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#1 Dec 27, 2012
Sorry, the incentive is not great enough for me to "turn in " my registared hand guns and rifles. Maybe if the state and govt. did a match buy or a college tuition incentive for children I might be motivated. For now, I'm not turning in a Registared $1200 pistol for a $100 gift card
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