Arizona on verge of turning gun buybacks into revenue

By | April 17, 2013

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  1. White Hat #26

    This wasn’t an initiative of the AZ House or Senate (Republicans or otherwise). Rather, it was the result of gunowner outage over Tucson’s recent “buy back” program, in which over 200 firearms were destroyed less than two hours after the event concluded – an event for which the Tucson Police Dept came out in big numbers to prevent private transactions by eager, cash-wielding buyers. As always, it’s the RKBA protagonists who make things happen – not the representatives who are oath bound to uphold the U.S. – and, in this case, Arizona – constitutions.

    (FWIW, though, TPD treats even FFLs who purchase auctioned firearms as criminals.)

    Still, thanks for giving us some publicity.

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