GUN BUYBACK PROGRAMS ARE THEY WORTH IT?

Gun buyback programs to me! Are not a cure all! Nor an end to all also. Because people believe it or not. Do have opt’s. To those who do not have a gun. They can buy one and turn it in just to take advantage of what comes with it! Or! Turn theirs in for the same. How? Does that solve the problem? It’s the ever so cheapest band-aid there is!,

And even that very day of the buyback you will hear of some crime was committed with the use of a gun. In that very same city! Let’s say! That! There was on one day a city to city confiscation of any kinds and types of weapons. One problem with that! There is the “Black Market” Yes! The price may be high to buy a gun or any other weapon. But to weapon enthusiast/lovers it really does not matter at all!,

As well with “Gun control!” At any level of Government! Gun control laws can be drawn up from now to the time of the end! The problem will still be with us. Reducing the output of gun manufacturers. DOUBT! Because that would be Government interference. No business ever wants that! Put gun mfg’s. ,out of business? Again! DOUBT! That would put both us and Government and law enforcement in a bind!,

I guess we are back to square 1!

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One response to “GUN BUYBACK PROGRAMS ARE THEY WORTH IT?”

  1. Lee Cruse says :

    The assumption that “reducing the number of guns” available to citizens is exactly wrong. We can agree that criminals will likely mis-use any tool, but a gun buy back is not going to have criminals with fewer guns. Gun buybacks only take guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens. If a person ends up with a gun that they do not want, they can always sell the gun to an FFL or give it to the local police department. So, these are just a PR stunt to drum up support for gun confiscation.
    More guns by law abiding citizens means less crime. John Lott is right!

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