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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by paulncharly2572, May 10, 2010.
I got one back after a few years. It's a really great feeling. It's nice to know it's safe and not being used in criminal activity...
That is why I disagree so strongly with the "buy-backs" like the one in L.A. they are talking about on the news this morning.
Afaik, those guns are all destined to be destroyed, with amnesty (no records check/accountability) for whoever turned them in. So if your gun was stolen, and exchanged for a gift card by some scumbag it gets chopped up and tossed in the ocean or melted down.
And you never get it back like this fortunate individual did.