NC - Gun Turn In Program

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  1. RicInOR

    RicInOR
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    North Carolina.

    Over / Under (no internet searches) How many guns have been turned in?

    The way this works, you respond to the previous post - over / under

    later today (Monday 11/23) I'll post the article.

    Here's the click bait ( um, ur pull headline )

    " Time-Warner Cable News tried to put a positive spin on things by noting that “almost 1,000 people” responded to take the pledge, leading one to believe that 1,000 firearms had been turned in"
     
  2. Joe13

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    I've got a running gun turn in going:

    $25 for shotguns
    $50 for rifles
    $75 for pistols
    $100 for RPG's

    Start a convo for details:p
     
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  3. notazombie

    notazombie
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    So, nothing for tanks or battleships? Tightwad.
     
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  4. RicInOR

    RicInOR
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  5. 4Freedom

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    Dang, and that is a nice BB gun and hunting knife.. Some liberal pacifist somewhere in North Carolina was feeling so guilty for owning such deadly weapons..
     
  6. dobeman

    dobeman
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    or, they felt really good being seen at such an event turning these in. They probably received applause, a hug, a handshake, seen by the local news reporter. It's all about feeling good, not practical impact.
     
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