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The guns turned in go to company's that destroy the serial numbered receiver according to ATF regulations.
Then they sell the rest of the parts. Some of these company's charge 0$ for this service. Here is a sad
example of a Smith and Wesson Model 27 barrel with half of the cut receiver. How sad.:(:(:(:(:(
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I have heard horror stories of things like German Lugers, high end English shotguns, and worse getting turned in to cut up. Such a waste. Plus, you know some deputy ends up with them in his safe.
You are right. Someone turns in a Colt and the officer, sheriff get it or worst it is destroyed.
 
Just a heads up. in case anyone wants to hang around and offer more. lol


That or at these rates, a bunch of Rohm 10 .22 shorts might be a good investment

'In Everett, the gift card amount is $25 for inoperable firearms and ghostguns; $100 for rifles and shotguns; $200 for handguns; and $300 for assault-style rifles.'

Just a public service announcement...
This is just away to make the liberals feel good about their antigun feelings
 
I wonder what great firearms will be destroyed to make garden stakes. I do not support these buy backs but it makes me sad when I see a rare or classic firearm destroyed - history destroyed.
 
The Everett PD buy-back was quickly over-subscribed. It was offered on an appointment-only basis. One day after they announced it, the appointments button on the website was non-functional.

The Mukilteo buyback had a condition on the $100 rifle / shotgun category. If it was a single shot, it was only $50.

The monies for the buy-backs were not from taxpayers, they were donated from philanthropic funds.
 
The Everett PD buy-back was quickly over-subscribed. It was offered on an appointment-only basis. One day after they announced it, the appointments button on the website was non-functional.

The Mukilteo buyback had a condition on the $100 rifle / shotgun category. If it was a single shot, it was only $50.

The monies for the buy-backs were not from taxpayers, they were donated from philanthropic funds.
So if you build a double barreled slam-fire you can save a few bucks on the stock and increase your profit margin.
 

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