Lawmaker Wants Gun Buyback Program To Pay 125 Percent Of Gun’s Value

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Bearing Arms

There are numerous problems with gun buyback programs, though most gun control advocates are reluctant to speak about any of them. For one, the whole “no questions asked” policy that infest so many of these make them excellent places to dispose of evidence used in crimes.

However, one lawmaker wants to pay out a whopping 125 percent of the firearm’s value.

Deemed the Safer Neighborhoods Gun Buyback Act, the bill would provide a two-year $360 grant to the U.S. Department of Justice to send out debit cards to gun dealers as well as state and local governments to be used to trade for guns which, in turn, would be destroyed. The bill’s author says the program reduces the number of guns in circulation, thus contributing to public safety.

“Although no one piece of legislation will eliminate all gun violence, this bill will get guns off the streets and

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