By Dean Weingarten
Arizona – -(Ammoland.com)- On Saturday, 11 June 2016, the Wayne County Sheriff and anti-Second Amendment activists held a gun turn in event at the Mathis Community Center. The turn in was hyped by numerous local news media, providing free publicity for the event. But the actual coverage of the event was remarkably free of any mention of the numerous private buyers who competed with the “buy back” organizers for the firearms that were brought to the event.
It may not have been hard to compete. The gun turn in organizers only offered $50 for each gun turned in. Any working gun is worth at least that. From wxyz.com:
(WXYZ) – Thanks to a $25,000 donation, the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office was able to buy back hundreds of guns from residents ready to unload.
No questions asked, $50 for a gun–that’s an offer the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office has made before, but this buyback was different.
You can see that quite a few decent guns made it past the private buyers to the …Read the Rest