Posted December 18, 2017 3:00 pm by Comments

By Tom Knighton

Last week, we reported on a gun buyback program in San Francisco that was offering cash for guns, rather than the gift cards that are so often handed out.

Over the weekend, the buyback took place, netting 271 guns, as well as a few other items.

“We got everything that you can name that could destroy a whole universe, and we get rid of them within hours,” said Rudy Corpuz Jr. with United Playaz, a community group that helped organize the buyback with police.

There were no questions asked. People were given $100 for a handgun and $200 for assault weapons, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

Here are some of the items taken in.

A bazooka among the 142 firearms turned over in first 90 min of @UP4LIFE gun buy back. Turn in at 1038 Howard Street- no questions asked. pic.twitter.com/0U7NKUoJ9U

— SFPDCares (@SFPDCares) December 16, 2017

The media referred to the spent AT-4 tube as a “bazooka.” I’m sure police are very proud to get this off the streets. Of course, these aren’t actually on the streets in the first place.

What they got was either a spent tube or …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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