It’s that time of year again- cops begin offering money for unwanted guns. I have an old piece of crap Stevens single shot .22 rifle that I would like to turn in for some ammo money. I just won’t drive all the way to Orlando to get $50, especially not Pine Hills.
Oh, and the article claims a grenade was turned in at a past event. The guy got a good deal, because it was an inert grenade:
I wonder if you could buy a $15 dummy grenade and turn it in for a $50 gift certificate?
EN2 SS · March 20, 2023 at 1:29 pm
Here is the woke crapcity of Houston, a guy printed up a bunch pistols and made a crapton of money.
Extra Magazines Always · March 20, 2023 at 2:53 pm
I just found a little green squirt gun on a walk to the Sack-N-Save for some milk with the orange muzzle, maybe it will get a fiver. (honk!)
Sold too much ammo during the great Sobama is going to turn off the smelters craze and a buddy made a fortune with an inside source at CCP-Mart selling him boxes out the back door.
You know there are people taking fake guns and hand built contraptions and getting money for it. (honk!)
Chairman Mao was right but really all power comes from the barrel of a gun and isn’t it fun to scare soft weak weanies who fear guns. (honk!)
BobF · March 20, 2023 at 7:15 pm
That dummy grenade might cost you big time in the long run as dumbass won’t know the difference, and if in Orlando, some with a political axe to grind won’t care and will treat you and it as a terroristic threat for as far as it could be taken (knowing all the time the real truth).
Jonathan · March 21, 2023 at 7:20 am
Unless that gun is unsafe, it’s worth more sold as a gun than $50.
I’d guess $100 to $130. These days pretty much any working gun is worth over $100. Depending on the model, possibly a lot more.
Toastrider · March 22, 2023 at 7:29 am
Wasn’t there a story about one guy who set up shop just outside one of these buybacks, offering to appraise guns before the owners turned them in? I know the grabbers were salty as heck over it.
It’s also never mentioned that these buybacks are often used by criminals to dispose of ‘hot’ guns. Great job, Keystone Kops.
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