And by the way, a city is a chartered political sub-division of the state and not an independent fiefdom unto itself.
Automobiles are "potentially dangerous" items yet cities auction them off all the time. A gun is nothing more than a inanimate object like a car. Tucson used donated funds and taxpayer funds for having 40 officers to operate the buy-back. 40 fikken officers and a mobile command center all on the taxpayers dime! For what?
If gun-haters want to host buy-backs they should do it on their own dime and front the costs of destroying the guns themselves. There's no law against that.
The 206 guns collected by the Peoples Republic of Tucson had a market value of over $60,000. Remember that when the city politburo asks you for yet another tax increase.
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