Seattle PD: Trade in Your Gun For an Amazon Gift Card

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Kathryn DeHoyos currently resides on the outskirts of Austin, TX. She is the News Editor for the Good Feed Blog and absolutely loves what she does. She is the happy mommy to a wild 2 year old girl-child, and is blissfully happy being un-married to her life partner DJ.

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  1. AnonymousDog says:

    Very often after one of these “gun buy-back” programs there will be news reports of some rare antique gun turned in for the small price offered. Since the people turning in guns in these programs tend to be people on low or fixed incomes, I think it is a disservice to them to imply, as most of the advertising for these programs does, that such gun buy-backs are the “only” lawful way for some of these folks to divest 5themselves of their unwanted guns. People who possess valuable guns which they do not want should be made aware of all the options they have in selling them. To deny them that is fraud, pure and simple.

    • If the worst thing happening in these buybacks is that some people are getting ripped off on the value of their antiques, that doesn’t really sound too awful, IMHO.

  2. wellokaythen says:

    I have an Amazon card. Can I trade it in for a gun? Fair is fair.

  3. wellokaythen says:

    Might be a handy way to dispose of a gun you need to get rid of. Tossing it into a lake seems so tacky….

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