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    "Malik Hall, a round-eyed second-grader, looked apprehensive as he stood in line with his favorite toy, a thick, blue gun with plastic sword underneath the muzzle. "

    Can you say Bayonet?
    You are a reporter, words are important!
    It's probably NOT a "blue gun" but a "Blued Rifle" with attached "bayonet"...

    The kid tried to hide it under his Pillow.. A child shall lead them.. He is a future NRA member for sure!! Especially when he sees he traded his favorite gun for a game of checkers.. He is probably in his room with a file right now converting the checker pieces into Ninga Stars

    Next year when Mommy makes the little boy turn in his next toy gun, little Malik's going to be ready... Look hear Miss Maria, you seemed to be confused last year as to what a Sword is.. THIS is what a sword looks like as he pulls out the plastic sword he made from plastic recyclable bottles, and here is what I made out of the checkers you gave me last year, as he whips out his Ninja Stars...

    You go Malik

    See picture attached..

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    But, don't you understand? It's for the chiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiildrennnnnnnnnnnnn
    See, it's mumbo jumbo like that and skinny little lizards like you thinking they the last dragon that gives Kung Fu a bad name.
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    Excuse my language but...

    What a crock of ****.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CathyInBlue View Post
    Note the tactics used by many of those in attendance... go buy a tiny, cheap, toy gun, and then go make a big production of its destruction for the purpose of obtaining one of those bigger gifts. This same thing happens when the cops pledge $50, $100, or $200 gift certificates in exchange for turned in guns in any condition, so people with trash guns not worth nearly as much as those gift certificates make out like bandits.
    We have seen this happen more than once, was going on every year here for a while till one of sellers after selling the cops 3 trash guns that were inoperable took the money and bought a good one and held up a drugstore, nice one, good job LEOs

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    Quote Originally Posted by CathyInBlue View Post
    Note the tactics used by many of those in attendance... go buy a tiny, cheap, toy gun, and then go make a big production of its destruction for the purpose of obtaining one of those bigger gifts. This same thing happens when the cops pledge $50, $100, or $200 gift certificates in exchange for turned in guns in any condition, so people with trash guns not worth nearly as much as those gift certificates make out like bandits.
    I remember reading a thread on the old THR about two FFLs that went to a gun buy back in California somewhere with a bunch of old Lorcins worth 75$ or so they were first in line and broke the bank getting over 100$ a piece for their pistols
    See, it's mumbo jumbo like that and skinny little lizards like you thinking they the last dragon that gives Kung Fu a bad name.
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    Bravo! That's the way to deal with gun buy back programs. Brilliant!
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    if people believe that gun buy back programs work , then i need to have mr. scott beam me up because there is no intelligent life down here.

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    .MOMMY! Libtards - farging bastiges
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  10. #19
    Nice way to create more people that believe that a "Gun Free Zone" will
    actually protect them from anything or anyone.

    But then hey... isn't that the standard liberal political method...
    if you can't do something REAL.. do something pointlessly ridiculous
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    Quote Originally Posted by santa View Post
    that attorney general will be getting a lump of coal in his christmas stocking this year along with recomendation he consider aquiring some common sense

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