Daytona Beach PD tweeted about the Buy Back program and the guns they removed from the streets.

I “love” these great “Get rid of junk and stolen guns” programs. Taxpayer funded waste of money to get rid of evidence does not suit me.  But this photo on the array made me laugh.

On top indicated by the first arrow is a zip gun and the second arrow points to the dangerous assault rifle known s the Crossman Powermaster 760 BB Gun.

And we have one more: a flintlock or percussion pistol, hopefully just a reproduction.

And I am pretty sure these two are also toy guns.

OK, you want to wast money of crappy guns and possible evidence? Fine, do so. But don’t include this crap just to make an interesting tableau for the media while waving the “WE ARE DOING SOMETHING!” FLAG.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

11 thoughts on “Once again the futility of Gun Control and “Buy Back” Programs”
  1. Hahahaha….a bb gun?
    What a joke. LE Release’s this a Propaganda.
    Wow, i’d be laying low if i were involved in this ….joke
    Actually….This is a perfect example of Political Theater

    1. It is indeed political theater.

      But it’s not aimed at people who would, for instance, recognize a BB gun on the table as a BB gun.

  2. “At least one of these guns was stolen. We’re working to get that weapon back to it’s rightful owner.”

    I doubt it

    1. If the owner does get it back, I’d like to know. What a profit opportunity; turn in a ton of crap guns a couple days after reporting them all stolen, get them back and wait for another “buyback.”

  3. My brother had that model BB gun..It sucked compared to my ’70s rifled barrel Benjamin pump.

  4. The one revolver on the left in your bottom photo looks like a badly refinished Colt New Service (or similar) 45.
    The other is probably a cap gun.

  5. Let’s do the math…

    34 divided by somewhere between 300 to 500 MILLION firearms in the US. Hmm…

    Even better is that one might have been
    a crime gun so now the evidence trail is scrubbed and the gang member can go buy a new one.

    Idiots. Virtue-signaling dolts.

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