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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by TheKraken, Mar 15, 2018.
Priceless! Thanks! What's hard to believe are the people who fail to comprehend this.
I would love it if only 37 guns were turned in.
The media lies but for what it's worth, it Nooseweak reports:
Chris Cahill, president of the New Zealand Police Association, agrees that momentum was key to implementing a buyback scheme, with law enforcement overseeing 600 collection events before a December 20 deadline, at a cost to the taxpayer of $NZ 102 million ($64 million). He says New Zealand "certainly is safer—56,000 firearms have been handed in, another 3,000 modified, these are the most dangerous. These are semi-automatic assault rifles, the vast majority, the most serious and most dangerous of weapons, so on any measure that has to have made New Zealand safer even if we can disagree on how many are still out there."
From Underwood: https://mail.yahoo.com/d/folders/1/...R5NRCN2-a_9dO-xVqPhHGZp8de94mlVqmsnT_EsKhSfuq