He makes a good case for relocating guns.
"... then there are all the gun-buyback programs that politicians and the liberal media love so much. This is where big-city police departments offer our tax dollars to residents in exchange for guns they turn in. Then everybody proudly poses beside tables bristling with the hundreds and hundreds of guns they took off the streets.
These displays are a continual reminder that only the people out there on the street who are not armed are the law-abiding chumps like you and me.
Among the rounded-up firearms — destined for destruction in a smelter — are always a few rare and beautifully kept rifles and collectible World War II long guns, as if antique guns and fireside gun-cleaning is the stuff of urban gunplay.
Am I the only person who suspects that probably every single one of those nice guns was once somebody’s favorite hunting rifle before it got stolen in a home burglary?"
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/dec/25/hurt-gun-grabbers-wont-heed-nras-sensible-advice/#ixzz2G6ucDVdx
- Dr. Gatling