BACKFIRE: Seattle Gun Buyback Turns Into Gun Show; Collectors Waved 'Wads of Cash' at Those in Lineby Mac Slavo
Jan. 31, 2013
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Leave it to enterprising Americans to always find a loophole in the midst of ever-expanding government regulation.
While thousands of Seattle residents lined up for hours to trade their handguns, rifles and family heirlooms away in exchange for up to $200 in gift cards as part of the city’s latest gun buyback program, gun collectors who have seen prices for assault rifles and firearms accessories almost triple since November took advantage of a huge opportunity.