Cheap Gun Buy Opportunity in Forth Worth, Texas!? Gun ‘Buyback’!

Texans, don’t miss this opportunity to legally purchase guns at this public gun buy-back event. Scoop police by offering more cash for valuable guns.

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)-— A gun turn-in event is scheduled for June 27, 28, 29, and 30th, 2022 which is Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  It is an unusual approach, during working hours. Most of these events are scheduled for weekends.

The event called by the Orwellian term “buy back” (police cannot “buy back” items that they have never owned), is scheduled to be held at the Northwest Division. The address is 4651 N Main St Fort Worth, TX 76106.

$100 gift cards will be given out for firearms turned in. There are few firearms worth less than $100 on the open market.

Fort Worth Police Station at 4651 N Main Street

A year previously, a similar program had people turn in 250 firearms in the City of DeSoto, Texas. DeSoto is on the south edge of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.  A quick look at the firearms turned in at DeSoto reveals a number of decent shotguns and rifles, and some interesting antiques.

The Dallas/Fort Worth area is in the middle of gun country, so the potential pool of people who have inherited guns, know nothing about them, and who want to turn them into police, is potentially large.  This group exists.  They are not willing to take the extra time or even understand the opportunity to obtain more money at a gun show or with a private sale. There will be a few ideologically driven types who will not take cash, but they are a small minority.

Working against this potential is the cost of driving to the police area. Private sales are not banned in Texas. I expect a significant number of private purchasers to show up, in order to scoop up whatever bargains are brought in.

These feel-good programs are almost always underfunded, with gift cards running out in the first few hours.

After that, people wishing to get rid of guns will be more willing to accept private offers.

Texas became a Constitutional Carry state in 2021. No permit is needed to openly or concealed carry a firearm in most public spaces. No one is required to have a license to purchase or sell a gun to another private person in Texas. A concealed handgun license (CHL) may help persuade an individual that a purchaser is not a felon, and not prohibited from purchasing firearms.

With inflation at 40-year highs, the incentive to obtain a little money for a firearm that is neither appreciated nor desired could lead to some seriously undervalued guns being offered for a mere hundred dollars.

As with any such project, it makes sense to be prepared, check out the area, and determine what parking may be available. Signs need to be prepared. Police at these events have sometimes attempted to intimidate private buyers from offering cash for guns. Politely stand your ground while respecting all police instructions.

Most private purchasers know their rights and are not intimidated. Having the ability to record the event with audio and video recording can reduce police intimidation. Many police officers will not agree with the “guns are bad” assumption of the event.  Pictures are useful to document the guns saved from purposeless destruction. Please feel free to come back and post successful purchase photo’s in the comments below.

Private purchasers at these events destroy the propaganda purpose of the “buy-back”. The purpose is to send the message “Guns Bad. Turn them into the Police.”

Private purchasers send the opposite message: “Guns Good. I pay cash.”


About Dean Weingarten:

Dean Weingarten has been a peace officer, a military officer, was on the University of Wisconsin Pistol Team for four years, and was first certified to teach firearms safety in 1973. He taught the Arizona concealed carry course for fifteen years until the goal of Constitutional Carry was attained. He has degrees in meteorology and mining engineering, and retired from the Department of Defense after a 30 year career in Army Research, Development, Testing, and Evaluation.

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BillyBobTexas

I think these things are GREAT! Take guns off the street from those who either don’t know squat about them – or don’t want them! Both GREAT. Less guns out there to be stolen by Thugs and used against me.

In a perfect world…EVERYONE on the planet would turn theirs in for cash…..and I’d have the ONLY ONE LEFT. Then I’d feel much safer !!

Boz

A pipe with a handle and a rubber band is a “firearm”.Total cost – $5. Turn it in for $100 — ChaChing!

Tank

Who would ever actually be-LIE-ve any numbers released as verifiable/bona fides/legit real guns/AMMO etc. Rigged elections/rigged Active Shooting Events/rigged Crisis Actors/rigged Central Banks/Fed Reserve, rigged Courts, rigged MSM, Police/EMT participating & lying to public, Congress et alia etc.

Freemasons rigging the active shooting drills as Mass Casualty real events just like they did to Australia. .

The system is rigged.

One Nation under a Psy Op since JFK.

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Finnky

Anyone else considering going? I’ll have to take day off work, which is probably going to be hard to get approved – but it’s only an hours drive. If I go, want to go with others so that we can watch each other’s backs. Seems a bit iffy to show up somewhere with a sign that says “I’ve got a pile of cash on me” – not in those words, but effectively. There’s strength in numbers, not only making winning and surviving a fight but also as deterrent. Just heard an anti speaking to NYSPRA v Bruen – that you… Read more »

Russn8r

Nice. Bringing others along could be wise. And maybe besides a sign that abusive cops can take away, have a t-shirt printed: “I pay more for guns.”

~”people inherit guns, know zip about them, want to turn them in.” + low-IQ wives who think guns are bad, want’em out of the house.

~”No license required to buy or sell a gun to a private person in TX.” For now. In 2019, Abbott tested the water for banning private sales:

“Nothing prevents a stranger selling to a terrorist & obviously that’s a danger that needs to be looked into.” ~Abbott
http://www.dallasnews.com/news/politics/2019/08/22/could-texas-change-its-gun-laws-after-el-paso-mass-shooting-gov-abbott-opens-talks-as-nra-says-no-no-and-no

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Russn8r

Downvoters love the taste of RINO jock.

CourageousLion

ANYONE who thinks a “law” will stop a bad psychopathic nut case from doing bad things is delusional.

Ope

They sure don’t seem to give a shit about “gun free zones” either.