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FL: After Florida Rampage, Some Owners are Destroying Their Guns
Submitted by: David Williamson

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One man in upstate New York sawed his AR-15 rifle into pieces and posted a video of it on Facebook. A woman in Connecticut did the same with her handgun. Not far from scene of the Florida high school shooting, another man brought his assault weapon to police and asked them to destroy it. In response to the killings of 17 people by a 19-year-old with an AR-15, some gun owners are waging personal protests against mass shootings.

Comment by: dasing (2/27/2018)
Idiots abound!!

Comment by: netsyscon (2/27/2018)
These people just became targets for crime. I bet that if they had to call the police for help and had to wait, they would be on a shopping trip to the local gun store.

Comment by: MarkHamTownsend (2/27/2018)
If there are any dingbats out there who are destroying their guns, just send them to me instead and I'll do the dirty deed for you!


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