Amy Oliver
July 3, 2012

A pro-gun group has used a firearm buyback programme to sell ‘non-firing junk’ to raise money for a youth shooting camp.

The Guns Save Life group, based in Champaign, Illinois, scooped $6,240 from the Chicago Police Department after handing in around 60 guns.

During the one-day ‘Don’t kill a dream, save a life’ programme’, the department paid $100 for every gun and $10 for every BB, air or replica gun handed in, with no questions asked.

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The local Chicago CBS affiliate and police superintendent point to guns, not criminals, as the cause of all of their problems.

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