Remember the woman in Baltimore who was turning in her 9mm pistol to a gun buyback program so she could use the cash to buy a bigger gun? Well, she’s just been outdone.
Man Sells Junk Guns To Buy-Back Program, Buys New Gun With Cash https://t.co/62xdwXg9qT
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) January 7, 2019
YouTuber Royal Nonesuch made a quick $300 by taking 3 firearms that he’d built out of scrap and selling them back to the state of Missouri. He described two of the pipe guns as the ‘crappiest guns I’ve ever made’ but was still able to successfully sell them off to the program.
Nonesuch was literally able to sell pieces of scrap metal and garbage back to the ‘no questions asked’ program with an intention to purchase a rifle or pistol from a pawn shop after the sale. He stated to his followers that he would post again when he settled on a new gun to purchase.
The ‘guns’ that he sold included a .22 zip-gun style rifle as well as a 12-gauge grappling hook gun. They were functional but by no means a practical weapon or method of defense.
During the buy-back program, the guns were bought out of the coordinator’s cars, as the building that hosted the event was a gun-free zone, which we know from history is incredibly effective at keeping areas safe and gun-free (sarcasm).
Nonesuch posted a video of the transaction but YouTube took it down, saying it violated YouTube’s terms and conditions regarding firearms.
When they said “no questions asked,” they apparently meant it.
I have a new hero! #classic
— ERIC ☆ RYAN (@ericryansound) January 7, 2019
Capitalism baby! Haha!
— Alan Keller (@roadsrfr) January 7, 2019
— Tony (@TonyRMagnolia) January 7, 2019
— John Kincher (@jacksaxet) January 7, 2019
Making the system work for him. Probably learned how to do it from the Democrats.
— Steven Nelson (@Intermentor) January 7, 2019
Hah! Cash for clunkers! Dems taught us that trick years ago!
— Barry Donovan (@barry_donovan) January 7, 2019
The "better mousetrap" spawned a better mouse.
— Rob Foster (@Fosterical) January 7, 2019
— John R. Leonard, Sr. (@JohnRLeonardSr1) January 7, 2019
— FlyoverCountry (@CountryFlyover) January 7, 2019
Method to the madness.
Beat them at their own game.
— John Opalko (@johnnyo_62) January 7, 2019
— CyniclesTheElder (@CyniclesE) January 7, 2019
2Nd Amendment & Capitalism at its finest!💪🤑
— Home-Business Startup (@1profitmakernow) January 7, 2019
That’s what happened when Minneapolis had a small buy back a few years ago. Most of the people turned in crappy, inoperable guns and went to buy new ones 👍
— JGaraf (@JGaraf) January 7, 2019
I did the same thing.
— Big Al (@BigAl15077001) January 7, 2019
I have a bunch of old broken guns, always thought About doing that.
— 🚒Mike Nicora🇺🇸 (@MikeNicora) January 7, 2019
Not a bad idea.
— Matthew Emanuel (@matthewjemanuel) January 7, 2019
Gun buybacks are just inner city evidence dumps.
— Phillip J Hubbell (@PJHubbell) January 7, 2019
Government sponsored gun buybacks crack me up! pic.twitter.com/01eKfWN5X4
— WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot (@Whiskey91355416) January 7, 2019
Smart man Dana. American ingenuity. The government buys the neighbors groceries, they can buy me a gun
— 🇺🇸RTOBIAS 66.🇺🇸❌ (@rtoby72) January 7, 2019
Now THIS is a government give-a-way I can get behind!
How awesome is it when a government subsidizes the freedom of its own citizens!
— Covfefe, Bitches! (@ciscoG0D) January 7, 2019
They just did a buyback here in Baltimore. Homicides dropped about 0% .
— Eric Bauman (@RacerXX33) January 7, 2019
Yes, but they did get that dangerous “rocket launcher” off the streets.
Popular mayor concludes that the NRA thinks ‘rocket launchers’ are good for Baltimore https://t.co/4PQr2l7pCu
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) December 28, 2018