Are we really expecting these people to walk down the street to this drop box, with the gun tucked in their shorts, and drop it off? It doesn’t seem to me to be a thought-out process as of right now.
Sgt. Jim Barrett
Tacoma Police Union
September 9, 2015
Worth a shot? Tacoma mulls gun ‘drop boxes’
[Here is the idea Barrett is legitimately questioning:
Gun control advocates in Tacoma, Wash., are thinking inside the box — literally — with a controversial proposal to set up a gun “drop box” to encourage residents to turn in firearms, no questions asked.
Gun “buybacks” don’t work, so why would people participate in a “giveback”?
These people are out of touch with our reality. Apparently in their reality guns are what we think of as garbage and they expect everyone to put them in bins for the local government to haul off.
As is usual, these people have crap for brains.—Joe]