Monday, December 24, 2012

A Plan to Bankrupt Los Angeles (and Upgrade Your Gun Collection at the Same Time)

Paul Huebl has an idea:

Gun rights haters are dancing in the blood of the children murdered by that well known mentally ill Sandy Hook killer.  When he could not buy a gun from a sporting goods store he murdered his own mother and robbed her of her guns.  We know the rest.

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced Monday that the city’s annual gun “buyback” event has been moved up following the Sandy Hook murders.  They moved it up by months to December 26, 2012

Bring your rusty and unserviceable crap firearms from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Dec. 26 at two locations: Los Angeles Sports Arena, Parking Lot 6, at 3939 South Figueroa Street and Van Nuys Masonic Temple at 14750 Sherman Way.  This a no questions asked event so they can’t make you prove you did not come in from Arizona and Nevada!

They will pay you $100.00 for any handgun, rifle or shotgun.  If they deem it an “assault weapon” you get $200.00.   They will pay you with gift cards instead of cash so use them up on your way out of town.  Then buy some new guns, ammunition and get some custom grips from Eagle Grips!
Since they are using tax dollars enjoy you windfall with a vengeance.  I only hope we can bankrupt Los Angeles for this symbolic and wasteful foolishness.


  1. Why not open up a stand near where the city is buying guns for $100 and pay double their rate? You'd get cheap guns you can sell for profit, and you deprive the city of guns.

    1. The guns are junk I'm guessing

    2. Yes, anon- they are looking to sell junk, broken, rusted, useless guns. Not actually functional and helpful firearms.

  2. Buyback at the Masonic Temple? More fingerprints of The Illuminati!

  3. Well if you wanted to bancrupt CA I wouldn't use the gift cards there. Take them home and use them there. Starve the beast!!

  4. Damned good one Bob. You actually made me chuckle. Thanks for that. And a safe and Merry Christmas to you and your family.
    If you ever need anything, I'm right here in the Heartland.