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3 August 2006

Associated Press

Detroit police say the no-questions-asked buyback of guns has generated an overwhelming response from residents, but worry the money to pay for the weapons is going to run out. Police say two days into the buyback, 250 firearms, including an AK-47 rifle, has been turned in. Police spokesman James Tate says the buyback has exceeded their expectations, resulting in the department running low on money. However, he says they plan to continue the buyback through... (GunPolicy.org)

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