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In a continuing effort to remove or reduce the number of guns on the streets, the State Attorney General’s Office along with Niagara Falls Police are sponsoring a gun buy-back event in Niagara Falls this Wednesday, June 13th.
From 9 am to noon working and non-working unloaded weapons will be accepted at 520 Hyde Park Blvd. In exchange, debit cards will be given in various amounts depending on the type of gun.
- $25.00 for non-working or antique firearms
- $50.00 for rifles and shotguns
- $75.00 for handguns
- $100 for assault weapons
Any weapon brought to the site must be in a plastic or paper bag or box and must be in the trunk of a vehicle. There’s no limit to the number of firearms anyone can turn in.
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New York State Attorney General held a gun buyback program today in Niagara Falls. 153 guns were returned, the 2nd most in the state since it was started in 2013. pic.twitter.com/cWc49yJjAt
— Matt Moran (@MattMoranWBEN) June 13, 2018
— New York Attorney General (@NewYorkStateAG) June 11, 2018
The state Attorney General’s Office announced today that a gun buyback will be held from 9 a.m. to noon in at the former Niagara Falls police headquarters at 520 Hyde Park Blvd. on Wednesday.
Gift cards ranging from $25 to $100 will be offered for guns. https://t.co/KCHC78pQTX pic.twitter.com/jvGclUKD5a
— Niagara Gazette (@NiagaraGazette) June 11, 2018
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