04 Jan Patriot Makes Guns From Scrap Metal, Sells Them in State’s ‘Buyback’ Program, Buys Real Guns With Proceeds
A Missouri man figured out pretty quickly how to game the states “gun buyback” program, in which it encourages people to sell their guns to the state in exchange for cash or gift cards.
“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,” according to Law Enforcement Today. “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.”
The goal of the whole program, implemented by anti-Second Amendment Democrats, is to take weapons off the street. Of course, as the author of the piece points out, only law abiding citizens ever turn up to sell their weapons. Even criminals aren’t dumb enough to try to sell stolen weapons back to the government.
Turns out, the YouTuber has an entrepreneurial side. They guns he built and sold were described as “by no means a practical weapon or method of defense.”
“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,” the article said. “He stated to his followers that he would post again when he settled on a new gun to purchase.”
The report said that the buyback program takes place in the parking lot – in the cars of the coordinators – because the building in which the coordinators work is a “gun-free zone.”
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