I'm still bemused by all the "assets" they grabbed at that bank - because a couple of the customers had boxes. So, naturally you seize EVERYONE's stashes..
I'd gladly go into business with you$200 for ghost guns... What's the cheapest "ghost gun" a person can buy / make? Time to start planning an annual trip to Santa Clara county...
They have taken in 500 guns over the last 5 years and according to the article each event costs $75,000 to $100K due to having to pay county staff and law enforcement overtime. Sounds like the biggest benefactors are the county employees raking in easy overtime pay.
5 ghost guns at $200 each. I bring 5, my wife brings 5, and we'll gross $2,000. I could plan a vacation around that... We could plan a 1911 Forum get together out there and Santa Clara County would be footing the bill.I'd gladly go into business with you
Come on now!! The weather in Silicon Valley is GREAT.I owned a business and worked in that county for over 30 years. That is one of THE most liberal, anti 2A, woke places on earth!. It ranges from Palo Alto with a bunch of million/billionaires to South San Jose which craphole haven of illegal immigrants.
Nothing about that entire area is good. It literally is impossible to get a CCW permit, unless you have bribed the sheriff, which she got busted for.
Here in Kentucky, the seized firearms are sold off to dealers at an auction, though some in the legislature are trying to get that stopped. I got a nice 5" Smith M-27 that way.......... I was working at a gunshop at the time, and the boss got in a bunch of confiscated guns. Most were craponastick, but that M-27 caught my eye, and I snapped it up.I don't remember were but, some police departments were selling the functional guns bought in the buy backs, so they can buy more guns with that money, that makes a LOT of sense.