Letter: Less talk, more action in solving gun problem | Letters | buffalonews.com

2022-06-26 20:43:31 By : JACK YAO

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Instead of endless debate over the cause of our repeated mass killings, how about some concrete action? Why doesn’t the federal government initiate a voluntary buy back program for military style assault weapons like the AR-15? It could be in the form of cash, or a pre-paid gas debit card. The weapons collected could be sent to Ukraine. We have too many weapons, they have too few. A win/win situation all the way around. If it doesn’t work, we’re no worse off than we are now.

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