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People Actually Traded These Homemade Guns for Cash at Gun Buybacks [PICS]

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Gun buyback programs promise cash for guns, no questions asked.

Some entrepreneurs got crafty and made these “guns” to turn in for some fast cash.

Spend a few dollars on pipes and grab some junk wood, and you too can make these interesting creations. This homemade shotgun is a rare one indeed. Have you ever seen a “Glock & Wesson” collaboration? It might just be the first of its kind.

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Here is a whole pile of these money makers. Various brands are represented, as stated written on these “beautiful” hardwood stocks. A slam fire shotgun takes very little time to build and is ultra cheap. The gun makers can make $50 or more per gun, and it can add up quickly.

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Who says a homemade slam fire shotgun isn’t classy? This one says “Browning Nationale,” which assures you of the quality.

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This little gem is said to have earned a $100 gift card at a gun buyback. It looks like they were underpaid.

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These entrepreneurs can attest to the validity of gun buyback programs. What better way to use taxpayer money?

People Actually Traded These Homemade Guns for Cash at Gun Buybacks [PICS]