The Armed Citizen Project is providing guns to single women and urban poor rather than destroying the guns like most government buyback programs.
Kyle Coplen, the Armed Citizen Project’s founder, said, “We see this as a buyback we can believe in, one that removes old and unused firearms from homes of existing gun owners, and uses them to create new responsible gun owners in our own communities.”
After background checks are performed on potential new gun owners, the Armed Citizen Project provides training in addition to guns.
The group accepts both monetary and firearm donations.
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The Armed Citizen Project is providing guns to single women and urban poor rather than…
by Personal Defense World / Aug 16, 2013