Gun Owners Give Back: LA Residents Return Guns After Newtown Tragedy

Hundreds of Americans voluntarily turn in guns in solidarity after recent school shooting.
0:52 | 12/26/12

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Transcript for Gun Owners Give Back: LA Residents Return Guns After Newtown Tragedy
One week -- we explored solution to the gun violence in this country tonight look at this winds of -- some stretching for blocks people -- guns turning to an end. For something in exchange ABC's Abbie Boudreau is there tonight. Good evening David this city of Los Angeles as holding a gun buyback program now they've been doing this for the past few years. But it's even more significant this year and light of the mass shootings in Connecticut. -- take a look all around me there are hundreds of cars just lining up. People wanting to sell back their guns the -- -- stretch around the block. Now if they turn -- a handgun a rifle or shotgun they get a hundred dollar gift card. -- they turn in an assault weapon an extra hundred dollars and David the purpose of this is to get guns off the streets. And -- most of the weapons here. We'll be destroyed.

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