Gun Buyback Crushes It This Year

Paul Curci crushes a gun turned in at the Goods for Guns Buyback event. (Photo courtesy of the Telegram & Gazette)

December 15 was a busy day at City Welding and Sheet Fabrication in Worcester, where owner Paul Curci was crushing the guns turned in at the 17th annual Goods for Guns Buyback. Individuals turning in guns also received gift cards supplied by UMass Memorial Health Care. With additional cities participating, the total number of guns collected increased from 825 last year to 1,234 this year. Michael Hirsh, MD, surgeon-in-chief of the Children’s Medical Center and co-founder of the Goods for Guns Buyback program, said, “The gun buyback program is a union of the blue coats and white coats to make our community safer. And, we do this without challenging anyone’s right to own firearms.” See the video and Read the Telegram & Gazette article.

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