Is it really called gun “buyback”? Exploring the definition of buyback and its pitfalls


There are many articles and posts out on the internet that dives in to the foolishness of such anti self-defense and anti Second Amendment propaganda programs for the fools who are willing to hand in their alienable rights to Big Daddy for a false sense of security and funds. This article will focus on one small aspect which is the definition of buyback and a summery of this anti-gun tactic.

What is the word buyback?
Taken from the dictionary (dictionary.com and dictionary.cambridge.org) noun
1) The buying of something that one previously sold.
2) Any arrangement to take back something as a condition of a sale, as by a supplier who agrees to purchase its customer’s goods.
3) The act of buying something from the same person you sold it to, especially an offer by a company to buy shares of its own stock from shareholders

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