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City plans a retooled buyback of guns

Exchange may offer gift cards instead of cash

Mattapan police displayed guns in 1996 at their station that were turned in to authorities.
By Suzanne Smalley
Globe Staff / April 15, 2006

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The City of Boston and community groups plan to launch a gun buyback program as early as next month that may offer gift cards instead of cash to people who turn in weapons, community leaders and a police spokeswoman said yesterday. (Full article: 1175 words)

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