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113 guns surrendered in gun buy back program
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Dozens of handguns are out of homes and off the streets of New York City.
The NYPD says that 113 weapons were surrendered in a gun buy-back program in Brooklyn earlier Saturday.
People turned in more than 34 semi-automatic pistols, one with extra ammunition clips.
Most of the guns, 56 of them, were revolvers.
One easily-concealed weapon, a five-shot "Palm Gun" was also brought in along with a single M-1 assault rifle.
Those who surrendered a handgun or assault rifle got $200.
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