Lots of ammo, one gun turned in

More than 300 rounds of ammunition and one firearm have been turned in since
the Royal Cayman Islands Police ‘cash-for-guns’ programme started on 1 August.  

“Individuals have received remuneration for that,” RCIPS Superintendent
Marlon Bodden said Monday, 

Officers also noted one .380 cal. handgun had been turned in earlier in the
month.  

Police were offering $25 per 10 bullets received under the programme, so
payments from the fund established by the High Impact Media company will have
totalled somewhere around $825 thus far for the ammunition alone.  

Up to $200 was offered for each operational firearm turned in by 31 August,
including working pellet guns and air rifles, police said.  

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  1. You call 300 rounds a lot of ammo. That’s a few hours entertainment, and most people I know have ten times that. And only one gun in a week – way to go gunners … don’t give ’em up without a fight, or you will lose you’re right to own them.

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