40%
Yes
60%
No
30%
Yes
43%
No
7%
Yes, but start with a voluntary buyback and ban on purchasing assault weapons before enforcing a mandatory buyback
8%
No, increase mental health and background checks instead
3%
Yes, and we should also demilitarize local police departments
6%
No, this is a violation of the 2nd amendment
3%
No, it should be voluntary with strong financial incentives instead

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 @8GNZSYY from Texas answered…4yrs4Y

Yes because it is not needed. There should be an option to use assault weapons “for fun” in gun ranges after a background check and mental health check

 @8M7HMYP from Nebraska answered…4yrs4Y

A buyback would not be as effective as it was in other countries because of the large gun to person ratio here in the U.S.

 @9MWHFY9 from Maryland answered…4wks4W

Yes, but start with a voluntary buyback and ban on purchasing semi-automatic rifles with large magazines before enforcing a mandatory buyback

 @8VD7KQTfrom Vermont answered…3yrs3Y

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