As far as I can tell, gun buyback programs are the only "gun control" policies that manage to be:
* Market-driven; and
Plus, they're not reliant on Washington legislators or bureaucrats. Doesn't that amount to a slam dunk case for everyone to support them, starting right now? Especially given the alternatives we're hearing from the house-to-house-confiscation crowd on the one hand, and the arm-the-teachers crowd on the other?