“If you sell it to a gun shop, they’re going to sell it to someone else, and is that really achieving the goal? I don’t have it anymore, but somebody else does.
“At some point, we each have to be held accountable for our individual actions. If I drive slower, it doesn’t mean I’m going to stop car accidents, but I don’t have to perpetuate and be a part of it.
“There’s not a limited number of guns ― they’re not diamonds. You could destroy guns all day long and it would not impact the guns in society, so why can’t we have this discussion?” – Army veteran Shane Hooper in an interview with Huffington Post, Some Americans Want to Give Up Their Guns – But it’s Complicated