If you live in Essex County, you better get your "home-made shotguns" ready. 

Via NJ.com: 

If you would like to see less violence and fewer guns on the streets, the Essex County Bar Association wants you to put your money where your mouth is.

The group is working with the Essex County prosecutor to launch an unusual kind of gun buyback event that needs community members -- from residents to businesses and corporations -- to provide the money that will buy the weapons.

Attorney Matthew Adams, who is spearheading the association's efforts, is hoping donors will raise the $100,000 they expect officials to dole out to everyone who turns in weapons at the no-questions-asked event.

Essentially, your money is melting down firearms.

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