A WWII Japanese rifle. Such a waste of a historical item. At the very least it should be placed in a museum but instead its destined to be destroyed.
Not to start another gun/anti gun thread but it just saddens me how people can turn their backs on history. Just think of how that rifle came to be in the US, more than likely as a war souvenir who's owner probably felt they more than earned that rifle for the price that was payed. To me destroying that rifle is disrespectful to that Vet who managed to survive the Pacific Theater.
And of course it was a Japanese Assault Rifle, complete with bolt action.
As for the rest of the guns turned in, I can care less about them. If I don't want someone telling me how to use mine I surely don't want to do the same to others. Besides if they turned them in, the probably shouldn't have had them to begin with.