That didn't take long.
A New Albany gun buyback program ended in less than two hours Friday after police accepted about 250 firearms and ran out of money.
"We had a big turnout," said Maj. Keith Whitlow, a New Albany Police spokesman.
"If we do it again in the future, we can learn from our mistakes ... and try to get more people involved."
People were lined up hours before the buyback began, he said.