Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly says nearly 7,700 guns have been recovered since the start of New York City's buy-back program.
It's being offered again Saturday, at New Jerusalem Baptist Church in Jamaica, Queens.
Kelly announced the program with Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown and State Sen. Malcolm Smith.
People with guns -- legal or illegal -- get $200 bank cards for turning them in. No questions are asked.
It's funded by a public-private partnership.
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