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Dan Cappellazzo/staff photographer IT COUNTS: Niagara Falls Police Detective Joe Faso pays Joe Marinello for a BB rifle he and his daughter Adriani, 7, brought to the Ontario Street fire station during the city's first gun buy-back program. Detective Thomas Licata holds the rifle and Detective Joe Giaquinto records the make and model of the firearm. About 140 guns were taken off the streets Saturday afternoon.

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