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    Sam H. Smith, guild master with the Maine Blacksmith's Guild, cuts the barrel of a rifle using a chop saw with a cutting wheel at the Falmouth police station on Saturday. Unwanted firearms that were turned into the Falmouth Police Department were cut up and will be melted and converted to "products for peace." A Swedish group, Humanium Metal, teamed up with the Maine Gun Safety Coalition for the event, the first of its kind in the United States.

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    Cut up firearms are piled on the ground at the Falmouth Police Department on Saturday.

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    Sam H. Smith, guild master with the Maine Blacksmith's Guild, cuts the barrel of a rifle using a chop saw with a cutting wheel at the Falmouth Police Department on Saturday.

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    Sam H. Smith, guild master with the Maine Blacksmith's Guild, places a rifle into a chop saw with a cutting wheel at the Falmouth Police Department on Saturday.

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    Gallery: Swedish group, Falmouth police join forces to combat gun violence - Gregory A. Rec/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Sam H. Smith, guild master with the Maine Blacksmith's Guild, cuts the barrel of a rifle using a chop saw with a cutting wheel at the Falmouth Police Department on Saturday.

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