Fifty-five guns, including a Soviet-era assault rifle, were turned in at Saturday's gun buy-back event.
The District Attorney and the NYPD will host the gun buy back program at St. Mary's Episcopal Church.
Raymond Kelly met with members of the Black, Latino and Asian Caucus after a rise in shootings.
Anyone turning in a working gun will get a $200 debit card; no questions asked.
Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver wants residents to be able to exchange guns for cash.
More than 100 guns were taken off the street Saturday during the NYPD's gun buy back program at two Harlem churches.
Owners turned in 350 firearms, with no questions asked.
Al Sharpton's National Action Network will organize two gun give-back events in Harlem in conjunction with the NYPD.
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