posted on Jun, 28 2013 @ 09:08 PM
reply to post by anon4m05
With half there houses under water and a lot of there possessions likely gone or useless I think the denizens of this Canadian town has bigger worries
for right now then there guns, which they left behind because of the watter. During such events things tend to get hectic, I dont see much of that
happening but you never know, add guns into the mix and things get more complicated. If they don't get there guns back like the Stephen Harper
character prime minister or whoever he is said they would, then it may be time to make a big fuss about it, or sue for damages and theft.
Till then your not likely to need your gun when your family and house is under water. Things tend to get hectic and desperate under such situations
its better not to add more fuel to the fire. And to the guy who said he will take everything with him under the event of such a situation, what are
you going to do strap the TV and the fridge to your back and doggy paddle out of there shooting fish along the way, sure you can take your gun, but it
will likely be more smart to take something like some camping gear and essentials for roughing it out for a few weeks or months or who knows what. Or
better yet your case and credit cards because your likely to be spending some time in hotels government makeshift camps, or it may be time to visit
your long lost cousins, or who knows what, and who know what else. Water can do some messy damage to such buildings, even when they get back the last
thing on there mind would be there guns as they would have to rebuild damages and clean up, and if guns are on there minds it better be for hunting
game or something.
I don't know a likely scenario, maybe the Canadian government does not trust its own citizens. Or maybe there just taking precautions, or maybe its
all one big plot to steal your guns. Who knows, who cares.