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molonlabexx 04-20-2013 12:29 AM

martial law scenario
 
I know you have all heard the news in Boston. It is very sad that a Leo lost his life and innocents. I have been thinking about the police activity.

What would YOU do in a situation where they went door to door taking guns? Just curious. I'm not trying to collect a list of names (lol) but I am really pondering this. I mean we spend so much money in protecting ourselves and family for them to just take it all away. I don't care how many police are in my town during martial law, I still want to have a firearm to access. I'm sure they aren't going to position cops in each house. Again guys not trying to start a debate. Just want your wise input on how to handle a situation. I guess I personally would remain quiet. "Sorry officer, we voted for Obama and took biden's advice and got our shotgun taken away for firing two blasts in the air."

Edit- For those of you that are making comments that this post says that gun were taken, the second half was a SCENARIO S C E N A R I O Guns were not taken, martial law not declared but houses were searched lightly.

deadsp0t 04-20-2013 12:35 AM

They ain't coming in my house without a warrant, period. To me, martial law does not equate to coming in my house, taking my guns and setting up shop.. That scenario is exactly what the 2nd amendment is for.

molonlabexx 04-20-2013 12:40 AM

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Originally Posted by deadsp0t (Post 1220028)
They ain't coming in my house without a warrant, period. To me, martial law does not equate to coming in my house, taking my guns and setting up shop.. That scenario is exactly what the 2nd amendment is for.

I agree dead. This is a great plan and a sensible one. I just ponder in the Katrina martial law case.

deadsp0t 04-20-2013 12:45 AM

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Originally Posted by molonlabexx

I agree dead. This is a great plan and a sensible one. I just ponder in the Katrina martial law case.

Not exactly sure what you mean..?
That was kind of a unique situation where ppl were displaced(I won't even go there), and idiots were looting etc.. In that environment, if I'm not displaced I'm certainly locking down lol

molonlabexx 04-20-2013 12:49 AM

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Originally Posted by deadsp0t (Post 1220046)

Not exactly sure what you mean..?
That was kind of a unique situation where ppl were displaced(I won't even go there), and idiots were looting etc.. In that environment, if I'm not displaced I'm certainly locking down lol

I'm saying it was dramatic. It was a unique situation as you stated above. On the contrary, they were confiscating from high and dry gated communities. And what if your funs were taken and the looters took your house. Some people said they only took the unattended guns. I think they took then all.

deadsp0t 04-20-2013 12:54 AM

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Originally Posted by molonlabexx

I'm saying it was dramatic. It was a unique situation as you stated above. On the contrary, they were confiscating from high and dry gated communities. And what if your funs were taken and the looters took your house. Some people said they only took the unattended guns. I think they took then all.

I would take serious issue with that!!!!
I find it hard to believe gun owners would leave guns unattended, BUT with that said, we have found guns, nice guns left behind in foreclosed homes and in unpaid storage units.. Confusing to say the least.
In a situation like that I could see ppl that planned and left in plenty if time taking their guns/collections but people who waited till the last minute having to leave some behind. In the other hand gun collectors usually strike me as the type to plan ahead and leave in advance of a disaster they could see coming..
Ohhh I'm confused now :( lol

molonlabexx 04-20-2013 01:00 AM

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Originally Posted by deadsp0t (Post 1220056)

I would take serious issue with that!!!!
I find it hard to believe gun owners would leave guns unattended, BUT with that said, we have found guns, nice guns left behind in foreclosed homes and in unpaid storage units.. Confusing to say the least.
In a situation like that I could see ppl that planned and left in plenty if time taking their guns/collections but people who waited till the last minute having to leave some behind. In the other hand gun collectors usually strike me as the type to plan ahead and leave in advance of a disaster they could see coming..
Ohhh I'm confused now :( lol

:) yeah that makes sense. It is not responsible to leave guns anywhere without a lock on them.

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PanBaccha 04-20-2013 12:07 PM

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willshoum 04-20-2013 12:17 PM

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Originally Posted by molonlabexx (Post 1220035)
I agree dead. This is a great plan and a sensible one. I just ponder in the Katrina martial law case.

There was no martial law declared in N.O...........The cops decided to confiscate guns for thier protection. The only problem was, they were taking guns from honest citizens, and raiding the gun shops and stores that sold guns, then the weapons some how all disapeared.....Most made there way to Texas................:mad::mad::mad:


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