I Lost My Guns in a Boat Accident
We were on a nice boat trip with our family. Its been hot recently and there has been a lot of rain so the water was really high. We were going along when all of the sudden, just like that, the boat capsized. I tumbled down the wooden stairs but I grabbed onto the gun rack and saved myself. I was able to hold on to my guns and I managed to stay above water. I survived but my brother and the others drowned. My hand is really sore from where I was holding on for dear life. When the people who own the boat came back, they told me that someone had stolen all of my guns and they sold them in a yard sale. They also said there were two guys in prison because they were hiding them out at an old abandoned house. I was able to see them in the newspaper because they had committed a crime. I have been trying to get my guns back but the cops told me that it was kind of useless. I know that a lot of people will say that I should give up, but I’m not going to quit.
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I Lost My Guns in a Boat Accident
When you lose your guns in a boating accident you want to know what to do. Unfortunately it could be quite the same as losing your car keys. I tried hard to remember where the relevant spot was on the boat but I couldn’t find it. On top of that there was all the other stuff on board – drinks and food and bottles of wine and beer. Thankfully, this right here is where my boats gun was kept! I turned around and saw it lying dead on the floor like it wasn’t worth anything. The last thing I would have expected would happen – being arrested by police officers for committing an indecent act with a weapon that’s now sitting on the
When you see that old abandoned house you might not even be able to find your own guns. You take out your gun, and try shooting the door down. You could turn around, go back to your boat and wait for the police to arrive. Even if they do come you’ll get in trouble for having a gun. I don’t want to imagine what would have happened if there had been two guys in the abandoned house. I guess there are just a lot of unlucky factors when it comes to losing your guns in an accident like that. The only thing you can do is hope that one day they’re going to be returned to you in good condition.
This is the gun that belongs to my friend and I lost it in a boating accident. The last thing I would have expected would happen – being arrested by police officers for committing an indecent act with a weapon that’s now sitting on the floor of [invalid geocoordinates, copyright]
I heard this story through a friend who is also an ex-marine. He was telling me that somebody he knows lost his guns in a boating accident, and he asked him what to do. He said there was a lot of stuff on board, but he could remember where the gun was kept. He turned around, looking underwater and all over the boat, but there was no sign of it. He thought that he had lost all his guns in an accident, and drove himself crazy looking for them. But the most important thing he learned from this experience is that losing your guns in an accident should be part of your everyday life. Because if you keep this up until your gun finds its way back to you, one day it will end with a revolver in your hand coming out of that same house you were looking at all that time ago.”
-L. Brieux, June 13, 2017.