Perhaps the ePlaya or the Playa isn't where you should be drawing this weird line in the sand?
You keep referring to simple, blind, rhetoric that doesn't have a lick of real-life application beyond the need to justify being armed wherever you go.
When Taylor Mitchell, 19, was attacked while she was hiking alone in Cape Breton Highlands Park, Nova Scotia superior Canadians heard her screaming for help. ... So they ran away and got a Park Ranger ( OMG a man with a gun) who promptly shot the animals attacking her.
And yet you don't understand that animal attacks happen with equal rarity in the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave even though people like you keep pushing for the general armament of their populace.
Setting a gun policy is the right of the people running a private event and it personally makes me feel a bit more secure knowing that people who can't even piece together a cogent argument aren't armed while at the event.
As I've mentioned in another place on this board, I have experience dealing with unwelcome firearms at events, and I can assure you that unless the people you're dealing with are completely unbalanced, simply asking gun owners to leave their guns at the door or in police custody does actually work.
Or are you going to start talking again about the well-armed crazed gunman at the gates? Shouldn't this kind of thing never happen? Doesn't your gun control laws stop insane people from having weapons? Aren't all people who have weapons law-abiding citizens?
Maybe your problem isn't that there isn't enough gun-freedom-- If you're that concerned about crazed gun-nuts. Maybe your problem actually is that there isn't enough gun control.
I might see if I can volunteer for gate next year...