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Kvisle said he had no trouble getting back his weapons from RCMP officers, whom he called courteous and professional. But the fact Mounties had taken hidden guns from his home on a partly populated street police were patrolling rankles him.
"What's next?" he said.
The Mounties said they seized firearms to prevent them from falling into the hands of burglars in vacated, unsecured areas.
Kvisle's guns must have been situated in open view, because it would have taken very little to uncover them, RCMP Sgt. Josee Valiquette said.
"If they happened to open a closet, it is in plain sight...these firearms were inappropriately secured," Valiquette said.
Kvisle said he's been told a civilian group that oversees the RCMP is reviewing his case.