More about 'coup' than hunting
November 6, 2019
The government of Trinidad and Tobago recently banned the importation and use of crossbows in that Caribbean nation.
It’s a pre-emptive measure.
Although there haven’t been any murders or assaults involving crossbows in T&T, officials there aren’t taking any chances.
“If criminals knew the effectiveness (of crossbows) – and thank God they didn’t – then things may have been worse,” said police Sgt. David Swanson.
Stupid criminals. They must not hunt.
Until the ban, crossbows were a popular weapon in the islands for hunting iguana, armadillo, and various rodents, all of which...