No. The issue is due process. Say a guy has a big fight with his girl friend and she goes yelling he made threats against her, he has a bunch of guns and she needs a restraining order. So the judge, to be safe, orders one. The cops go to the guys house and takes his guns. Then it turns out he never made a threat at all. But it will take him weeks, if not months to get cleared and get his guns back. No due process at all except AFTER the fact. Look at New Orleans as a major example. Katrina hit, the Mayor, without court order or any kind of legal authority, has the cops and National Guard going door to door confiscating guns. It took years to resolve it and by the time most people got their guns back, they were rusted junk. IMHO if you do not have something that you can arrest the guy for or can stick a Baker hold on him then he should be able to keep his guns.