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    Best door i ever saw on a block safe ( double garage ) was the big steel door from a bank safe complete with emblem. And what was within was legendary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timattalon View Post
    Getting back to the original topic, another couple of points to consider with a strong room, is a safe within a safe, So put you gun safe in there. then Alarm the access points. (Reed switch n the door, PIR in the room and to go one step further a reed on the safe cabinet as well.) Some alarms will text you when the alarm. One I looked at has a bell function that EVERY time the particular sensor is activated, it chirps / emails you to say the room is being accessed whether the alarm is on or not. To stop it sending the alert, you swipe a rfid card across a concealed sensor before entry. That way if you are forced to open it under duress an email is sent to someone you can rely on, to say someone is in there and that it needs attention.

    Concealed game cameras are another good addition as are surveillance cameras.....call the cops and say "This cnut just stole my firearms- I have his photo - you had better find him before I do, and I WILL BE LOOKING so you had better look too...." and see if they respond .
    Nah, just post the images up on facebook or youtube with a $200 reward for whoever accurately identifies them first. Just word it in a way to avoid prejudicing any prosecution:

    "This is from my indoor CCTV around the time of a burglary. The people in it may be entirely innocent passers by, but may have seen something."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cordite View Post
    Nah, just post the images up on facebook or youtube with a $200 reward for whoever accurately identifies them first. Just word it in a way to avoid prejudicing any prosecution:

    "This is from my indoor CCTV around the time of a burglary. The people in it may be entirely innocent passers by, but may have seen something. And the armfuls of my stuff might have come from somewhere else, maybe they shop at the same places I do....."

    Fixed it for you......

    You are quite right of course. We cannot presume guilt on the part of the burglar just because they were seen at the scene of a crime at about the time it happened. Besides Cahills' lot will probably say it is actually the license holders fault for having firearms- if you didnt have them they would not get stolen......

 

 

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