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aquareefer

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Date Signed Up:9/16/2011
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#11 - We redid our front door so the hinges are screwed in with 6 in…  [+] (2 replies) 02/27/2016 on (untitled) 0
#13 - anon (02/27/2016) [-]
Nice. Now if only I could convince my old man that guns + dog does not equal home security.
#14 - aquareefer (02/27/2016) [-]
**aquareefer used "*roll picture*"**
**aquareefer rolled image**I would wait for your own house.
#4 - My house has a 7 foot tall wooden fence that has in bedded raz…  [+] (8 replies) 02/26/2016 on (untitled) +2
#9 - anon (02/27/2016) [-]
Does the fence have locking gates or any points that could be easily bypassed?
How is the door construction? Is it something that a person could kick in or break with a sledgehammer?
#11 - aquareefer (02/27/2016) [-]
We redid our front door so the hinges are screwed in with 6 inch concrete screws through a 4 inch door frame. The lock on the door is a 5 inch bolt lock and the actual door plate that surrounds the lock is screwed in with 6 inch screws as well. Our back door is covered with bars as well; that too having a 5 inch bolt lock as well as a normal lock with the same 6 inch platelock screws. Our bolt lock is only accessible via key as we never go out that door. So the key is never placed in it, no chance for a glass break and reach around unlock. Our garage is separated from our main house by 3 doors. All fitted with bolts from said previous. And as for kicking it in or breaking it down with a a sledge hammer; that would be a no, since the door is made of solid oak (Makes for a heavy, sturdy door.) Me and my Fiancee are both ex military and current Law Enforcement, and shes 5 months pregnant. So I make sure my house security is damn near impossible to break.
#13 - anon (02/27/2016) [-]
Nice. Now if only I could convince my old man that guns + dog does not equal home security.
#14 - aquareefer (02/27/2016) [-]
**aquareefer used "*roll picture*"**
**aquareefer rolled image**I would wait for your own house.
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#6 - profkitty (02/27/2016) [-]
Could you detail the cage design some more i would like to do that in the future.
#8 - anon (02/27/2016) [-]
Keep in mind that a simple shatter-proof coating and some well-placed bushes can make a window difficult to enter without being visually apparent. Also keep in mind that your goal probably isn't impenetrability -- it's to make it such that it takes longer for somebody to get in than it takes for police to arrive (get an alarm so that that timer starts as early as possible).
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#12 - aquareefer (02/27/2016) [-]
No. No one will get into my house. And if they do, they'll be faced with a German Shepard K9 and two armed off duty police officers.
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#7 - aquareefer (02/27/2016) [-]
Its a steel cage that goes half a foot away from the window each way. About 15 bars each cage. Whenever it's unhooked it can swing a full 180 degrees and meet the wall of my house. (In the case of a fire, I just pop it open and kick my window out.) My windows also play a vital roll as well, since theyre 1960s rollout window. So they open up to like a 40 degree angle.
#52 - Story time. >Day job is a police officer for the …  [+] (2 replies) 01/07/2016 on BFFs, they may kill ya +38
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#82 - aquareefer (01/07/2016) [-]
I have more stories if people want to hear them.
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#71 - xoyv (01/07/2016) [-]
did it for the vine tho