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Old December 8, 2012, 08:05 PM   #13
bfskinnerpunk
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Yes, I know it sounds paranoid.

Among other problems with a burglarized, gun home, is that not only are the weapons stolen (financial loss), but you have now ARMED A BAD GUY!

It's just a bad thing all around. And as I have said, any clue that there might be weapons in the house (and empty holster is seen) could easily lead to massive damage to the home's interior as the guys ransack the place to find them.

I am beginning to consider a narrow, tall safe for one of the closets, though. Advantage: they are convenient and fairly inexpensive....and I can deliver and move them myself.

It is has to be VERY difficult to remove though. Small safes don't have the massive weight to deter them from carrying it away.... so the safe will need to be bolted into the wall AND nearly impossible to tug and pry away from the wall.

If I were to buy a big heavy safe, then there is the extra issue of hauling that SOB around when I move!
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