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Old August 31, 2005, 10:44 AM   #26
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advice for apt

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That's NOT a good thing for being the protector of my homestead. I'm in an apartment (for now), top floor, and we can't install alarms, etc. I'm still learning accuracy with my firearm, although I do keep a mag loaded w/ JHP's and the weapon in the bedroom "just in case".
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Once I move to my house (the one I own now - long story), it has an alarm system (always wakes me up fast) and will be more easily defended, with all the bedrooms upstairs, etc.
You asked for tips?
Get a door bar, door jam, or whatever you want to call it.

No way a person can enter your house through the door.
If they climb up the side of the building, then you keep patio door closed with a a door bar also.

Google em.
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