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Thread in 'Firearms Chat' started by LARGO9, Jan 9, 2017.
It was Hilary
Maybe they broke into his house, found the safe and noticed nobody was home and left and watched it and noticed nobody ever came home so they went back in and took their time with the safe getting it out. Idk how nobody saw this unless you can't see your neighbors
So property owners should be ashamed when a Thugass Hood rat comes on their property, committing a felon by entering the property owners vehicle, and steals something?
If your belongings get stolen, it's your own damn fault. You shouldn't own anything that anyone else would desire. Blame the victim.
Ah, I see, you were kidding.
I'm a little slow and didn't get it the first time....
There are better ways to secure your weapons than a safe.
Take them all to a pawn shop, then collect them when you get back?
Share your ideas, Buddy. I thought using a safe was prudent. I have a safe, but am always looking for a better way to secure my stuff in my absence.
My guns stayed right where I left them when I was out of the country for 18 months. Like anything else, nothing is full proof. No matter what you do, some POS is going to figure out how to take what does not belong to him.
Please, do share.
May a thousand camel flies infest their genital regions and never leave. Then be plagued with the worst of pest for the rest of their miserable thieving lives. Glory to God in the highest.