with more crime and poor people, i am sure in the future we are going to be seeing more companys installing these...hell i might even get into this.
food for thought.
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Really I just want to have a laugh, install a false bookshelf that opens when you pull a certain book. Followed by a false wall that can only be opened via some sort of biometrics and code
locking yourself in a secure room when someone is "shopping" at your home basically gives them the go ahead to browse at their leisure.
ARF-GEF wrote:What an interesting topic 10ringo, thanks for starting it!
If any of you get into building one could he psot some tips or guidlines? I would be so curious.
Have you considered having the walls made by bircks? Like here where I live all the walls are laid out of brick and I think, though I probably can1T withstand concetraded high caliber fire it can reasonably withstand gunfire. (Even longer barreled guns.) How do I know well the walls in many buildings are just like they were in the 50's and then many walls easily withstood the machine guns of the soviet troops who moved in to supress the revolution against the communist rule.
Anyway that would be worth taking a look at, it might easily be cheaper than fancy stuff.Really I just want to have a laugh, install a false bookshelf that opens when you pull a certain book. Followed by a false wall that can only be opened via some sort of biometrics and codelocking yourself in a secure room when someone is "shopping" at your home basically gives them the go ahead to browse at their leisure.
rai wrote:I don't think that the secure room is really only for people who are hunted by criminals like jodi foster,
Schlage lock company as far back as the early 70's was reccommending installing a deadbolt on a closet door for certain items, that was before the gunsafes were made.
If you live in some community in oklahoma, you might want someplace built to withstand high winds.....
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