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best teft deturrent yet

Discussion in 'Safety & Security' started by merctracer, Oct 27, 2007.

  1. merctracer

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    i used a dremel tool to etch on the glass " vehicle protected by explosives" and i got one of those dummy grenades and modded it to be my gear shifter. nob.
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    it was an escort i had about 4 years ago. sadly it caught fire because of some punk ass kids.
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    now that's funny (the first post).
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    I would love an explosive lock or maybe electrocuting type cuz sum kids pryed off my lock with a mini crowbar so now I have to drive around with a sticker on the side of my car to cover this inch and a half hole on my door :mad:
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    get a pneumatic ram to fire and snap the poor basterds shin as he tries to open your door
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    i saw a thing on TV in germany a theif tries to get into a Beamer(its a demonstration) and it has a propane tank rigged to an alarm and no sound but it shoots fire out the sides of the under body 15 feet out thats a deturrent
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    I saw the same thing it was awsome. gives an all new class of security
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    Could do like me and rock a glock wherever you go (assuming you're in the U.S.) and use that as a theft deterrent.
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    I'd rather have my car stolen than own an unsafe Glock! :roll: Highest rate of inadvertent discharge of any gun manufacturer in the world. Oh and I carry everyday and usually I Open Carry.
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    Well mine is more of a cheapo Hi-point ghetto banger, but it's only dangerous in untrained hands.
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    If what you contend were true, then the US military would have Glocks. They don't and won't as the Glock is missing a most important item, it is called a "positive safety", so the gun can't be fire if the trigger is pulled, intensionally or otherwise while the safety is engaged. If training would prevent inadvertent discharges why do cops have such a high rate of discharges? They are trained way more than the average shooter.
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    Who said I'm the average shooter?
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    You think a Glock is a great firearm which means your knowledge of guns is extremely limited and that you listen to sales propaganda. But then on Gaston's grave stone it will say "He proved P.T. Barnum Right." :roll:
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    Bear do you ever make positive contributions to this forum? Thats a serious question by the way. Where did you "see" the_death_scort say anything about glocks being great firearms. And to make the assumption that his knowledge is extremely limited based on a statement that you made up in your head is a bit rediculous don't you think? For all you know he could have immense training in firearms and safety. OH WAIT, nevermind, you know everything there is to know about everything, sorry i would question you.

    You really should step down off your high horse sometime and join the rest of us. Its really not so bad down here.
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    ROFL DUDE, Awesome! No I'm a semi-experienced shooter, being prior Airborne and all. I mean that's all I did was run drills for 4 years. No biggie. I don't think Glock is anything short of Composite and blued steel. A real firearm IMO is a Kimber 1911. Base model is better than most fancy pants shit I see or get to shoot.
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    :) I think I just had an accident! Very nice! I love the full barrel but I haven't handled many of the smaller ones. I was issued an M9 and a M4A2 while I was downrange, I didnt care too much for the 9, but I loved the M4, I plan on getting another soon.
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    I was issued a 1911A1 and an M16, not an A1 but an M16 and it was a total POS. Three malfunctions in the first 3 outings in the jungle and a battlefield pick up AK served me well for the rest of that tour and the next. Only one malfunction and that was an improperly inserted mag, [​IMG] and if I ever get my hands on the moron, I'll smack him on the back of the head. :roll: Never get in a rush when reloading, just practice a lot so you can do it smoothly. I still have a dislike for the M16/M4 platform as a battle rifle. You know the Pentagon admits to a 40% failure rate for the platform in the sandbox and Afghanistan?

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    love them guns. im partial to ak's as well, way more reliable

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