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Re: Door

Post by unsure » Sat Mar 24, 2018 10:18 pm

xplosiv1 wrote:
unsure wrote:have you considered the type of security door they put on empty houses . ... roperties/

thats actually a really good idea, I'm sure the local council wouldn't mind selling one if they had spare stock or even a used one.

go look for a rough council estate , i`m sure there will be some hanging around . ;)
YES i walked away mid sentence , you were boring me to death and my survival instincts kick in .

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Re: Door

Post by sniper 55 » Mon Mar 26, 2018 8:36 am

All good and safe... except a determined person with a hammer could get through the wall in minutes, or pull up the floorboards/roof and come in that way.
The door is only as strong and the weakest part of the building/bunker. Why spend days breaking through a "vault" door when theres maybe only a brick wall 6 foot away.
The best defence is being invisible, hard to beark in if they don't know you exist in the first place.

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Re: Door

Post by Bijela » Sat Apr 07, 2018 4:27 pm

Not forgetting that some events may change the landscape.

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