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    sad...


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    Okay, make some mono filament trip wires 9" above the ground and strong enough to keep a dog or small animal from tripping. Connect to a tape recorder with an omni directional mike and a covert camera that will work with no more than 4 footcandles of light.... Since you can't use Claymore's.
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    It sucks that in this country and in this day and age you have to put up with that kind of crap. As the police have been of no help and are not likely too be in the future, and the perps seem to be an entire family of dirtbags, I would be thinking 12 ga. w/00 buck and a drop gun to prove armed robbery. You would be doing society a great service and protecting what's yours. I would think after you got one or two of them, they would get the message. You should never have to move because you are harrassed or feel threatened.

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    Holy crap! Nope don't think thats an option ha. The only way is to cut losses on house and move. It sux but not worth going to prison...

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    Piezzo horn tied into a motion alarm, hardwired across the garage. Those things will wake the dead. BG won't even want to be anywhere near the horn - they hurt like hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patti View Post
    Set up a booby trap:

    Shotgun Alarm Signal Trip Wire

    Of course, you'll have to clean up the mess after the intruder pisses in his pants.

    Very, very, illegal.

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