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Which of these would be best for home security?

Which of these would be best for home security?

Alarm   16% (2)
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Stun Gun/cattle prod   0% (0)
Dog   66% (8)
Movement detector lighting   8% (1)
Panic room   8% (1)
CCTV   0% (0)
Bars on the windows   0% (0)
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2008/05/17 22:28:24 (permalink)
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Which of these would be best for home security?

Just wondering what you think about this one. I'm sure they all have there merits but which do you think would be the single most useful thing to have for home security?

Any other suggestions are welcome except for guns, tanks, rocket launchers, anthrax etc.
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    JK2
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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:31:51 (permalink)
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    Just piss all over everything you own and let the scent do the job.

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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:35:37 (permalink)
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    The dog is a genius early warning system but does tend to sh.t on the lawn, which upsets me.
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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:35:48 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: JohnKerr2

    Just piss all over everything you own and let the scent do the job.


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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:36:32 (permalink)
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    Where is the army of Ninja option?

     
     
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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:44:23 (permalink)
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    stun gun, as it wont kill them, but will stun them whilst you call the police/beat them up

    cctv isnt very good because people can sneak behind them and spray them so they wont see anything, or just shoot them if they have a rifle and scope, unless they are inside the house aswell

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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:47:40 (permalink)
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    Dog

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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:49:58 (permalink)
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    A dog, the bigger the better.
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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:51:43 (permalink)
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    The weapons aren't really home security, they are for after the break in, so I would go for fortified doors and windows.
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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:52:52 (permalink)
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    C4 as a last resort.

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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:52:53 (permalink)
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    Having great neighbours is probably the best deterent and tbh there`s no one ideal thing, a combination of a few things is best, each home will have it`s strong and vulnerable points mate.

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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:53:58 (permalink)
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    get a german shepherd and train it up
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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:57:33 (permalink)
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    a dog isnt going to be much use after the robber stabs it.

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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:57:33 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: 2 the max

    stun gun, as it wont kill them, but will stun them whilst you call the police/beat them up

    cctv isnt very good because people can sneak behind them and spray them so they wont see anything, or just shoot them if they have a rifle and scope, unless they are inside the house aswell


    Classed as firearms, will get in major trouble for having one.

    Id go for some "Home Alone" style booby traps
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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 22:58:54 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: 2 the max

    a dog isnt going to be much use after the robber stabs it.



    Once watched police dogs take down a guy that had a gun. I think there were 3 of them. This was on internet of course.

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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 23:06:13 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: 2 the max

    a dog isnt going to be much use after the robber stabs it.


    But a dog can tell you that a robber is outside your window trying to get in.

    Then you stab the robber.
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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/17 23:13:15 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: MJH


    ORIGINAL: 2 the max

    stun gun, as it wont kill them, but will stun them whilst you call the police/beat them up

    cctv isnt very good because people can sneak behind them and spray them so they wont see anything, or just shoot them if they have a rifle and scope, unless they are inside the house aswell


    Classed as firearms, will get in major trouble for having one.

    Id go for some "Home Alone" style booby traps

    i know but he didnt say it had to be legal..thats just the one i picked out of the list.

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    RE: Which of these would be best for home security? 2008/05/18 00:15:35 (permalink)
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    a nice big rottie would be great home security

    post edited by stone14 - 2008/05/18 00:16:00

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