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post #11 of (permalink) Old 09-29-2005, 02:29 PM
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Re: what is up with people

...But lights seem to get stolen alot. Do you guys have any tips as to how to keep theifs from getting my offroad lights off?...

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These work pretty well against the casual thief;


And if you have an alarm system, this will tie the lights into your alarm system;


Neither will stop a determined thief, but they might keep the opportunists at bay.
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That's exactly why they make large caliber handguns.
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I do agree on that one.
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kids are not getting hit enough there is the problem
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post #15 of (permalink) Old 09-30-2007, 09:59 AM
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and that was just this month! is crime going up or somthing in the past year cuz my naborhood was a quite place till this summer now we have to lock the doors.

just venting i guess...
Bringing back an old thread.
Usually when this happens you have moved into a new neighborhood....OR someone new has moved into yours....

Had a problem at my last neighborhood, a couple guys were trying to get in the house without knocking on the front door. So I fired my 41mag through the window screen, putting a round right at their feet and asked them to never, ever, set foot on my property again.
And we all seemed to come to an agreement quickly and I never had any more trouble from then on.
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That's awsome, but most of the time you don't know you are being robbed when it is happening, because the crook probably wouldn't be doing it in the first place. Well, except for the most determined ones with guns of their own. About kids getting hit, I guess you have the right to choose how to be a parent, but I think that it doesn't work at the least, and will cause violence in the future from the child.
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The economy s going down. Just last month some guy stole my dad's company's 25-foot trailer, full of equipment
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harder financial times means more CRIME
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