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Old 10-07-2012, 08:27   #22
K. Foster
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Any petty thief with a hack saw and 15 minutes of access can cut through chains and padlocks. That’s assuming he doesn’t want to cut and bend the aluminum carry handle. If he brought bolt cutters, it will be much quicker.
For the record, I’m not saying don’t use security devices. What I am saying is be aware of their limitations. (Sorry that was lost on you Matt) Gun safes can be defeated as well but it takes more time, knowledge and specialized tools than the average criminal brings to a burglary.
When I buy a rifle, being able to chain it to a tree is not a feature I look for.

Originally Posted by Matthew Courtney View Post
Come to think of it, readily accessible firearms would be a great idea for unsupervised kids to have ready acCess to as well, so let's just all leave our AR's lying around unsecured. Don't forget to leave them loaded, so the kiddies can begin teaching one another about ballistics right away!
Just another childish rant.
An amateur trains until he gets it right, a professional trains until he can't get it wrong.

Last edited by K. Foster; 10-07-2012 at 14:20..
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