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Posted: 8/9/2014 8:30:25 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/9/2014 9:55:53 PM EDT by dalle0001]
So I acquired a lot of new handguns and rifle. I started off with a nice 1720 pelican that can fit everything with a gun sock. No cut out, just foams from top to bottom to protect it.

Over the years, I acquired some new gear and as such my pelican case is now really messy with some handguns stacking on top of each other. Is this safe to do? As in it would bend or otherwise damage the firearm? My guess is that there might be scratches and stuff but the sock will protect from that. Only concern is the padding might bend something.

Anyone got a really messy/cluttered pelican case?

Also, no safe and probably won't ever buy one. I got a evadry and gun sock and it's been working for years. Keep it in the closet and thus far after a few years haven't had any rust issues. Got a lock on it and got it chained to a well placed item. It's not going anywhere without some tools to cut it.

Edit: I should also add that I rarely move it. To get to the range, I got my range bag. I have the pelican to move around in easily in case I have to. But otherwise it's stationary for a long time.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 8:32:53 PM EDT
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 8:32:58 PM EDT
Nice of you to put all your guns in one box for the burglars.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 8:33:39 PM EDT
... putting guns on top of each other will not bend them, unless one is heavy enough to actually bend metal or very strong polymer.

if you are against safes look at a gun cabinet, they can be had for under $200
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 8:36:48 PM EDT
Assuming they break the chain, lock, and be able to do it while the alarm is ringing, I think I am safe. If they manage to get away with it, assuming they know where to look in a pretty big area, I would take it out to the car for them.

In any event, even with a safe, couldn't they just pick up the safe and leave with it? I would guess that a safe is easier to spot. In any event, the problem isn't a safe or not.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 8:39:12 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/9/2014 8:39:49 PM EDT by dalle0001]
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... putting guns on top of each other will not bend them, unless one is heavy enough to actually bend metal or very strong polymer.

if you are against safes look at a gun cabinet, they can be had for under $200
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Okay I guess I shall find out here after a while. Hopefully the foam will allow for it to be tight but not crushing tight.

I'll probably get uncomfortable after a while and attempt to find alternatives or just get the cabinet or another pelican.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 8:40:59 PM EDT
Fucking 13..
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 8:41:57 PM EDT
just buy another case

Jesus
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 8:42:01 PM EDT
Sounds like you need a safe
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 8:42:23 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By DuraToTheMax:
Fucking 13..
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QFTMFT
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:04:54 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:
Assuming they break the chain, lock, and be able to do it while the alarm is ringing, I think I am safe. If they manage to get away with it, assuming they know where to look in a pretty big area, I would take it out to the car for them.

In any event, even with a safe, couldn't they just pick up the safe and leave with it? I would guess that a safe is easier to spot. In any event, the problem isn't a safe or not.
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A proper safe is usually too heavy to move (size dependent) and even if it is light enough to be carried it should be anchored to something. Someone tossing your house in a burglary is going to find that Pelican case, guaranteed.

ETA: Go visit the safe forum, you obviously have zero experience in this arena and it's showing.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:18:24 PM EDT
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A proper safe is usually too heavy to move (size dependent) and even if it is light enough to be carried it should be anchored to something. Someone tossing your house in a burglary is going to find that Pelican case, guaranteed.

ETA: Go visit the safe forum, you obviously have zero experience in this arena and it's showing.
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:
Assuming they break the chain, lock, and be able to do it while the alarm is ringing, I think I am safe. If they manage to get away with it, assuming they know where to look in a pretty big area, I would take it out to the car for them.

In any event, even with a safe, couldn't they just pick up the safe and leave with it? I would guess that a safe is easier to spot. In any event, the problem isn't a safe or not.


A proper safe is usually too heavy to move (size dependent) and even if it is light enough to be carried it should be anchored to something. Someone tossing your house in a burglary is going to find that Pelican case, guaranteed.

ETA: Go visit the safe forum, you obviously have zero experience in this arena and it's showing.


Alright, so I have lived in this house that did get broken into. Each inch of the house was tossed by the burglar. My guns were completely safe and unfound in this attempt. The only things that were taken were whatever was visible and a few things in the closets.

Given that I was gone for a long time and the amount of stuff taken, the burglar came in multiple times, probably and even used a laundry basket/suitcases to carry out the goods. I was really surprised the guns weren't taken and untouched. It lead me to believe that my method of hiding it was effective enough. The amount of damage I suffered was close to 6k worth. Thankfully I have insurance. The really funny thing here is the suitcase he/she grabbed to carry out goods were very near where I had the pelican case.

The only upgrade I made since this attack was getting an alarm and security door installed. Nothing has happened since.

But yeah I guess only one person actually attempted to answer my question. I guess that's what I get for asking for public opinion and I guess in the end I should just go with my guts.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:21:36 PM EDT
I smell a familiar smell...
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Not sure what you mean? Is this some sort of joke that goes around the forum? In any event I guess this is a way for people to not answer serious questions.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:34:53 PM EDT
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Not sure what you mean? Is this some sort of joke that goes around the forum? In any event I guess this is a way for people to not answer serious questions.
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:
Originally Posted By DuraToTheMax:
I smell a familiar smell...


Not sure what you mean? Is this some sort of joke that goes around the forum? In any event I guess this is a way for people to not answer serious questions.

Benefit of the doubt answer:

You can get a decent safe for well under $1k. If you like owning guns, want to keep your guns and plan on buying more, it's a necessary investment. Your house has been robbed before? You're an idiot if you don't buy one, or think a home security system will keep your shit safe while you're gone. Home alarms regularly go off for multiple reasons other than forced entry, so much so that they're very low priority for police. My neighbor had one, came out of my garage one morning around 9 to it sounding off, walked over and shut her front door for her. Was working on my truck around 4pm when the PD showed up.

Buy a safe, rest easy. People might find your safe, but they won't find your guns.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:38:50 PM EDT
Maybe we don't understand the point of a pelican if you are just going to stack them in there. If they are handguns, use the factory cases?? I'm a bit confused myself.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:38:58 PM EDT
13ers being 13ers
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:40:55 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By DuraToTheMax:

Benefit of the doubt answer:

You can get a decent safe for well under $1k. If you like owning guns, want to keep your guns and plan on buying more, it's a necessary investment. Your house has been robbed before? You're an idiot if you don't buy one, or think a home security system will keep your shit safe while you're gone. Home alarms regularly go off for multiple reasons other than forced entry, so much so that they're very low priority for police. My neighbor had one, came out of my garage one morning around 9 to it sounding off, walked over and shut her front door for her. Was working on my truck around 4pm when the PD showed up.

Buy a safe, rest easy. People might find your safe, but they won't find your guns.
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Originally Posted By DuraToTheMax:
Originally Posted By dalle0001:
Originally Posted By DuraToTheMax:
I smell a familiar smell...


Not sure what you mean? Is this some sort of joke that goes around the forum? In any event I guess this is a way for people to not answer serious questions.

Benefit of the doubt answer:

You can get a decent safe for well under $1k. If you like owning guns, want to keep your guns and plan on buying more, it's a necessary investment. Your house has been robbed before? You're an idiot if you don't buy one, or think a home security system will keep your shit safe while you're gone. Home alarms regularly go off for multiple reasons other than forced entry, so much so that they're very low priority for police. My neighbor had one, came out of my garage one morning around 9 to it sounding off, walked over and shut her front door for her. Was working on my truck around 4pm when the PD showed up.

Buy a safe, rest easy. People might find your safe, but they won't find your guns.



Thanks for the advice. May I ask where in my answer did you think I was joking or that this was a joke? I'm a bit curious how this topic got completely derailed. Maybe I should have just asked the same question differently?

Little surprised that a simple question leads to a problem of an entire generation of people... ??
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:43:51 PM EDT
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Alright, so I have lived in this house that did get broken into. Each inch of the house was tossed by the burglar. My guns were completely safe and unfound in this attempt. The only things that were taken were whatever was visible and a few things in the closets.

Given that I was gone for a long time and the amount of stuff taken, the burglar came in multiple times, probably and even used a laundry basket/suitcases to carry out the goods. I was really surprised the guns weren't taken and untouched. It lead me to believe that my method of hiding it was effective enough. The amount of damage I suffered was close to 6k worth. Thankfully I have insurance. The really funny thing here is the suitcase he/she grabbed to carry out goods were very near where I had the pelican case.

The only upgrade I made since this attack was getting an alarm and security door installed. Nothing has happened since.

But yeah I guess only one person actually attempted to answer my question. I guess that's what I get for asking for public opinion and I guess in the end I should just go with my guts.
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:
Assuming they break the chain, lock, and be able to do it while the alarm is ringing, I think I am safe. If they manage to get away with it, assuming they know where to look in a pretty big area, I would take it out to the car for them.

In any event, even with a safe, couldn't they just pick up the safe and leave with it? I would guess that a safe is easier to spot. In any event, the problem isn't a safe or not.


A proper safe is usually too heavy to move (size dependent) and even if it is light enough to be carried it should be anchored to something. Someone tossing your house in a burglary is going to find that Pelican case, guaranteed.

ETA: Go visit the safe forum, you obviously have zero experience in this arena and it's showing.


Alright, so I have lived in this house that did get broken into. Each inch of the house was tossed by the burglar. My guns were completely safe and unfound in this attempt. The only things that were taken were whatever was visible and a few things in the closets.

Given that I was gone for a long time and the amount of stuff taken, the burglar came in multiple times, probably and even used a laundry basket/suitcases to carry out the goods. I was really surprised the guns weren't taken and untouched. It lead me to believe that my method of hiding it was effective enough. The amount of damage I suffered was close to 6k worth. Thankfully I have insurance. The really funny thing here is the suitcase he/she grabbed to carry out goods were very near where I had the pelican case.

The only upgrade I made since this attack was getting an alarm and security door installed. Nothing has happened since.

But yeah I guess only one person actually attempted to answer my question. I guess that's what I get for asking for public opinion and I guess in the end I should just go with my guts.


Dude, its not that only one person attempted to answer your question. You only got one answer that didn't critique your current method of firearm safekeeping. Not the same thing.

There are lots of people on here who have a vast combined experience level that really can't be rivaled anywhere. We're not going to steer you wrong and it's safe to say if the general consensus is you should change your game plan, chances are, you should change it.

If you don't want to hear it, then dont come ask the question.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:45:27 PM EDT
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Dude, its not that only one person attempted to answer your question. You only got one answer that didn't critique your current method of firearm safekeeping. Not the same thing.

There are lots of people on here who have a vast combined experience level that really can't be rivaled anywhere. We're not going to steer you wrong and it's safe to say if the general consensus is you should change your game plan, chances are, you should change it.

If you don't want to hear it, then dont come ask the question.
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:
Originally Posted By RJeff21:
Originally Posted By dalle0001:
Assuming they break the chain, lock, and be able to do it while the alarm is ringing, I think I am safe. If they manage to get away with it, assuming they know where to look in a pretty big area, I would take it out to the car for them.

In any event, even with a safe, couldn't they just pick up the safe and leave with it? I would guess that a safe is easier to spot. In any event, the problem isn't a safe or not.


A proper safe is usually too heavy to move (size dependent) and even if it is light enough to be carried it should be anchored to something. Someone tossing your house in a burglary is going to find that Pelican case, guaranteed.

ETA: Go visit the safe forum, you obviously have zero experience in this arena and it's showing.


Alright, so I have lived in this house that did get broken into. Each inch of the house was tossed by the burglar. My guns were completely safe and unfound in this attempt. The only things that were taken were whatever was visible and a few things in the closets.

Given that I was gone for a long time and the amount of stuff taken, the burglar came in multiple times, probably and even used a laundry basket/suitcases to carry out the goods. I was really surprised the guns weren't taken and untouched. It lead me to believe that my method of hiding it was effective enough. The amount of damage I suffered was close to 6k worth. Thankfully I have insurance. The really funny thing here is the suitcase he/she grabbed to carry out goods were very near where I had the pelican case.

The only upgrade I made since this attack was getting an alarm and security door installed. Nothing has happened since.

But yeah I guess only one person actually attempted to answer my question. I guess that's what I get for asking for public opinion and I guess in the end I should just go with my guts.


Dude, its not that only one person attempted to answer your question. You only got one answer that didn't critique your current method of firearm safekeeping. Not the same thing.

There are lots of people on here who have a vast combined experience level that really can't be rivaled anywhere. We're not going to steer you wrong and it's safe to say if the general consensus is you should change your game plan, chances are, you should change it.

If you don't want to hear it, then dont come ask the question.


So calling people names and saying, "I don't understand why you just don't do X" is somehow answering the question with your vast knowledge? I'm sorry not a single thing answered here was actually anything informative. I haven't read a single post here and thought to myself, "Wow that was informative, I was sure wrong about that." Instead I got made fun of and somehow someone thinks an entire generation of people are to blame.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:47:05 PM EDT
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So calling people names and saying, "I don't understand why you just don't do X" is somehow answering the question with your vast knowledge? I'm sorry not a single thing answered here was actually anything informative. I haven't read a single post here and thought to myself, "Wow that was informative, I was sure wrong about that." Instead I got made fun of and somehow someone thinks an entire generation of people are to blame.
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I rescind my "benefit of the doubt answer".

IBNC
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:49:13 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By DuraToTheMax:

I rescind my "benefit of the doubt answer".

IBNC
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:


So calling people names and saying, "I don't understand why you just don't do X" is somehow answering the question with your vast knowledge? I'm sorry not a single thing answered here was actually anything informative. I haven't read a single post here and thought to myself, "Wow that was informative, I was sure wrong about that." Instead I got made fun of and somehow someone thinks an entire generation of people are to blame.

I rescind my "benefit of the doubt answer".

IBNC


Alright, hopefully this topic will close. I just don't get how after 10 posts or so of generation bashing and calling names somehow informative. Hopefully this topic will be deleted. I'll ask another day when hopefully more people who know how to answer a question can come on.

To be honest, I'm a little surprised something about bad health and brain cancer didn't appear. But I guess that's reserved for page 2.
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Alright, hopefully this topic will close. I just don't get how after 10 posts or so of generation bashing and calling names somehow informative. Hopefully this topic will be deleted. I'll ask another day when hopefully more people who know how to answer a question can come on.

To be honest, I'm a little surprised something about bad health and brain cancer didn't appear. But I guess that's reserved for page 2.
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:


So calling people names and saying, "I don't understand why you just don't do X" is somehow answering the question with your vast knowledge? I'm sorry not a single thing answered here was actually anything informative. I haven't read a single post here and thought to myself, "Wow that was informative, I was sure wrong about that." Instead I got made fun of and somehow someone thinks an entire generation of people are to blame.

I rescind my "benefit of the doubt answer".

IBNC


Alright, hopefully this topic will close. I just don't get how after 10 posts or so of generation bashing and calling names somehow informative. Hopefully this topic will be deleted. I'll ask another day when hopefully more people who know how to answer a question can come on.

To be honest, I'm a little surprised something about bad health and brain cancer didn't appear. But I guess that's reserved for page 2.


Welcome to GD.....change the title to 'lock this thread' and your wish might be granted.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:54:57 PM EDT
Jeez dude, you asked if foam and plastic would bend metal. Think about that for a second. Then someone pointed out a really obvious and simple solution to your "problem" - buy another case. The rest of us were more concerned about the safety and responsibility of your storage method. A concern that you validated when you said your place had already been robbed once. Do whatever you want, but don't be surprised when people are baffled by it and concerned about it.
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Welcome to GD.....change the title to 'lock this thread' and your wish might be granted.
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:


So calling people names and saying, "I don't understand why you just don't do X" is somehow answering the question with your vast knowledge? I'm sorry not a single thing answered here was actually anything informative. I haven't read a single post here and thought to myself, "Wow that was informative, I was sure wrong about that." Instead I got made fun of and somehow someone thinks an entire generation of people are to blame.

I rescind my "benefit of the doubt answer".

IBNC


Alright, hopefully this topic will close. I just don't get how after 10 posts or so of generation bashing and calling names somehow informative. Hopefully this topic will be deleted. I'll ask another day when hopefully more people who know how to answer a question can come on.

To be honest, I'm a little surprised something about bad health and brain cancer didn't appear. But I guess that's reserved for page 2.


Welcome to GD.....change the title to 'lock this thread' and your wish might be granted.


Thanks man. Hopefully they'll just delete it. I'll go ask in another forum. I also reported myself.
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Jeez dude, you asked if foam and plastic would bend metal. Think about that for a second. Then someone pointed out a really obvious and simple solution to your "problem" - buy another case. The rest of us were more concerned about the safety and responsibility of your storage method. A concern that you validated when you said your place had already been robbed once. Do whatever you want, but don't be surprised when people are baffled by it and concerned about it.
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Yeah I guess I should get another one. I don't think they actually said there was a concern about the safe. The one guy kept talking about a smell he smells like he's playing The Rock on wwf while another guy kept quoting him. Thinking of which, that's exactly like what it reminded me of like in that movie with Adam Sandler where he called that wrestling hotline and got laughed at.
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IBTL.


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Ha, okay I saved that imagine. I will await for other topics to appear and then use that. It should be pretty good to see what all this 13er is about. I'm pretty sure it's some sort of joke going around here.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 10:05:38 PM EDT
I wonder if OP didn't realize he was in GD, instead of one of the more serious......Safe sections of the forum?
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Yeah I didn't know there was a safe section. I'm kinda "new" to the forum so I guess I'll have to explore around.

See that was a useful post!
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Yeah I didn't know there was a safe section. I'm kinda "new" to the forum so I guess I'll have to explore around.

See that was a useful post!
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Originally Posted By Bigtwin:
I wonder if OP didn't realize he was in GD, instead of one of the more serious......Safe sections of the forum?


Yeah I didn't know there was a safe section. I'm kinda "new" to the forum so I guess I'll have to explore around.

See that was a useful post!


Say, do you favor a tall riser for an optic mount on your rifle?
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Say, do you favor a tall riser for an optic mount on your rifle?
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:
Originally Posted By Bigtwin:
I wonder if OP didn't realize he was in GD, instead of one of the more serious......Safe sections of the forum?


Yeah I didn't know there was a safe section. I'm kinda "new" to the forum so I guess I'll have to explore around.

See that was a useful post!


Say, do you favor a tall riser for an optic mount on your rifle?


Why yes, I see you used the search function.
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Why yes, I see you used the search function.
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:
Originally Posted By Bigtwin:
I wonder if OP didn't realize he was in GD, instead of one of the more serious......Safe sections of the forum?


Yeah I didn't know there was a safe section. I'm kinda "new" to the forum so I guess I'll have to explore around.

See that was a useful post!


Say, do you favor a tall riser for an optic mount on your rifle?


Why yes, I see you used the search function.


No. No need to search.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 10:14:49 PM EDT
Lulz .......
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I'm here for the gang bang.
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No. No need to search.
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Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
Originally Posted By dalle0001:
Originally Posted By Bigtwin:
I wonder if OP didn't realize he was in GD, instead of one of the more serious......Safe sections of the forum?


Yeah I didn't know there was a safe section. I'm kinda "new" to the forum so I guess I'll have to explore around.

See that was a useful post!


Say, do you favor a tall riser for an optic mount on your rifle?


Why yes, I see you used the search function.


No. No need to search.



Haha
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 10:16:03 PM EDT
Pelican is best box. Big plastic, mucho carry, bendy gun?
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Assuming they break the chain, lock, and be able to do it while the alarm is ringing, I think I am safe. If they manage to get away with it, assuming they know where to look in a pretty big area, I would take it out to the car for them.

In any event, even with a safe, couldn't they just pick up the safe and leave with it? I would guess that a safe is easier to spot. In any event, the problem isn't a safe or not.
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Wait... you think it would be easier for a burglar to just pick up a safe and leave with it, rather than pick up a Pelican case and leave with it?


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Can I get fried rice with that?
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Wait... you think it would be easier for a burglar to just pick up a safe and leave with it, rather than pick up a pelican case and leave with it?


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Originally Posted By dalle0001:
Assuming they break the chain, lock, and be able to do it while the alarm is ringing, I think I am safe. If they manage to get away with it, assuming they know where to look in a pretty big area, I would take it out to the car for them.

In any event, even with a safe, couldn't they just pick up the safe and leave with it? I would guess that a safe is easier to spot. In any event, the problem isn't a safe or not.


Wait... you think it would be easier for a burglar to just pick up a safe and leave with it, rather than pick up a pelican case and leave with it?




Even with it chained and locked down? That be kind hard to break it from the bar it's attached to. Then again what do I know? There are experts here who knows stuff....
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Can I get fried rice with that?
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Originally Posted By SIASL:
Pelican is best box. Big plastic, mucho carry, bendy gun?


Can I get fried rice with that?

Poke, shimp, oh happy famwy?
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Poke, shimp, oh happy famwy?
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:
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Pelican is best box. Big plastic, mucho carry, bendy gun?


Can I get fried rice with that?

Poke, shimp, oh happy famwy?


Can I get the number 5 with shrimp and you know the happy ending.

Ha, that reminds me of this...

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Why yes, I see you used the search function.
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I wonder if OP didn't realize he was in GD, instead of one of the more serious......Safe sections of the forum?


Yeah I didn't know there was a safe section. I'm kinda "new" to the forum so I guess I'll have to explore around.

See that was a useful post!


Say, do you favor a tall riser for an optic mount on your rifle?


Why yes, I see you used the search function.

You have no clue, do you?
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Pelican is best box. Big plastic, mucho carry, bendy gun?


Can I get fried rice with that?


GREAT QUESTION!
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Ibtl?

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In before the lock, beotch!
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You have no clue, do you?
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Originally Posted By dalle0001:
Originally Posted By Bigtwin:
I wonder if OP didn't realize he was in GD, instead of one of the more serious......Safe sections of the forum?


Yeah I didn't know there was a safe section. I'm kinda "new" to the forum so I guess I'll have to explore around.

See that was a useful post!


Say, do you favor a tall riser for an optic mount on your rifle?


Why yes, I see you used the search function.

You have no clue, do you?



Evidently not... or maybe concidently I did talk about risers in another topic. I suppose it's some sort of sexual innuendos? Is that a generation problem? Sorry I'm getting a bit old on these things.
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