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    • #24591
      Artful
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      Part of the owner’s losses:

      The robbery took place on February 9, 2016 in Smithton, Missouri.

      A list of stolen items from inside the safe, from the owner:

      My class ring 1996 Smithton
      Dads class ring 1957
      $1500 cash…

      Hand guns

      Smith & Wesson 38 special revolver
      Ser# 13k8384

      Smith & Wesson 22 long rifle
      Ser# k 8666

      High standard supermatic trophy 22lr
      Ser# ml34219

      Colt DA 38 with what I’m calling a lady’s grip
      Very old gun
      Ser# 113399 last number unclear

      Walther p99qa 9mm
      Ser# 500200

      Springfield armory xds 9mm
      Ser#xs914473

      Rifles

      Marlin 22mag Black synthetic stock stainless
      Ser# 02296851 aetec 3.8-12 x 49 scope

      Winchester model70 22-250 bull barrel
      Ser#876987 with
      bushnell sportview 5-20×40 Ser#74-5204

      Weatherby mark V 257 magnum
      Ser#29679

      Remington model 700 25-06
      Ser#b6247947 taco 4-16×40 scope

      Winchester model 70 264win mag
      Ser#869119

      Marlin model 740a-emn 30-30
      Ser#69139591 bushnell 4×12

      Military rifle made in Italy “fat” on but of rifle
      Ser#ax1980

      Remington speedmaster model 241 22lr
      Ser#37480

      Browning Belgium 22lr
      Ser#???

      Winchester model63 22lr
      Ser#118157a

      Mossberg and sons model 151m-b 22lr
      Ser#?????

      Remington 1100 12 gauge skeet barrel
      Ser#m237263v SKEET-B

      Stag arms ar with eotech holographic site

      Remember lock up your grinders, torches, drills, etc – don’t help them out
      and like a watch dog – safes only buy you time to get someone there to
      drive them away from your location.

      Best to not have many people know of the firearms and not have the collection
      easily found.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cS5II_LavsQ

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjoaO5IL8rg

    • #24592
      Reg
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      Dang, that smarts.

    • #24594
      OptimusPanda
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      I’ll give em an A for effort on using an acetylene torch. Makes me wonder if a glass relocker would trigger by the heat alone.

    • #24603
      Goodsteel
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      Artful is right. Invest in a safe, but I don’t depend on it alone. Get a premium security system in place, and live video cameras. Keep more than one dog.

    • #24764
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      Several years ago I seen a video of a guy getting into the side a Smith Safe or a Fort Knox by driving an ax into it with a sledge hammer. It sliced it similar to a P38 can opener would a can.
      I imagine this method’s noise would bring attention if in the right area, but some folks don’t care what happens at someone else’s house.

    • #24781
      Artful
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      Oh, anyone who works steel even a little bit will tell you a security cabinet (what we buy)
      is different than a “SAFE” (What the bank has),
      it’s just that all of us DIY types have things that will open our toy box,
      if the burglar has the knowledge to use the tools.

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