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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by RicInOR, Feb 8, 2016.
hmm, pick up the safe and walk out with it or buy a $200 neodymium magnet that size and hope to not smash your fingers with it.
Although it is great information his videos that millions watch all know now how to open safes, I know how to do some things like I am sure many know things and I would never tell anyone.
Hew should be doing this and telling the manufactures in my opinion not telling the whole public.
The best way get gun safe keep all your stuff in there, also these electronic safes he is showing is even easier then the dial only ones. Sad he had to tell the world about it. Of course if you have a safe and a big dog like we do, well your not gonna have time to use a magnet. LOL
Seeing this gets one to wonder, how many people are in possession of this safe thinking they "safe" in their intentions.
Well, if I'm ever to be a thief I'll just get an old sock, invest in a magnet like that one, and I'm essentially good to go.
Not a smart move showing the public. Oh well, I use a different method of protecting my stuff. Not that I'd say online, cause that would defeat the purpose.
I have a completely different theory.
Can't find it can't steal it.
A fancy safe shows the thief exactly where the goodies are. if they can't find the goodies they can steel it.
I'm looking into swapping my electronic keypad to a dial....
I had to cut the long guns in half to fit them in that little safe.
Do like I did I put hinges on them, just fold em up easy....
$15 metal blade on a skill saw or a $20 crowbar will do the same thing on the sages he listed...