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decibel
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  #2561556 10-Sep-2020 09:38
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An important thing is to make sure that NOBODY (not even your kids) finds out that you have a safe or the dodgy characters in town will think you have something of value in there.

 

When you wake up in the middle of the night and see a guy pointing a shotgun at your wife, you will willing open the safe for him.

 

 

 

And yes; it did happen to the dairy-owner who lived up the road from me.


muppet
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  #2561671 10-Sep-2020 12:37
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Hi,

 

If you tell me where you live, I can help with the installation of the safe. 

 

It would be best to DM me the GPS co-ordinates of your property where you wish to install it, and give me an itemised list of the things you'll be putting in it. (It will speed things up too if you can tell me where in the house you currently store the items you'll be putting in the safe once I've visited.)

 

Once I've visited, you'll be able to tell your friends "I really wish I'd installed the safe sooner"

 

Let me know!


 
 
 
 


HelpAli

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  #2561744 10-Sep-2020 14:31
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😂😂😂😂

Kickinbac
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  #2562800 12-Sep-2020 11:04
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Eva888: A friend buried theirs under the house in a bit of handycrete. A few centimeters of dirt over it and some bits of wood on top to make it look messy and natural.


I hope its waterproof!

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