Saturday, August 19, 2017

Better Yet,, DIYS



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15 comments:

drew458 said...

I haven't read the article or clicked the link, but I bet it's the guns hiding in the extra thick shelf there on the wall. Probably got a secret agent man "shoot chute" on the bottom activated by a special secret decoder ring. Funky, but by the time you go through all of that, you're already dead.

These Captcha things are effin out of control. Can't you dial it back about 7 notches? 40 clicks on roads, cars, and street signs to make a 20 word comment is too much.

Anonymous said...

We agree that Captcha is a crock, and a royal pain.

As to the video about the hidden gun shelf, in the scenario the guy describes, is he telling us that, once we're armed, it's OK to open the door? BS. We don't care how much pounding on the door there is, we don't open it unless we know the person on the other side and their reason for being there. If somebody kicks the door in, they're not even gonna hear the blast; they'll just see the muzzle flash from our Rem 870, which we don't have to go rummaging for.

And we routinely carry in and around the house, and anytime we step outside, even to take out he garbage.

Ann Hedonia & Sam Paku

Murphy(AZ) said...

EVERYONE with something or someone to protect should be armed constantly. Better safe than a head(dead)line.

Murphy(AZ) said...

A slight expansion, if I may: "...armed constantly ."

Cheesy said...

Although rapidly becoming less so, we're in a somewhat rural area, so there's always one nearby.
Stash spots are endless; no need to buy one that might be recognizable as such.

Leonard Jones said...

I actually have a problem with these things. If burglars can access the Internet,
they may already know about the shelves, coffee tables, and entertainment center
gun cases and how to open them. They usually come with magnetic latches and
are opened with a magnet inside a book, a vase, etc.

Even worse, are the morons who place a "Protected by Smith and Wesson sign or
doormat outside their homes. If you are going to advertise do not be shocked
when you come home and find your collection gone!




Anonymous said...

Sometimes I feel like George Burns with all the video cameras and subtle alarm notifications.

Anonymous said...

OH, I THOUGHT YOU MEANT YOU FEEL LIKE GEORGE BURNS BECAUSE YOU HAVE A HYDRAULIC PENILE IMPLANT.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

drew458 said CAPTCHA ....

Drew, AS you know this blod is hosted by Blogger, and Blogger has more or less complete control over these things. I mean, they replaced my old blog (which I could do somersaults with) with this piece of crap -- without a fare-thee-well; so .... . Anyway, I'll ask my chief mechanic Linda to have a look (when she's out of the tanning salon).

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Ann Hedonia & Sam Paku ...

Y'all are an awesome pair!

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Note to gummint: I don't have any guns in my house so don't bother to raid me in the middle of the night when you spring your coup d'├ętat . And that old school locker in the basement does not have a triggered Claymore.

molonlabe28 said...

I have something similar to this at our farmhouse (it is a faux hat rack).

If a burglar robs us when I'm not home one day, he gets a $500 Glock - not exactly the end of the world - and not a $3,000 Ed Brown 1911.

If he tries to do so when I'm at home, he gets the Glock also - just a different end of it.

I turn on the burglar alarm when I take a shower.

If it goes off (and it has happened), out I come with a towel (Tarzan style) and a Springfield XD, or a S & W 38 Spl, or a Taurus 32 H & R magnum.

cato said...

I was kinda impressed with the wall shelf, unfortunately all my guns were lost in the great Tsunami that hit Carbondale,IL during the eclipse.

Anonymous said...

"If a burglar robs us when I'm not home one day, he gets a $500 Glock - not exactly the end of the world"

Well, it COULD be the end of the world for the guy he shoots with the $500 Glock you're so cavalier about providing him.

But I like your idea for coming out of the shower. It reminds me of Sonny Corleone's line: "I don't want my little brother comin' out of that toilet with just his dick in his hand!"

Anonymous said...

I'd sure like to post a comment, but it keeps screwin' with me.

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