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    Quote Originally Posted by GWAYGWAY View Post
    I also attach the electricity direct to the doors and widow handles along with explosive devices on the door mats, gas release devices, and a belt fed shotgun to clear the inside area of movement. I hope the Police do not investigate or even worse my oldish brain forgetting what I went for in there on my return.
    Fixing electric wires to the widow's handles all sounds too m & s to me, but what you do in your shed is up to you.
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    A fairly easy touch then, you ought to try to make it more difficult.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GWAYGWAY View Post
    I also attach the electricity direct to the doors and widow handles along with explosive devices on the door mats, gas release devices, and a belt fed shotgun to clear the inside area of movement. I hope the Police do not investigate or even worse my oldish brain forgetting what I went for in there on my return.
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    Quote Originally Posted by antiquesam View Post
    Fixing electric wires to the widow's handles all sounds too m & s to me, but what you do in your shed is up to you.
    Is that why it's called Marks and SPARKS?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obanboy666 View Post
    Depends on what they carry onboard.
    If my son comes away with me we can carry the following -
    2 x Canon dslr cameras, £5000.
    4 or more lens, £10,000.
    Tripod, £800.
    MacBook Pro, £2,500.
    iPad, £600.
    Snipe satellite, £600.
    Omega watch £6,000.
    Swarovski binoculars, £2,500.
    Swarovski spotting scope, £2000.
    The above is over £29,000 and Iím sure Iíve missed a few gadgets tv, satnav comes to mind.
    Could you please let me know where you intend parking up at nights,sounds well worth me investing in a cyl of gas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    Could you please let me know where you intend parking up at nights,sounds well worth me investing in a cyl of gas.

    I`ll help you Trev no need to buy any gas i had a good curry last night and it`s already producing
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    Quote Originally Posted by antiquesam View Post
    Fixing electric wires to the widow's handles all sounds too m & s to me, but what you do in your shed is up to you.
    I was refering to my workshop from earlier in the posting, NOT MY BEDROOM. or the van. Mind you the industrial compressor coupled to two sets of air horn trumpets, might uset the neighbours if I go off for a time in the van leaving the compressor turned on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWAYGWAY View Post
    I also attach the electricity direct to the doors and widow handles along with explosive devices on the door mats, gas release devices, and a belt fed shotgun to clear the inside area of movement. I hope the Police do not investigate or even worse my oldish brain forgetting what I went for in there on my return.
    I used to work with a chap who used to stretch bare wires across the windows and plug the wires into the mains power point.

    He used to live in kenya and that was a common way to stop burglars,

    he still did it when he lived in London !

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    What a cynical bunch I always travel with 2 Rolex watches on the dash in case I lose one I am wearing
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWAYGWAY View Post
    I was refering to my workshop from earlier in the posting, NOT MY BEDROOM. or the van. Mind you the industrial compressor coupled to two sets of air horn trumpets, might uset the neighbours if I go off for a time in the van leaving the compressor turned on.
    That response took some thought. Two months. lol
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    Future Plans.......

    A few POLICE AWARE decals (in various lingos) for me.
    Now we all know, including miscreants that the rozzers
    would even in a real event unlikely to be actually doing anything,so I'll
    combine the above with a few fake stick on window cracks and holes,
    and a clip on cracked fridge vent, I then have all the evidence to indicate
    that I've just been turned over, and not worth bothering with.

    Mind you, I could save myself the trouble and persist with relying on
    my van looking as not worth robbing, even without the
    embellishments!
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