Kinda makes me want to get one of those small safes, pour quickcrete into it and leave it sitting in plain site...if anyone every breaks in and grabs it thinking they're going to get some goodies (after lugging that concrete) will find nothing.
In case your local burglar has a helo Liberty wants to make sure you’re covered
Personally, I think oxyacetylene or carbide disk, straight through the 11 or 12 gauge would take care of the std home safe. One reason I keep powder and ammo inside and a warning to that effect on the safe
Note to self: When setting up a perimeter system, include a "guest" mode when expecting company.
I was looking at some .035 welding wire and wondered just how long this steel wire was. I weighed a 20" sample and calculated that the 10 pound roll probably had 3700 feet. It has a super thin copper coating, and would probably last a while outdoors. My last order was $36 for two rolls. Could do some creative things with this...
Now that you bring up the idea, I have thought about a snake grabber after my snake bite. A PVC tube, some steel wire, and a handle would make a very easy and effective snake grabber. The last couple rattlesnake imposters, I used fireplace tongs to move them, but I think the pipe and wire would be better.
That is a good idea. The "something" should be worthless and annoying to search through. Maybe the good stuff could be buried and covered with a junk pile of what... aluminum cans and fryer grease that leaked out of their plastic cubes?