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    So i am sure everyone has seen the brinks security commercial? the guy kicks in the door and the alarm goes off the phone rings and they are all scared right?


    Well how about guy kicks in door and the home owner pulls a 357 mag and blows him away as he steps through the entry way?

    Well at any rate it would make a good super bowl commercial.......

    I have to remind myself that companies like that use fear tactics to get people to buy the product

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    jarhead1055 wrote:
    So i am sure everyone has seen the brinks security commercial? the guy kicks in the door and the alarm goes off the phone rings and they are all scared right?


    Well how about guy kicks in door and the home owner pulls a 357 mag and blows him away as he steps through the entry way?

    Well at any rate it would make a good super bowl commercial.......

    I have to remind myself that companies like that use fear tactics to get people to buy the product
    Or a commercial where a guy kicks in the door, hears the alarm, and DOESN'T run away because he doesn't care

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    good point but we should put a commercial on for the 2nd so people will get clued in on guns and there own personal safety and not have to pay every month to feel safe.

    I see signs around my neighborhood of people with security systems and i laugh cause i could walk off with there tv computer and the kitchen sink before the cops even think about heading this direction..........


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    YUP thats a good example but the AK was abit much.... next we will have M1gunnr parking his tank in the front room with the turret aimed at the door....

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    you can make one showing 1st how nickel and dimesgun bans can get you killed and then how protecting yourself you can survive

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    jarhead1055 wrote:
    So i am sure everyone has seen the brinks security commercial? the guy kicks in the door and the alarm goes off the phone rings and they are all scared right?


    Well how about guy kicks in door and the home owner pulls a 357 mag and blows him away as he steps through the entry way?

    I had exactly the same thought . . .

    Bad guy breaks in. Alarm goes off. Homeowner shoots bad guy, 2+1, who falls to floor DRT. Telephone rings.

    Homeowner answers, "Hello?"

    Brinks guy on the line. "This is Tom at Brinks Security. We received an alarm notification. Is everything all right?"

    Homeowner, "Yup. There's a dead guy on my floor, can you call the coroner?"

    Flash to police arriving at house, talking to owner, body leaving on gurney.

    Last scene. Officerhands card tohomeowner, and turns to leave with partner. As they walk down the sidewalk,he says, "I wish more break-in calls ended this way."

    Officer 2 replies, "Yeah, it saves us trouble and the taxpayers money when the perp ends up in a body bag."





    :celebrate:celebrate:celebrate

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    I like the new one with the cameras. Hey you I see you bleeding on that
    white carpet, stop bleeding now or we will prosecute for the stain removal.

    Always wondered why they were afraid to use than lilly white crooks.
    Then while up at night steaming over the latest robbery by my
    representatives, and watching dumbest criminals, it dawned on me...
    The black thug isn't going to get scarred and run off from a little bell ringing.
    Hard to sell a product if the victim is being stabbed while the crook
    is laughing at the operator on the phone.

    Yea would be nice if when mommy grabs her little girl to hide behind, she
    draws from her OC holstered 1911, pulls trigger bad guy flies backwards
    out the door with big hole in chest, little girl flies back into mom pushing them
    both into next room.
    announcer voice over...
    "Brinks Jacketed Hollow Points, for when a cop is to heavy to carry"
    phone rings...
    "Yes mam, were sending a new loaded mag right now."
    " With all new 45's, get a second AR-15 at no extra cost"
    fade to black......




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    the thing about these alarms, is that base central, doesnt get an alarm, and the sirene in the house doesnt go off for about 30sec. so by that time the girl screams, and runs up the stairs to her dresser, pulls her trusty tanfoglio GT380 and 2s+1 the X boyfriend at the dooor of the bedroom! then the phone rings! "are you OK?"
    EMNofSeattle wrote: Your idea of freedom terrifies me. So you are actually right. I am perfectly happy with what you call tyranny.....

    “If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin.”

    Stand up for your Rights,, They have no authority on their own...

    All power is inherent in the people,
    it is their right and duty to be at all times ARMED!

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    If you're really serious, most cable companies have a public access channel. They generally provide a studio and limited technical help to get you started. After that, it's all free.

    http://www.mrsc.org/Subjects/Telecomm/PEG.aspx

    King County:

    http://www.scantv.org/index.php?opti...&Itemid=65

    Here's an example of some (better quality) programming:

    http://stillhopeproductions.com/Sea-...licAccess.html

    Of course, I'm sure everybody remembers the Mike Hunt Show.

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