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    #21
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    Can we get an update on this situation? Have they come back? Is everyone ok?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marr Branch View Post
    00 Buckshot over the top of the head works great
    I have experienced Double Alt going over my head. It did not take long to figure out I was in the wrong place.
    I guess no one on these forums knows what buckshot is. Are you all city boys?
     

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    I may be born in the city, but I certainly know what buckshot is. Kept my guns loaded with it ..... and I wasnt deer hunting! LOL In Los Angeles a lot of places used rock salt. Hurt like hell and made a horrible noise - that was always a great deterrent to trespassers.
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    put up two soloar powerd motion sensor lights in problem area $74.00 each hierd an off duty deputy to walk woods $25 hr. so far no problems but it was a rain out here last Friday so we were only open one day, will know more this weekend.
     

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    Chances are this is a one time drunken escapade that isn't going to be repeated for fear of getting caught. All the same if they are really agressive, it wouldn't be too tough to disable the sensors during the day when no one is there. Might have watched them being installed. So every night you have to make sure they still work.

    I thought NInjas only made $2 a day so that should be like 12 ninjas and one yappy ninja poodle for $25 per day. Of course being the people person that I am, I would be telling this security guard that this is his comparative expected performance. No just hanging out in the woods half a sleep waiting for the motion sensors to report. There needs to be constant hopping from tree to tree making that swooshing noise Ninjas make when they are being totally stealthy.
    Last edited by Greg Chrise; 10-11-2012 at 09:03 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BigT View Post
    I may be born in the city, but I certainly know what buckshot is. Kept my guns loaded with it ..... and I wasnt deer hunting! LOL In Los Angeles a lot of places used rock salt. Hurt like hell and made a horrible noise - that was always a great deterrent to trespassers.
    I was going to recommend rock salt or bird shot...
     

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    I know that we are just joking, but just so we are clear, discharging a firearm, regardless of what it is loaded with. Could be rock salt, or jelly beans, is still considered deadly force. Pepper spray would be a much better option. In most states deadly force can only be used to prevent death or serious bodily harm. I would hate to see someone get in a whole lot of trouble for doing something that they thought was legal. It is not.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Goff View Post
    I know that we are just joking, but just so we are clear, discharging a firearm, regardless of what it is loaded with. Could be rock salt, or jelly beans, is still considered deadly force. Pepper spray would be a much better option. In most states deadly force can only be used to prevent death or serious bodily harm. I would hate to see someone get in a whole lot of trouble for doing something that they thought was legal. It is not.
    You must be a yankee cause down here in the South shooting trespassers is the default.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrfoos View Post
    You must be a yankee cause down here in the South shooting trespassers is the default.
    True, I am a yankee. I would urge you to take a look at your attorney generals website. There are but a few states that allow the use of deadly force for protecting property. I believe that Texas is the only state that allows deadly force for tresspassers. Believe it or not, until a few years ago, most states did not even have a self defense law, instead they had a duty to retreat law. Things have changed, most people think that they know what they can and can not do. Most people are wrong.
     

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    in thinking more on your situation I remembered these. Put them near obvious paths and use them like a tripwire alarm. cheap and loud.
    http://www.opentip.com/Electronics/P...FRSSPAodv1wA3w
     

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