John Wall: So, does anybody know where I can find this signal alarm?
jayden brewer: Got one on every door
Mike Engler: I bought one the other day waiting for it to come...someone at my work has been stealing from my locke and I have had it...installing one in the inside pn the door along with a camera that I use for hunting...I want to see the MFers face when it goes off...I also bought the pepper gas shells but I won't be using them...really I don't care what happens to them but I don't want to be sued...also going to purchase an alarm device so that they won't feel safe being in the locker room
Kevin Levu: It probably cost you 10 bucks to make it.
Ryan Glenn: Chace 💘💘
Charles David: How would you keep the deer or other wild life or domestic animals from tripping it?
purplemutantas: I remember seeing these types of devices as a gun shop years ago. They also had whistling shells to load them with.
I just checked; American specialty ammo sells these traps. They also have a .308 version.
bullboo1: That using a 12 gauge round filled with flash powder or a treated fertilizer or a grenade round like we use in the army could be really and ugly boobie trap.
Edwards SistersHands: Uhh.
Brent Lopez: forget the pleasantries, attach a barrel with buckshot
bart heijne: What a handsome guy
SweetRepsKidd: I don't see why a person would need this !
siimsimsiim: What?! I was checking out some trip wire alarms and I see you, I didn't know you had another channel :o
JT Outdoors: lol hi
G36Jeff: U can find them at gun shows for like 5 bux. And American specialty ammo.com sells them I'm pretty sure.
StonedGoogler: I though this was gunna be alot cooler thats gay put the shell facing inward with a heavy load and blow your victims ankles off....
Serendra Hardu: I didn't realize such a device was legal, even for less than lethal loads.
conceptforge: Don't let my wife see this she'll put it on the refrigerator at night.
Allen J. Carr: What are the flat piece of metal used for the trigger looks like some thing from a local hardware.
12 Gauge Booby Trap Trip Wire Alarm Review5
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