How many people patrol their property to look for changes?

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  • BigRed

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    Dec 29, 2017
    1,000 yards out
    I got my tax stamp the other day. I love the ability to reach out accurately, and now with the added capability of muffling the report a bit, and preventing any flash signature, that should help me out should I need to do so without drawing too much unwanted attention someday.

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    Problem is, that would also work for other as well. When out on the property taking photos with the new can, I got to thinking... How vulnerable is your home.. from on your own property?

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    Maybe I'm weird, but I do walk my land with my dog. Quite often. She loves to run around, and explore, and it gives me a chance to see if anything has changed since last we were out.

    Trip wires, punji pits, and numerous other things are your friend.


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    Aug 29, 2009
    A holler in Kentucky
    I'm getting ready to go patrol my property on my lawn mower right now. :thumbsup:
    I do my motorized patrol weekly, the dogs do the daily patrols. Riding mower suspensions aren’t made for property that is patrolled by dogs that think they need to recreate the digging of the Panama Canal. I love my dogs, and they provide a great service in the security department, I wouldn’t feel safe without them, but I curse them every time I mow!


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    Apr 22, 2014
    North Webster
    I look around everyday, walk the ridge to back property lines while peering down one bottom on the way there and the other on the way back.

    The security of the house (under construction), will be a work in progress, trying to achieve a one way in, one way out type scenario that puts visitors, invited and uninvited alike, at a disadvantage.
    Once your done…..ROCKS along the drive…..boulder type….spaced at 100 meter intervals……a few clicks on the scope…..:biggun::biggun::biggun:
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