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    Since Oklahoma is finally bout to pass the open carry law i thought i would add a lil aftermarket protection with me and my truck
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    Nice
    Tim Walters (Curky)

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    Quote Originally Posted by W1T3OUT918 View Post
    Since Oklahoma is finally bout to pass the open carry law i thought i would add a lil aftermarket protection with me and my truck
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    Silly me, I was thinking this thread was going to be about truck alarms and whatnot.

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    well,,,this goes in my truck so i guess it kinda has to do with it,,,unfortunatley i couldnt find a way to mount it on the hood so i jus keep it on me and inside my truck as a deterrent for incompetent thieves...altho LMC does have a good d.i.y truck alarm kit.
    i guess this thread is more less whatnot.,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    Silly me, I was thinking this thread was going to be about truck alarms and whatnot.
    Security (be it physical or logical) is never absolute and, thus, is always a layered approach designed to extend break-in time in order to a) deter would-be thieves and b) improve the odds of catching undeterred thieves in the act. A truck alarm is but one such layer. A firearm is yet another. A comprensive approach to vehicular secrity will include both (and then some).

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    i like surreal's answer best..been in the security enforcement career for almost 3 years now,,nothing is more adrenaline pumping than clearing a house with two other officers behind you with guns at low ready...that or climbing a hill in 4low and jus at the top all u see is the sky!!

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