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Thread: Snap Safe Vault Doors

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    Since CT's are individually owned I think it really depends who's in their sporting goods area. I messaged with Globalstar66 he definitely got a screaming deal. I was over 2600$ to my door shipped from Tesro ...and decided against it.

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    Well, there certainly seems to be an interested market.....

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    Instead of Roxul (on interior walls), run conduit for any wiring and fill the wall with 3/4" sharp washed rock (not the round stuff). It's damn near impenetrable

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbucky32 View Post
    Instead of Roxul (on interior walls), run conduit for any wiring and fill the wall with 3/4" sharp washed rock (not the round stuff). It's damn near impenetrable
    Until you make the hole big enough for it to run out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOOK View Post
    Until you make the hole big enough for it to run out.
    Oh that's priceless lol lol lol lol

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    Wingenbach on Barlow might be able to help
    Check out the Canadian National Sporting Clays Association
    http://www.cnsca.ca/

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    My dream is to find doors with a high level of security. Still, they have the look of an ordinary interior door https://doordesignlab.com/interior-doors.html Not bad options; I probably saw them in another part of Canada altogether. Especially since I called there and was told, "We just don't have them in stock."
    I've heard the opinion that you can find many craftsmen who can do my task through eBay, and they will send me the door. But I don't really trust that, especially with the frequency of fraud on eBay. How should I proceed?
    I look forward to your suggestions.
    Last edited by Smough; 09-21-2021 at 04:19 PM.

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