Thanks Flyer5... being a dog rescue I've been able to be around all types of breeds. German Shepards are very loyal dogs that are very intelligent and protective. Black Shepard is Alfa in the pack. If your interest in adopting, i'll be glad to find you what you want.Flyer5 wrote:Wiz wrote:Here is my door security, and if that doesn't work, intruder will need to get passed wife and me with our Glocks
Nice Shepards. I keep thinking of getting another one.
freetown fred wrote:Funny how heavy outer doors swing in & then screen/ storm doors swing out---so much for the snow theory-- Hey Rigar, I thought you were only going to be game for a week-- damn addictions LOL
freetown fred wrote:Rigar, that's all I can afford, this is Freetown after-all--real invigoratin in the AM--do you guys have REAL doors--
Rigar wrote:secured hinges are expensive...most inward swing (residential) doors have the hinges exposed inside the home....tap out the pins and bingo+ the door will come off
titleist1 wrote:Rigar wrote:secured hinges are expensive...most inward swing (residential) doors have the hinges exposed inside the home....tap out the pins and bingo+ the door will come off
there is a way to keep that from happening if you have an outward swing door and the hinge pins are tapped out.....
In one of the hinge screw holes hammer a nail into the hole leaving about an inch +/- of the nail showing. grind off the nail head and drill out the wood in the door behind the mating hinge screw hole to accept this exposed part of the nail. Do this on the top and bottom hinges. When the door is closed the exposed part of the nail goes into the door and you cant pop it off.
Lightning wrote:My door security....