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I bought from them because they use thicker steel than most and build custom for each order. I keep meaning to bolt it down. But it was over 1200lbs empty. Probably isn't going to escape any time soon.
John Simmons wrote:
One of my neighbors had his *full* gun safe stolen a few years back. The safe itself weighed 1100 pounds. It wasn't bolted to the floor/wall because he thought the same way.
Once you lose your pride the rest is easy.
I would agree with you but then we both would be wrong.
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Yeah, I've heard of such things happening. Bolting is on my todo list. Just not near the top. To get the safe out of my garage, you'd need to clean the garage first. That might actually be a fair trade
It was the first thing the movers put in the garage, everything else is now between it an the exit.
I have no problem with a person owning unlimited amounts of Guns and I don't think Gun Nut is inflammatory in any way. I was more focused on the fact that virtually zero advertising is done for safes outside the gun crowd. My needs are different and not really met with what is advertised. Yet, you would think, people have things other than guns that need to be secured.
Microsoft discontinued a lot of development tools/platforms over the years. The one that has a big impact on our company is the Active Server Page. We still have a lot of "Pages" that need maintenance from time to time without the development environment - Visual InterDev. It is a pain. What is the next to discontinue? SharePoint, Entity Framework, Windows 8?
Very true, I think as well MS have been trying for a while now to win the hearts and minds of the open source crowd (with limited success) who generally look down as webforms as 'not real web development'.
I could see them ditching webforms as a way to win them over (which wouldn't work) while simultaneously giving a middle finger to the millions of dedicated webforms devs out there (which would work).