Episode 163 – Home Security (revisited)

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I’ve spoken about home security before, but this episode expands into more detail on some of my earlier shows on home security. Some listeners have asked me to get specific about products and specifications of good home security products. As modern day survivalists, we keep a lot of supplies and valuables in our home. You need to protect the lives of your family and your valuables in your home. This episode, I discuss security cameras, alarm systems, lights, hardware, software, monitoring, dogs and also make some recommendations as to what products you may want to consider. Links can be found on Today’s Survival Show forum. Thanks for downloading and listening.

4 Responses to “Episode 163 – Home Security (revisited)”

  1. That’s a good question, I don’t know the answer to that. I do know someone I can talk to about this as a matter of fact. Give me a little time, I’ll let you know. Thanks for the comment.

  2. Sierra Dave says:

    I’m curious about the legality of discussing something that is currently illegal. Do you have to preface a comment with “in a hypothetical situation”.

    As I understand it, planning to commit a crime is a crime unto itself.

    I want America to resolve it’s financial problems and thrive, but don’t see it happening. How do I safely talk about living in a WROL world talking/planning on how to survive, knowing that current laws will be violated.

    I’ve googled and searched some free speech sites but not found anything yet. Maybe you, Mr. Maynes, have a legal representative. One whom you can consult.

  3. Sierra Dave says:

    How about pre and post SHTF security. Booby traps are illegal now, but post WROL?

    Myself personally, after a collapse, would not have anything that I or a farm animal could stumble into. But should bad people be in the act of trying to sneak up or attack me, I have no problem with an activated trap to injure or kill.

    If people are trespassing onto your property at night with guns. They have bad intent.