DIY Immobilizer

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  1. Omerta

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  2. John Doe

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    My immobilizer:

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    Actual unit not pictured.
     
  3. Lex Lucas

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    So your car stays in your garage 24/7?
    You are going to have to park somewhere outside the safety of your own home at some point, where a DIY immobilizer like the one posted may be helpful.
     
  4. Omerta

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    I guess if you don't drive your car than you have nothing to worry about..
     
  5. John Doe

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    My car is either in my garage or in the lot here at work, which is guarded. If I go downtown, I use a fiend's off-street parking which is guarded as well.

    If I'm at the mall or elsewhere, I guess my factory starter kill/immobilizer/glass-break sensor/tilt sensor/double-locking doors (deadlock) will have to do. Car can still be towed either way, though... so at that point it's really moot. The only way to keep your car is to lock it up in a garage.
     
  6. Omerta

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    thats a good point but not everyone has the factory option you know.

    Also not everyone is a forunate as yourself to be able to have your car guarded 24/7 where ever we park it. so this is a better altunative for the non-rich students such as myself.

    also it is possible to break into a garage and steal the car out of it...
     
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    I would really, really enjoy someone trying that with mine. Not only would I get to keep my car, I'd get to kill some worthless pile of scum for endangering myself and my property.
     
  8. Omerta

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    Ah, i see what kind of gun do you have?

    i forgot your laws are different that ares for that post.

    stupid canada has laws to protect the criminals :crazy:
     
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    I actually have a pretty decent collection of guns including
    Handguns: .45, 9mm, .357 magnum
    Rifles: 30/06, .22 (hehe), .40LR
    Shotguns: .410, 16ga, 12ga side/side, 12ga pump
    Plus some knives n shit.
     
  10. Bruceticle

    Come to Papa Moon

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    a man with that many weapons must have a huge fucking penis
    too bad you don't have a big wing on your car or they would call you the hedgehog instead of that other dude lol


    yeah but seriously, do you dig the 30/06?? a buddy of mine had one and I didn't really like lugging the brute through the woods... my .303 enfield handled a lot easier and didn't blow sewer pipe holes in deer :)
     
  11. ANGELL

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    pics or post is worthless
     
  12. preludacris

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    Don't bring them guns to Canada, we got dumb legislation! lol
     
  13. Cracka

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    where would be the fun in that?!
     
  14. Bruceticle

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    ruined meat :(
    a heart shot with a cannon like his could do some damage... unless its geared up with a laser scope and you can hit the fucker in his narrow little head.
     
  15. John Doe

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    Either that or the neck, which I don't care for anyway... but yeah, it blows shit up. Does a highly effective job at it, also!

    It is a bit of a beast to lug around, but I'm 6'3" and not exactly weak if you catch my meaning. It still wears on a bit, but Texas-style hunting is more waiting for them to come to you. Not much of a hunter, myself, so it's of little concern.

    Truthfully, the only ones that ever really get used are the handguns. It's nice to live where you can carry a concealed weapon. :)

    For those of you worried about my penis, you can trust me when I say there's no reason for concern. I've never had a single complaint and I highly doubt I ever will. :) Thanks, though.
     

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