Alarm Signaling Device
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The booby-trap Alarm Signaling Device can alert you when trespassers are on your property. This versatile, re-usable trip-line activated perimeter security device can be deployed across paths and entry zones, attached to doors, gates, etc. When tripped, it fires a standard 209 shot shell primer. (Not included, but available at any gun shop for around 10 cents each. We recommend CCI Magnum brand.) If deploying in wet or humid conditions, its best to seal the primer using clear nail polish. Trip line is not included and is sold separately; we recommend our Kevlar® Trip Line. The Alarm Signaling Device includes instructions, safety and activator pins, and mounting hardware. Color: black. Weight: 1.3 oz. Solidly constructed from machined aluminum and steel. Made in USA. Warnings: For outdoor use only, keep away from flammable materials, use with caution.
SKU #: ASD
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1. a lock manufacturer or distributor.
2. a bona fide locksmith*.
3. a bona fide repossessor.
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