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    I have an opportunity to get an older bank vault door for free (ETA: This was probably installed when the bank was built in the late 60's). This includes the door frame, mounting hardware, etc.

    The catch is I have to uninstall it, haul it up out of the basement of the bank, haul it away and then store it until I have my next home built (some day...) with a vault room - and I have to do it very soon.

    The logistics of this have me thinking I need to pass on this opportunity, but dammmmn; I'll never get another opportunity like this.

    So, does anyone have ideas on how I can overcome these obstacles?
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    I thought about doing just that.

    ETA: Just PM'd him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazin View Post
    Hit up Opie
    Yep, he builds those.
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    Put that on the front door and people will be sure to break in through your windows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cstone View Post
    Put that on the front door and people will be sure to break in through your windows.
    It would cut down on solicitation though. Cut a small hinged gunport in it and buy a super-sized fake prosthetic eye to stick in it. They'll never come back.

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    Dude, all you'd need is a TACLANE or two and you could have a work from home SCIF!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CavSct1983 View Post
    Dude, all you'd need is a TACLANE or two and you could have a work from home SCIF!
    Ugh. That sounds AWFUL.
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    Indeed.
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    After getting some information from Opie I think I'm going to let this opportunity pass.

    Once I get into another house I'll build a SCIF level secure room and put a SCIF door on it - it'll be a hell of a lot cheaper.
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