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    Thieving scum.

    Not just your average scum but tossers who rip bits off your car.
    Last night both side indicators were ripped off my car along with the rear S-Line badge.
    Ok, so the lens are about a fiver each and they pop out and push back in.

    So why did the brain dead tosser lever them out with a screwdriver?
    So now I have two bulbs hanging out on my wings with bloody big scratches in the paint.

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    Think some of your toys would come in handy for situations like this huh, *******s need stringing up by there ****** & cat of nine tails, that'll teach them as no one came back for that a 2nd time

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    This sort of thing really pisses me off, that's why I have a camera recording outside my house all the time, sounds overkill because nothing ever happens around here but one day you never know.
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    A clear cut case for some middle east style justice here....
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    now we're talking
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    Aaaah!!!! Sorry to hear this mate, you know the score, you should get one of those signs on your house "beware of the dog" but cross the dog out and put GUNS!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by A4Quattro View Post
    This sort of thing really pisses me off, that's why I have a camera recording outside my house all the time, sounds overkill because nothing ever happens around here but one day you never know.
    Not an overkill at all Chris, I have 3-4 IP cameras working constantly & with day/night vision onto my solid NAS unit with storage online aswell, I had my old audi s3 & s4 damaged by fecking hoodie motherfeckers, so I thought it cost me this to get fixed & this to be monitored, no brainer, just cant afford it happening again & again mate so totally right way to go, touch wood no more problems. I dont live in **** area whatsoever, but its everywhere now, they see nice car automatically think rich *******, really really fecks me of, next time happens for sure, I see it, it'll be a day they never forget I tell yer, oops cameras must have had power cut that time, oh well never mind little feckers, I never did it so why do they, thing is they think no one would do anything about it, I couldnt give a **** about retaliation, I'm not gonna let them think they can go about this day in day out

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    Quote Originally Posted by A4Quattro View Post



    now we're talking
    I lived in SA for a year back in 2000 & believe me these were good ideas, lol, its worse now I hear, they also did briefcase version, thats why I drive around as I do now with doors locked etc

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    I'm not full IP, my DVR is IP enabled but the cameras are analogue, mil-spec.
    Will see in total darkness....

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    I spent ages searching for good ones, my NAS has a surveillance station built in which is very good indeed, just cameras are so hit & miss, but did ok with some of the Y-Cam ones about today, show great day & good night images aswell, what make are those ones & where'd you get mate as always looking for better ones anyway, I considered dvr but as nas had thought I'd at least give it a test & hate having loads of equipment everywhere, minimalistic as is.

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    Absolute scum. I fail to see why these workshy arseholes think they have the right to help themselves to other peoples property.

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    Know the feeling, some scum stole my alloy valve caps off my rims on sunday night outside my house, they left marks on my alloys where there's suppose to be a dusting of brake dust... so annoying.



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    I have only just had the mess cleared up from my encounter with visitors to my car http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/showthr...267#post666267

    Police did mention cameras but what use are they when they wear balaclava's (which they do) I feel for you Paul but what can you do!? they were passing by and think they have something worth money just keep an eye on gumtree or fleabay as I do.

    I have spent about a grand because of them *******s but oh well.

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    Euro car parts got me a pair in a few hours for 4.95 each. Don't know whether to replace the S-Line badge or not though, if I do it will hide the scratches, but then it may only get ripped off again.
    Perhaps a S-Line sticker rather than a badge?

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    i leeve my top window open 2 inch youle be surprised how much more you can here i herd voices looked out theres 3 guys on mountain bike checking my ride i staired at them at they rode off saying nothing i wish i had an m4 assault rifle with laser scope id let them get about half a mile away and pop his wig off the *******s i hope i done catch anyone i cant possibly perdict what would happen scary at the same time but id want to kill em

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    you got them guns are you in a gun club or sumut i need some home defence my self hook us up a glock and some hollow tips glock 18 preflebly lol


    Quote Originally Posted by sidibear View Post
    Not just your average scum but tossers who rip bits off your car.
    Last night both side indicators were ripped off my car along with the rear S-Line badge.
    Ok, so the lens are about a fiver each and they pop out and push back in.

    So why did the brain dead tosser lever them out with a screwdriver?
    So now I have two bulbs hanging out on my wings with bloody big scratches in the paint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jojo View Post
    Know the feeling, some scum stole my alloy valve caps off my rims on sunday night outside my house, they left marks on my alloys where there's suppose to be a dusting of brake dust... so annoying.
    Were they the so called 'lockable' ones Jo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by quattrojames View Post
    Were they the so called 'lockable' ones Jo?
    No, just cheapo chrome look ones that came with the rims.



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    Ah ok, I am considering buying some decent valve caps, and see they come with a sort of locking mechanism, I just wondered how effective they are. I don't want some scrote taking them off in the first week
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    Quote Originally Posted by quattrojames View Post
    Ah ok, I am considering buying some decent valve caps, and see they come with a sort of locking mechanism, I just wondered how effective they are. I don't want some scrote taking them off in the first week
    Ah yes, the lock on ones, the thieving scum will just damage your valves when trying to nick them mate.



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    @10 Blazin, yes, I am a section 1 firearms holder. Why a Glock? Its not just the gun its the ammo as well.
    A De Lisle with .45acp black talon rounds would be very very effective. (Wikipedia it)

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    The De Lisle was made by Fords at Dagenham!
    I reckon he said Glock because he heard it on Die Hard.... lol

    HK USP or the Browning Hi Power would be my personal choice
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    Browning Hi Po, good choice, needs to be a bigger calibre though. .45acp is a nice calibre for stopping power, in either a Colt auto or Kimber .45.

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    For close range stuff, rusty screwdrivers are known to stop the average wizzed up Chav.
    Re-useable too!
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    in behind the windpipe, no sound.
    Alternatively under the ribcage up into the lung through the diaphragm, no sound.

    Wizzed up Chav..... done
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    In through the trac and into the spine, move it side to side and instant stoppage.

    Isn't that a Fairburn Sykes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sidibear View Post
    In through the trac and into the spine, move it side to side and instant stoppage.

    Isn't that a Fairburn Sykes?

    Youve thought about this ****
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    Quote Originally Posted by A4Quattro View Post


    in behind the windpipe, no sound.
    Alternatively under the ribcage up into the lung through the diaphragm, no sound.

    Wizzed up Chav..... done
    Class.

    Done indeed.

    Wont even set the little ****ers tag off!
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    BMW 320d M Sport
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulAr View Post

    Youve thought about this ****
    I am actually trained in this **** but changed jobs several years ago due to a spine injury.

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    because a glock 18 with extended clip is the ****** on auto lol



    Quote Originally Posted by sidibear View Post
    @10 Blazin, yes, I am a section 1 firearms holder. Why a Glock? Its not just the gun its the ammo as well.
    A De Lisle with .45acp black talon rounds would be very very effective. (Wikipedia it)

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    because i heard it on die hard.... you got me wrong pal i know my guns to and a glock 18 on auto is a nice weopon pal heres a clip alright it is not amazingly accurate on auto but the firepower would piss on you choice

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBjUDCyDCuI


    Quote Originally Posted by A4Quattro View Post
    The De Lisle was made by Fords at Dagenham!
    I reckon he said Glock because he heard it on Die Hard.... lol

    HK USP or the Browning Hi Power would be my personal choice

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    10Blazin. I think you will find that Glock do not make a full auto pistol and that one has been specially modified.
    The idea behind a gun is to stop someone as soon as possible from trying to kill you. A 9mm, no matter what gun it comes out of, does not have that much stopping power. You need a large slow moving calibre.
    And yes, I do know my guns.

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    they do make an automatic that isnt a converted gun you can convert them yes but they also make a glock 18 c that is single or automatic fire they stopped making them and are a rare gun which is also in the matrix the black guy has 2 of them i quote from the link below

    Why on Earth did Gaston Glock design a fully-automatic pistol? This is one of the most asked Glock questions. Controlling such a beast is well nigh impossible except for the most well-trained operator, and any such gun clogs up so fast with carbon and debris that it's use would be limited to the most specialised needs. Glock themselves offer a training course specifically for the Glock 18, and at one point (not sure if they still do it) they wouldn't sell them to any customers in the US until they had taken the course.


    In 1983 when Gaston Glock designed the original Glock 17, he envisaged that there would be a wider market than just the Austrian military, for whom the 17 was designed. Consequently, he designed the 17L for target shooters (basically a 17 with a longer slide) and the fully-automatic 18 to increase the appeal of the gun to the police and military markets. Little did Gaston know that a few years later paranoia about "plastic guns" in the US would increase demand for his polymer-framed pistol to unforseen levels, and provide the impetus for the slew of other Glock models that have subsequently been produced.
    Sales of the Glock 18 appear to have gone mostly to SWAT teams and the like, although apparently the Italian airport police carry them.
    Mr Glock cleverly designed the Glock 18 so that you could not easily take a Glock 17 and change a few parts to make an illegal fully-automatic firearm.

    http://www.cybershooters.org/dgca/prod01.htm
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    that ar15 is the dogs

 

 

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