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#stairs #gun #safe for when the shit goes down

#stairs #gun #safe for when the shit goes down

Home design with safe room. I'm not sure if I'd have my kids bedrooms that far away from our master and the safe room, just saying.

Home design with safe room. I'm not sure if I'd have my kids bedrooms that far away from our master and the safe room, just saying.

Underground Stair Steel Storm Shelters - Community, Underground, Safe Room, Utility Room, Hillside, Tornado Protection, Storm Protection, Below Ground. www.steelstormshelters.com

Underground Stair Steel Storm Shelters - Community, Underground, Safe Room, Utility Room, Hillside, Tornado Protection, Storm Protection, Below Ground. www.steelstormshelters.com

Deconstructing a Safe Room.

Deconstructing a Safe Room.

Secret passage - yeah, it sounds... yeah. But love the idea of a secret passage to some room (maybe meditation room or vanity room)

Secret passage - yeah, it sounds... yeah. But love the idea of a secret passage to some room (maybe meditation room or vanity room)

Tactical Hand Signals - preparation for the Zombie appocalypse

Tactical Hand Signals - preparation for the Zombie appocalypse

http://www.cutelariaartesanal.com.br/forum/index.php?topic=24220.0

http://www.cutelariaartesanal.com.br/forum/index.php?topic=24220.0

Estes 7 Gadgets que você pode levar no bolso, e alguns dele você realmente iria querer ter no bolso em alguma situação de emergência.

im sorry, i just thought this was funny. someone spent a lot of time thinking up this SHtuff! LOL!

im sorry, i just thought this was funny. someone spent a lot of time thinking up this SHtuff! LOL!

Between 1955 and 1991, more than 1,500 of these underground facilities were located right across the UK, roughly 10 miles apart mainly in remote rural locations. They were of a standard design and constructed of 7 inch thick, steel-reinforced concrete 20 feet beneath the ground

Between 1955 and 1991, more than 1,500 of these underground facilities were located right across the UK, roughly 10 miles apart mainly in remote rural locations. They were of a standard design and constructed of 7 inch thick, steel-reinforced concrete 20 feet beneath the ground