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01/31/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield
Let’s face it: stashing away your valuables in a conventional safe just doesn’t cut it anymore. Burglars and home invaders know to make a beeline for big, metal safes to get the goods. So, how else can you hide your family heirlooms, your guns, and whatever else you hold near and dear to your heart? Fortunately, there are many places around your home where you can stash your most prized possessions, and here are some for you to consider. (h/t to BioPrepper.com)
As any prepper worth their salt knows, being over-prepared is better than being under-prepared. Even if a nuclear attack doesn’t happen, break-ins and robberies are threats that you should still take into consideration. They can happen to anyone at anytime. Don’t wait for them to happen to you before making an effort to secure what matters the most.
Want more guides on other ways of protecting your home? Then go to Preparedness.news for tips and tricks on prepping for the worst.
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