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Protecting decoying equipment

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    Like most of us my decoying stuff would cost a few quid to replace. Am fully insured but do not wish to make things easy for any herberts that may be around

    About to move, possibly a less secure area than where I live now, time will tell.

    Are there any padlocks out there that will hold up a ne'er do well for more than a second and will last more than 5 mins in our weather?

    My mrs had lost the key to her bike lock - that took 1 second with the bolt crops.

    thanks for any suggestions

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    1 hour ago, 243deer said:

    Like most of us my decoying stuff would cost a few quid to replace. Am fully insured but do not wish to make things easy for any herberts that may be around

    About to move, possibly a less secure area than where I live now, time will tell.

    Are there any padlocks out there that will hold up a ne'er do well for more than a second and will last more than 5 mins in our weather?

    My mrs had lost the key to her bike lock - that took 1 second with the bolt crops.

    thanks for any suggestions

    You can get some reallly close/tight ‘gape’ padlocks which make it awkward to get cutting gear on but that’s about it I think..  Sadly if they want to get in they will...

    Have used these in the past where locks have been cut and it seems to deter them.

    https://www.strongholddirect.co.uk/cisa-28550-85-hardened-steel-84mm-container-block-lock?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI66fPi-GU3AIVxvZRCh28kQhrEAQYDSABEgK4KfD_BwE

    These looks good, but it would be cheaper to buy new gear..

    https://www.safe.co.uk/products/abus-granit-37-80-closed-shackle-high-security-padlock-quad-pack.html?ACODE=googlebase&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI66fPi-GU3AIVxvZRCh28kQhrEAQYDyABEgLQFvD_BwE

     

     

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