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    Hesco RAID rapid-deployment barrier - GIF

    Hesco RAID rapid-deployment barrier.



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    Deploy 2 rows 20 feet apart around a perimeter After deployment just fill with sand and have a substantial barrier. After filling string a 5 coil stack of razor wire on top of the outer barrier, set clay-mores every few feet on top add a guard tower on each corner manned with twin mini guns on tripods connected to remotes with motion censored game cams set up your tent compound and you will be all set for the zombie apocalypse
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    If the barrier material were made from fiberglass or Nomex, it could probably stop a grass fire in its tracks. Question is, how to rapidly retract it back into the trailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by owen moore View Post
    If the barrier material were made from fiberglass or Nomex, it could probably stop a grass fire in its tracks. Question is, how to rapidly retract it back into the trailer.
    Just reverse the video to stow it back in the container at the same speed it came out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank S View Post
    Deploy 2 rows 20 feet apart around a perimeter After deployment just fill with sand and have a substantial barrier. After filling string a 5 coil stack of razor wire on top of the outer barrier, set clay-mores every few feet on top add a guard tower on each corner manned with twin mini guns on tripods connected to remotes with motion censored game cams set up your tent compound and you will be all set for the zombie apocalypse
    Frank - you need silver bullets and wooden stakes through the heart to kill zombies. Claymores and mini guns with conventional ammo will not protect you, but will be a lot of fun.



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