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Old October 29th, 2012, 02:58   #16
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post a reward notice, 500 bucks for name of person =D
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Old October 29th, 2012, 03:18   #17
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haha well that may be considered.... But I have a feeling I would have 50000 different names in my inbox if I did that :P
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Old October 29th, 2012, 11:33   #18
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If there's no unique marking (ie Serial number) or being unusally rare say good bye to it.
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Old October 29th, 2012, 12:13   #19
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My sympathies to the OP - having anything stolen from you by a thief just plain sucks.

In the GTA area, Condo thefts are epidemic - the parking garage is nothing more than an indoor market of sorts for the light-fingered. There has been a serious problem with motorcycle theft rings for the past number of years who can be in and out of a parking garage in about 2 minutes flat with a motorcycle thrown into the back of a (stolen) van with bogus plates. When there are arrests made, it seems to be purely by chance .. otherwise they have operated pretty much with a free hand, with minimal Police investigation and intervention.

A fenced-in storage locker would present minimal challenge to all but the most casual, opportunity-knocks type thief.
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Old October 29th, 2012, 15:08   #20
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I keep all my airsoft guns inside a locked (real steel) gun cabinet inside my condo storage unit. The gun cabinet is chained to a nearby pole.

For anyone out there whose storage lockers are easily accessible like the OP, I humbly recommend you investigate gun lockers in the future...
Nothing will stop a determined thief 100%. But applying security in layers, and being very discreet in the transport and storage of your airsoft (always out of sight), will go a long way in condo/apartment buildings.
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Old October 29th, 2012, 16:05   #21
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yah, they only cover the front door and the garage. So he prob went out the back door. took a look at it. They only go back a week as well at 4x FF... But didn't see anyone leaving with my stuff.
hrm...well if you didnt see anyone leaving with it i would possibly suspect its still there, like in the building. These storage lockers, are they just fenced and you can see through them?

I'd be wanting to peak into those other storage lockers and see whats up. If you can get over the top of them with a ladder I might suspect that the person that stole your shit also has a storage locker and might have a ladder in it. would make for a pretty easy scoop and stow.
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Old October 29th, 2012, 17:33   #22
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Check pawn shops and classifieds, that's you're best bet. Good luck man.

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Old October 29th, 2012, 18:31   #23
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Damn that sucks man ... Hope everything turns out well, I'm going to be spending a shit ton on airsoft in the coming up months. And I know I'd be infuriated if someone stole it.. All that money that went into the gear ...
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Old October 29th, 2012, 21:33   #24
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I'm maybe a maniac but, I always keep my aeg's and pistol inside a locked out armored cabinet (like the canadian tire's for firearms).

I also deep engraved my nickname on many parts of my aegs and pistol (also painted my nick on my gear) and keep every pictures of em on a private web server. (we should all do the same for everything at home for insurance proof like TVs, PCs, consoles...)

You did great of showing the pics and let know everybody of the robbery. good luck.
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Old October 30th, 2012, 17:32   #25
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I'll put the word out here in the Greater Vancouver area about the stolen guns thru FVAA,OP-For and BCAC.

update 1:58pm Oct. 30th: Now posted news on FVA, Op-For and BCAC forums.
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Old October 31st, 2012, 06:00   #26
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What I've done to mine, and I've heard it has worked to recover other items in the past, scratch/ inscribe your drivers lisence number in a descrete location on your gear/rifles. Ive got it scratched in to at least 3 places on each of my rifles and pistols. But I hope your rifles get returned to you in the same condition man. Fingers crossed!
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Old November 1st, 2012, 00:45   #27
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What I've done to mine, and I've heard it has worked to recover other items in the past, scratch/ inscribe your drivers lisence number in a descrete location on your gear/rifles. Ive got it scratched in to at least 3 places on each of my rifles and pistols. But I hope your rifles get returned to you in the same condition man. Fingers crossed!
could be a double edged sword... if they steal it and know your name... suddenly they have your DL number.
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Old November 17th, 2012, 01:17   #28
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just want to bump this up. Still holding on to a little hope here....
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Old November 26th, 2012, 22:43   #29
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very sorry for your loss sir.must be really painful to not see your hard earned investments suddenly disappear.hope you get the people who stole this.
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