Sentry Alarm Mines, Trip Wire Alarm – Made in the USA Series

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Sentry Alarm Mines : http://tiny.cc/kvs88x
Sentry Alarm Mines : http://tiny.cc/kvs88x
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Colorado –-(Ammoland.com)- The Sentry Alarm Mines Trip Wire Alarm can be used to protect individual items or large areas with just a trip wire or string.

The Sentry Alarm Mines Trip Wire Alarm can be used on gear boxes, firearm cases, equipment, tools, supplies, vehicles, pastures, fences, roads, gates, and at camp to secure your perimeter and valuable equipment.

A distinct advantage to a trip wire alarm with the loud crack of a simulated gun shot is the trespasser or thief knows that you are aware of his presence and location, and that you are serious about security.

The Sentry Alarm Mines is tiny, easily concealed, uses a loud, readily available, inexpensive .22 caliber blank, sold at all home improvement stores.

This quality product is made in the USA. The Sentry Alarm Mines can be easily and quickly installed temporarily with a zip tie, string, tape or wire, and more permanently with screws.

Sentry Alarm Mines .22 CALIBER TRIP WIRE ALARM

The Sentry alarm protects your possessions 24/7/365.

Using a .22 caliber blank the Sentry sends out a loud report that frightens the would be thief, and alerts you. Use anywhere, indoors or outside, on tools, vehicles, trailers, generators, food buckets and virtually any place that needs an extra bit of security.

Cover huge areas like fields and pastures with a-Sentry and some fishing line, or use one line to secure numerous items at the same time.

The Sentry Alarm Mines can be installed permanently or temporarily, indoors or outside, and can be used at home, in shops, barns, cabins, sheds, at camp, jobsites, root cellars as well as installed on ATV's, trailers, chain saws, generators and more. Imagine the shock when some thief tries to steal your property and POW, a loud report lets him know you are on to him. He flees empty handed and without a confrontation, but with a new found respect for your OPSEC.

Sentry Alarm Mines EASY TO USE

The Sentry Alarm Mines can be easily attached to wood, steel, poles, fence posts, tools, vehicles and even plastic buckets. The 3″ flat steel strap can be attached with screws, wire, string, tape, zip ties and more.

The Sentry Alarm Mines uses .22 starting pistol blanks or inexpensive “Ramset” nail gun loads from home improvement stores that cost about .11 cents each.

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Miles
Miles
4 years ago

The Manufacturers website is: http://www.alarmmine.com and they are also available at Amazon.com

Evelyn Baseman
Evelyn Baseman
1 year ago
Reply to  Miles

Is this legal in a residential neighborhood?

LEO SOTOMAYOR
LEO SOTOMAYOR
4 years ago

waiting for reply

Steve French
Steve French
5 years ago
Diesel
Diesel
6 years ago

Any update on another to purchase since that website is no longer available?

Desert
Desert
5 years ago

Just show us how it works, we will make our own…..

tom
tom
5 years ago
Reply to  Desert

if you cant figure out how this works you probably shouldnt play with it. 🙂

david
david
5 years ago
Reply to  Desert

Yep.the price is way to much.any hardware store for parts.5 to 10.00

Mike
Mike
3 years ago
Reply to  Desert

Why not just call’em & ask for the blueprints!! Jeeezzzzz!!! Just take a “screen shot” of the video!! Thats enough to be able to make one..but then again…observing your “skill” with the internet…I doubt your ability to make one! Oh..just to help you along…just hold down the left mouse key (if your right handed) and drap it across the url (the web address) which will turn it into another color…then just right click on it (copy)..then just open another “tab” in your browser & in the address bar (where you see the HTTP or HTTPS stuff)…right click there & “paste”..thats… Read more »

grizz
grizz
7 years ago

The link for the mini-sentry is ‘bad’. Any other sources? I’m in Colorado if that helps any.