Thursday, July 4, 2013

Michigan Personal Protection Tip: Properly Secure Sliding Doors With Anti-Lift Locks

Michigan Personal Protection Tips: Properly Secure Sliding Doors With Anti-Lift Locks.

If you knew how ridiculously easy it is to quickly compromise a sliding door, you would immediately jump into your vehicle and head down to the closest hardware store and spend $10 to buy an anti-lift lock.

Sliding doors are typically secured with latches that are easily circumvented. Many home owners know that and correctly improve their sliding door security by placing a long metal or wooden dowel in the track to prevent it from opening.

However, many people are not aware of how easy it is to push up on a sliding door and pull it up out of the track. A modestly experienced burglar can gain access to your home in seconds. 

Thusly, if you have a sliding door you should stop whatever you are doing and buy and install an anti-lift lock for less than $10. It attaches to your door and a pin extends into the frame which limits the movement necessary to pull the door out of the track.

Of course, another option for a home-invader is to smash the glass out and walk through the door frame. This tactic makes a lot of noise and some bad guys aren't that brazen. Their goal, in general, is to quietly enter, grab whatever is accessible, and quickly leave.

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Rick Ector is a National Rifle Association credentialed Firearms Trainer, who provides Michigan CCW Class training in Detroit for students at his firearms school - Rick's Firearm Academy of Detroit.

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