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Old 12-03-2012, 08:34 PM   #11 (permalink)
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or follow him home and when he gets out of the car run him over multiple times
Not nearly the satisfaction of a raging pounding of your fists to his face and body.
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Not nearly the satisfaction of a raging pounding of your fists to his face and body.
better yet lets pick up a two story rambler and hit him with it until he lapses into unconsciousness
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:47 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I always lock up my gear. I'm banking on thefts being crimes of opportunity most of the time. I also try to use facilities that are high up on the mountain so that my equipment isn't adjacent to a parking lot.
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I always lock up my gear. I'm banking on thefts being crimes of opportunity most of the time. I also try to use facilities that are high up on the mountain so that my equipment isn't adjacent to a parking lot.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:53 PM   #15 (permalink)
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I just put the lock/steel rope attached to the rack(or where you always put your board) first thing in the morning. That way i don't have to carry it with me.
That only works for a small mountain. One of the mountains I ride at has 5 lodges and building a 6th. A small combo/key lock like the Dakine works great. About the size of a cell phone, just a tad thicker.
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:00 PM   #16 (permalink)
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That only works for a small mountain. One of the mountains I ride at has 5 lodges and building a 6th. A small combo/key lock like the Dakine works great. About the size of a cell phone, just a tad thicker.
That's dakine of lock I use. I'm sure the cable is easy to cut but one would have to have a cable cutter and premeditation.
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That's dakine of lock I use. I'm sure the cable is easy to cut but one would have to have a cable cutter and premeditation.
Like others have said; if there are 20+ boards all around with no locks I doubt they will waste their time cutting a lock.
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:13 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Keystone in Colorado started doing free ski checking by the Gondola. According to the guest services employees I talked to, ski and snowboard theft is very high in Summit County. Lots of equipment has been stolen at Summit ski ares. I am Glad to see a resort taking action like this.

I think locks are effective unless every person starts using them.
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Keystone in Colorado started doing free ski checking by the Gondola. According to the guest services employees I talked to, ski and snowboard theft is very high in Summit County. Lots of equipment has been stolen at Summit ski ares. I am Glad to see a resort taking action like this.

I think locks are effective unless every person starts using them.
If what your saying is that its not effective unless everyone locks up, I would have to disagree. I have actually seen someone mess around with my board while locked up at one of the scummiest places one can ride on the east coast(mountain creek). If my board wasnt locked up, theres no doubt in my mind he wouldve just walked right off with it.
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:24 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Going to buy my lock tomorrow....
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