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I'm looking for plans, examples, ideas, etc, for hidden compartments in a home that would have a good chance to survive a decent police sweep or beak in.
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Stuff like this I think is too obvious.
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be original, think of your own hiding place. there are glowniggers here, don't tell give away your secret hiding places.
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Something like this might be better, but I'm still very iffy on it. I don't think it would survive a decent search.
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>>2126356
That's why I'm just looking for ideas and examples, then use those to think of my own. Most of them look too obvious to me.
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>>2126358
You could do this, but in the floor of a kitchen drawer cabinet. There is 3" of dead space below the cabinet. Depending on the shape of the drawer you might not even be able to see the hole without completely removing the drawer. Buy a piece of 1/4" wood that matches the color of the inside and cover the hole with it.

>>2126355
You could do this too, but use a real working a/c register. If it's connected to a flex duct just descretely make it removable with a couple screws. Then you can push it up into the ceiling or into the wall to hide your dildos.

You can do this with recessed electrical lights. Most of them after the trim/bulb and 3 screws are removed can be pushed up into the attic for access to the wiring junction box.
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>>2126377
Speaking of dildos, I have also thought of making an obvious one with a few bucks and porno stashed away or whatever, to misdirect.
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>>2126349
The real question is who do you expect to be searching for your stash? 007 or Leroy?

Time is another factor as well as what. You aren't hiding anything elicit from the dogs, not happening. I think they even have some trained to sniff out certain types of electronics.
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>>2126356
> thinks the feds give a fuck about this board

Shiggy.
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>>2126360
The door stash but on the bottom.
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>>2126392
Does the coffee grounds trick not work anymore?
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>>2126392
Drug sniffing dogs is just a thin legal mechanism for probable cause, they bring the dog so he "hits" on the car, that gives them PC to search without having it thrown out.. They don't work. They're barely even as accurate as a coin toss. Read some of the recent cases and studies. So maybe be worried about dogs trampling on your rights, but rest easy about dogs sniffing out your dildo collection.
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>>2126349
Buy a bunch of sextoys off amazon. Take them out of their boxes. Put your illegal shit in the boxes. Maybe jerk off and leave some crusty cum on the toys. Throw it all into a bigger box. Feds won't search it.
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I don't know any good hiding spots
But i know many bad ones
>Toilet water tank
>Those gay cutout books (i'll kill you if you do that)
>Behind a vent door
>Under/inside a mattress
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in the soil of potted plants
inside somewhat "dirty" vacuum canisters
behind the showerhead or tub faucet
food boxes/container
fake wall outlet covers
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>>2126377
>You could do this, but in the floor of a kitchen drawer cabinet. There is 3" of dead space below the cabinet. Depending on the shape of the drawer you might not even be able to see the hole without completely removing the drawer. Buy a piece of 1/4" wood that matches the color of the inside and cover the hole with it.
You can buy cabinets with those drawers.
>>2126392
>dog meme
They don't record the false positive rate because if they did, and it was presented in court, dogs would never be used for probable cause ever again.
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>he doesn't keep his money hidden in his pc
ngmi
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>>2127447
>pc gets stolen and enslaved in the bitcoin mines
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>Bury the stiff you want to hide in a massive concrete foundation
>Let the concrete foundation dry
>Build a house on top of the foundation

Pretty foolproof
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>>2127268
That's actually incredibly clever, and doubles as a wonderful cover for all the sex toys that I buy from amazon.
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>>2127605
Turns out the "i" wasn't a typo
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>>2127605
are you talking about a basement or a coffin?
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>>2126358
Add the "Death Note" trap to it, anon.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOu_31G-1lM
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buy a wallmart safe and put it on display for the world to see. put a brick there or few packages of printer paper there.
hide your valuables inside a flour/salt jar and put it between other food items in your kitchen
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>>2126349
My last house I had loft flooring that all slotted together, one piece had a hinge, the slot shaved off and screws that were cut, the only way to lift it was by screwing in a self tapping hook and pulling it up, was pretty sweet.
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>>2128275
they pour it out and test it for drugs/contraband.
my brother got our house raided from hs junkie friends snitching for drugs. you also dont leave the property until they deem it searched.
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>>2126349
A fake electrical socket.
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>>2128596
they rip the plates off the walls to check. they dont even unscrew them. they already know all these tricks.

get a few manuals on hiding shit, and the cop manuals on searching for contraband inside of a residence. learn it from both sides.
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>>2126429
They're 100% accurate. The humans are corrupt pieces of shit.
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>>2127356
this, I have three faucets in my shower, and whenever they try to remove the first one and it shoots them in the face with water, they don't even bother checking the 2nd or third.
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I think you need to have multiple layers. Like starting point is already having it in generally difficult to access area like the crawlspace or attic, if you can get to it in less than 2 minutes then it's probably no good anyway. Then having it in a hidden compartment on top of that would be layer 2, then having a decoy safe or obvious hidden compartment with dildos is layer 3.

The actual spot should be integrated into the structure of the home, not just within a piece of furniture or whatever, it's one thing for them to turn over potted plants and cut your couch cushions, but it's another for them to start tearing out floorboards and drywall.
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>>2126349
I think it depends on what you're trying to hide and how easy it should be to get the when you need it.

>drugs:
OPgetsfuckedbydogs.m2ts
>your priceless collection of shemale hentai scat porn:
put on microSD, wrap in plastic tape and tape to some retarded place like inside the door seal of washing machine, inside the wheel or other part of a bicycle,
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>>2129342
If I was securing anything digital I would obviously just encrypt it. I'm talking about things that have huge implications down the road, during unrest and civil war, and/or the government overreach that precedes it, like mandatory confiscations. Things like precious metals, seed phrases. firearms, etc. The kind of shit that will make or break you when SHTF.
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>>2126349
Become a hoarder. Simple as.
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>>2126424
It never worked, just a Hollywood creation.
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>>2126429
they work in every country except USA though
funny that
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>>2126349
Depends on what you're hiding.
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How about in the walls of a safe? Or the floor of a safe, like a secret compartment in a safe.
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i came up with an idea today it's not the easiest thing because it demands a little bit of masonry but it will be low profile as fuck put your belongings in a container made of a threaded PVC pipe and two caps
bury it 3-4 feet underground and set up a barbeque above it
lay bricks on top of a pavement slab about the size of the brbq and cover it with dirt
when time comes to recover your treasure clear the pavement on witch it stands, topple whole thing and dig
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What kind of evidence does burying something leave?
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are propane-butane fueled cars a thing in the states?
if yes do what smugglers do and instal a fake gas tank in your trunk and hide your goodies there
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>>2130058
empty spot in your lawn
can be covered with grass some sort of shrub or what this retard suggests >>2130053
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>>2130061
We've got a lot of rocks and sand here. What kind of evidence would that leave if the hole was filled back with sand and covered with rocks? I forgot that most people have lawns full of grass desu.
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>>2130062
Not much i imagine
Just another patch of dirt
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>>2128889
>whenever they try to remove the first one and it shoots them in the face with water, they don't even bother checking the 2nd or third.
What the fuck is your life that people are frequently casing your house?
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>>2130062
Ground-penetrating radar is a potential threat.
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for fucks sake

do not hide shit all over the place. build one single stash (ONE).
if they find ANYTHING hidden, they will pull out all the stops and bring in trained professionals who will go to great lengths to search every fucking thing.
next, they generally already know you have something and are searching for it. so they will keep searching until they find it. your best bet is to give them "what they are looking for" or to not make it known in the first place.
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>>2126349
Anything convenient for you can and will be found. You need to make it inconvenient for you too, ie bury it in the woods
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>>2129514
In the UK we use either German Sheperds or Spaniels. Spaniels are gun dogs used to sniffing out shot birds in brush/woodland so are used to sorting through complex smells to find a single one. The breed you use really imapcts how accurate they are. More likely theyre using generic police dogs than trained sniffers.
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>Take a hammer and chisle and carve a big hole in your wall/floor
>Put your stuff in a plastic bag and put that bag in a closed container
>Hide the treasure in the hole and cover it with concrete (paint it over if it's a wall)
>Put a fridge/wardrobe on top of your hiding spot
Impossible to find unless the CIA x-rays your walls/floors
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>>2126349

install a fake shitter pipe with a screw off cleanout cap, hide your stash wrapped in cloth way down the fake pipe and around a corner so you retrieve it by sticking a pipe snake in and snagging it.
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>>2129514
Doubt. Depends how they are used. Usually they're just picking up cues from the handler. They can tell you want to stop that guy, so they do. Look at the studies
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>>2128729
Well when you get a treat everytime you sit down after walking around a car, dont you want a treat? Jusy sit down, jeez. Your handler gets so excited too
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>>2129372
Seed phrases m
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>>2126349
the thing is, if one is found, they'll rip the house apart looking for more. (assuming they're law enforcement or burglars with a lot of time)
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>>2126349
Nice try fbi
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>>2126429
>>2127368
>>2128729
>>2129514
>>2130329
>>2130461
In my country were legit cases where the dog did detect stuff during a "drugs are bad" presentation at school.
Dude chose the worst day to bring a joint to school
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I think a hidden compartment would make sense against burglary.
Use a easy to spot one stuffed with fake jewelry and a counterfeit Rolex on top and hide the real stuff behind or somewhere else
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>>2130830

Or maybe he had a very poor pokerface.
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>>2126349
Taxidermy rats...CIA style
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>>2129514
They don't, it's a complete myth based on flawed studies that where not done properly blind. In the properly designed tests where there is no way for the handler to subconsciously or consciously instruct the dog the dogs do about as well as a coin toss.

They just use the dogs as an excuse to search everything they want.
When they don't find anything it's "must have been some residue there that the dog picked up on". When they do find something it's "see, the dogs work, they sniffed it out!".

The dogs always gets credit for working, no matter what the results are.
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>>2131349
>drug dogs are used in israel
>not used in the US
hmm... really makes you think...
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>>2130405
>they would never think to move the fridge to see if the wall/flooring looks funny.
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>>2130830
Depending how dank it is, I definitely believe a dog could sniff out weed. It's all the other drugs that I don't believe dogs can find.
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>>2126349
Hollowed out door, extra space behind the lockset and inside the handle/knob.
Inside large candles, this also defeats all smell-based detection. I ran into these guys who were shipping magic mushrooms through the US mail by putting them in big hollowed out scented candles.
Inside dummy piping, drain or water. For bonus points, make it actually hook up to the real pipes, and be usable.

Ideally, not on your property, or anywhere likely to be searched.

Leverage a trade or professional skill to outwit professional searchers. Woodworker? Inside something clearly (even to a fed) solid wood. Small gun inside spare gunstock. Auto mechanic? Deep in the engine, dashboard, somewhere only you can get to. Note that cops might as well be expert mechanics themselves when it comes to cars. Electronics? Hollow out some huge capacitors in an old TV, solder them back in. Welder/Metalworker? False bottomed aerosol can or gas cylinder, make it yourself. Guns? Load large cases with almost anything.

Have something sensitive but benign, or illegal but not truly punitive, hidden lousy. They find that and stop looking. Send to jail for 1 month of dude weed in the outlet, skip 10y heroin in the water heater.
>>2130058
Dogs can be trained for freshly turned earth. It also shows up on satelite, or UV aerial photos. Common for mining gulag escapes to fail because of this. In one case, they dug the tunnel, hiding the dirt in the....attic. Under ashes, because that does defeat dogs. Charcoal simply absorbs the smells.
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>>2131563
It's far more likely they are smelling volatile solvents that still remain in things like coke and meth than the odor of the drugs themselves.
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>>2131563
>Depending how dank it is, I definitely believe a dog could sniff out weed.
I can sniff out weed before anyone else can. I'm the drug dog of the group. Problem is I'm allergic to it so it's a very clear indicator for me to steer clear of wherever that is.
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>>2130999
Dude that wasn't even a search just a drugs are bad PSA
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>>2126429
>>2127368
>>2129514
>>2130329
>>2130461
>>2130464
>>2130999
>>2131563
>Additionally, very few states have mandatory training, testing, or certification standards for detection dogs.[24] This leaves people to question whether they are truly equipped to carry out searches.

Lol Clearly it must be the dogs that are not working.
Seriously WTF US any rando goodboi can be a detection dog and you're wondering that it's not working?
Also why would customs use them? They don't even need a pretext to search your mail/luggage?
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>>2126429
This is partially true
>drug/alcohol free
>parked at the end of a street where people smoke weed to talk to gf
>cop stopped
>Ask my gf alone if we were doing drugs
>She laughs in their faces because I never have/would and I don't even drink
>They ask me same thing
>Literally same response
>Ask to search car
>No because fuck the police
>They bring a fucking drug dog
>Woke cop keeps asking me questions
>Realizes they're barking up the wrong tree
>Dog cop says the dog got riled up by the back fender
>Woke cop chuckles
>No, let's go

In their defense, it was in a 'diverse' college town.
In my defense, fuck the retards running the drug dogs
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>>2126360
Hollow core doors have 1/4" MDF edge casing between the sides. If you just removed the 1/4" mdf strip put it underneath, it would be totally undetectable
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>>2129372
John Wick it.
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>>2126349
Why not just use your butt hole? With enough practice you can fit a lot of stuff in there
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Inside eletronics maybe?
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Would a skilled woodworker be able to hide their dildos in a living tree somewhere in the woods? If they carve out a section of it and paint it back to look real
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>>2126349
>I'm looking for plans, examples, ideas, etc, for hidden compartments in a home that would have a good chance to survive a decent police sweep or beak in.

How about something like pic related, though obviously not as deep?
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>>2126356
>there are glowniggers here, don't tell give away your secret hiding places.

We already know. It’s part of our training to make this shit for ourselves. Your average cop isn’t going to tear shit apart if it’s not a vehicle. Anything in a home will work against a standard search warrant and average cop if it’s not obvious.
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>>2126349
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>>2126429
Bro used to deal. ALWAYS order food and throw a to go box in the back seat.

Dog gives 0 fucks now and you lost a $5 sammich
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>>2126349
Inside appliances. Learn to take apart washer, dryer, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, oven.

Buy "warranty void of removed" stickers to put on when done. If any screws worn or mangled replace to look like nobody ever been in it.

I do appliance repair as a forced hand hobby. Can't afford a new fridge. Better fix this one or go without...

There's tons of room if you don't need access often. If you do and you don't cook often just put a spring door on the bottom of the oven and flip it on the side when you need in.

Since lumber is pushing 300% and I'm into this sort of thing I've decided to jump on the "hidden" furniture bandwagon. So bump I guess.

Tbh if it was me I'd run voice control to a second and hardwire a drone transmitter that hits a return to home button on a drone and the. Burns itself out so nobody can take manual controll.

I don't care if 50 cops with rifles and shotguns try and take it out. You get a good heavy lift drone with 1:14 lift and you can yell "police." And safety land your 5 pound coke brick in the woods or a friend's house. Using the word police the fucking pigs might even do it for you.

Saw a drug dealer with helium balloons launch his shit into the stratosphere. With a drone you can get them back. If you tether the GPS to the main back you'll be able to find it 10 years from now.
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>>2128729
>beats the living fuck out of the car
>dog is hyped 110%
>knows when he barks he gets good Boi treats and pets

well, the dog hit on the car... riiight
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>>2126349
Long ass string or stretch cord. Fish it up the wall a few feet from a power socket. Poke screw through the wall and repair pinhole or hang photo on it. Cut and terminate wires at the breaker box. Cut wires from box up a foot or so. Rip outlet off the wall looks normal. Pull outlet 3 feet more for stash
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>>2129514
Rentfree
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>>2130058
0 if you do it right. Cut a few inches deep and put the grass plug back. May e water a few times to make sure it roots back. Anything under that do wtf u want.
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>>2130059
Not really but op could run NOS with fake tanks. I do that shit all the time for laughs and not storage. Hang out with peak autism mud buggy bros. Pretty much all of them run blower buggies and nos is hard to get refilled here and leaks. So normally 1 or 2 guys will make a 2 hour trip with a pickup load of bottles.

Last time I got ratchet straps and trash lines. Poked like 15 holes in the trunk of my ratted out Honda and cut the exhaust off. People pointed and laughed for 2 days it was great.
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>>2130062
If you grab a fistful of grass or bushes and sweep you shoe prints away you'll never notice. I work in a desert basically and prank people all of the time by just walking over, doing dumb shit, and thy backtracking with a 20 year old bristle broom.
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>>2126349
>hidden compartments in a home

No, hidden compartments should never be in your home. If you can easily access it, so can the adversary.
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>>2130454
This man is a fucking genious!
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>>2130830
My school were such cunts. 3 days after Columbine. Alright guys. If the office calls asking for a red stapler lock the door, cover the windows, and hide.

3 or four days later they do it. We all think we are gonna die. "Thank mutherfuck me and a buddy decided to strap up after that." Between us we had 2 .45 a .22 and a .38 on our person. Sitting there staring at him like yup, we about to go down in a blaze of glory bro for 3 hours.

...they brought a drug dog to search lockers for weed and found nothing even though another buddy had 3 fucking separate lockers he was selling weed from.

Glad I didn't draw my shit now. Would have been in a shootout with the fucking cops on accident.

Mutherfuckers made me nervous. Carried 24/7 2 guns minimum since that day.
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>>2132330
I could probably.

Birdhouse full of meth?
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put your coke into empty can of coke, keep it close to bin
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>>2130464
in non shit countries the doggo gets a treat every time.
from what i know the handlers even have a container with a small amount of a drug they let the dog smell after a unsuccessful search so he has its achievement and then he gets a treat.
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>>2132546
What do you think js more likely, dogs have superpowers and can smell drugs from inside a moving car from another car that passed that way hours ago. Or was it a scheme racist cops made up years ago and nigs always have drugs om image so it looks like the dogs work?
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>>2128275
can confirm. dormroom next to me got busted for selling every drug ive heard of, and even a few i havent heard of. dude went away for intent to distribute, and i got half a can of gatorade powder that they tested and deemed non contraband
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>>2132642
Isn't that what everyone here says? That detection dogs don't work in the US because of their dumbass system and not because they don't work in general
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>>2132530
kek
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>>2132494
Every bit of this is so goddamn retarded.
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>>2131349

Always figured there was a strong element of "Lets see who suddenly starts acting squirrelly when they notice my 'sniffer' dog"
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>>2131349
this isn't fully true. studies show that dogs can sniff out all kinds of things in a blind environment. like a gun that was last fired exactly 32 months ago then sealed in an airtight bag, hidden in a contained environment, with no humans present and only cameras watching. the dogs are timed but they almost always correctly identify the location of the gun, coming to a complete stop and gesturing towards where they think it is. only then does a human enter and retrieve the gun, giving them a treat if they were right. and this isn't just a single room, but usually an outdoor yard with many hiding places (sheds, containers etc.) even a 50% chance of finding it would be great considering there are dozens of hiding places, but at the end of their training they can be expected to find it in like 80-90% of tests within a few minutes.

and that's just trace amounts of gsr from years ago, but with weed we're talking a plant often called "skunk" because of the pugent smell. i mean christ if i can smell the stink of weed off a guy walking past me on a crowded street, how could a dog miss it?

that being said, dogs are also used to give false probable cause. they can be encouraged to bark and gesture at nothing by a handler, and this is definitely a tool cops use to violate people's rights. so yeah false positives are an unjust way that sniffer dogs are used to oppress people. but it is also true that dogs can detect the things they're trained to with a high level of accuracy, with zero input from a handler.
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My grandfather had a space behind the closet that he kept secret by filing false blueprints with the city and having multiple construction crews with different blueprints build his house. Stored his guns and gold there.
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>>2126392
>You aren't hiding anything elicit from the dogs, not happening. I think they even have some trained to sniff out certain types of electronics.
First off, the local cops aren't bringing a drug dog along on searches. Drug dogs exist for one purpose - to create probable cause for them to fist your anus on a traffic stop. Most locals doing a search haven't got the time or skill to comb over every inch of your house for evidence. For example, I recently sat on a jury panel and listened to the local sheriff describe how they surrounded a house, went in to search it, and couldn't find the suspect's hard drive after he literally threw it out the fucking window.
Feds, meanwhile, are a bit tougher. They've seen a lot more creative hiding spots and have the time and manpower to go deep. They're usually not bringing a dog either unless they're looking for bodies.
PROTIP: never keep felony weight where you sleep.
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>>2134098
Holu based
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I used a small drywall panel over my bedroom door and mudded it in.

Handgun, 4 boxes of ammo, $5k cash, 6 oz gold, couple knives plus the key to my safety deposit box.
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>>2134098
why the fuck would the city have blueprints of your house?

>land of the "free"
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Furniture has alot of good options but I'm really hesitant to use furniture, I really want it integrated directly into the house itself somehow.
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Dead space above an interior door.
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Sheet metal box glued on top of the air handler.
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Behind the baseboards. If there isn't a gap, you can just punch one out. Maybe upgrade to taller boards as well, repaint and calk, etc after access.
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Stash hidden in drywall, accessed from receptacle, pulled similarly to how you pull through wiring. Possibly also access from attic or basement.
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>>2127268
I have no doubt that state police or a federal agent would stick his hands on crusty cummy boxes to find a trace of illegal drugs. He would do it without gloves and probably taste test it to make sure I'm not trying to throw him off
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>>2134414
Does your country not have building permits?
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For small shit, cutout a hole behind your drawer fronts, then put back on drawer.
Behind toekicks under cabinets too.

If you need a big stash then probably a big hole in your yard and build something over it like a shed or something.
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>>2127668
kek
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>>2134663
Burying stuff in your yard just seems really stupid to me. You don't have the cover and privacy of your house to protect you while you construct, store, or recover it, neighbors etc could easily see everything. Also, you won't have the home's physical security to help protect the items. There are lots of technology options for police to scan underground and easily find the stash. You lose a lot of self-defense and legal options like castle doctrine. Even if you do bury, it putting a structure on top is probably the worst possible thing that you could do to signal that something fishy is in that area. It's really the dumbest possible thing unless you have a very specific reason.
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>>2130088
I live in a place where cops and crooks take turns tonguing my anus 24/7
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>>2132341
This is retarded, it will be too hot for the wine.
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>>2135123
That flooring looks like it's a basement, so if those stairs are all underground it might be just fine. Not great, but red wine only wants to be kept a bit below room temperature.
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Outdoor potted plants.
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>>2132341
retarded drunks
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>>2126392
Dogs hit on the gun oil. Big time arms smugglers (i.e. Germany and Belgium) only deal with fresh un-oiled guns to avoid detection.

>>2132490
This

FOAF is a k9 cop who searched for bodies after Katrina. The dogs are trained to go after multiple scents and it's common to have a false positive. There were many times when he almost missed evidence because he thought the dog was hitting on something else. So if you want to keep your guns safe from Chipman, hide them under a KFC bucket, nickel bag, used panties, etc.

A lot of the hides in this thread would deter a child or the cops, but not a KGB-tier adversary. The pros hide stuff away from where they live, and look for cover that's common enough to be inconspicuous. To this day Yuros are still finding walnuts with cold-war-era Russian OTP codes inside.
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>>2127281
I love my cut out book. I made it back in highschool
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>>2134638
No he’s just a child or a renter.
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>>2136890
i have nothing against the idea on it's own but far to often do i see people ruin old books for this
if you want to do that use a book that was printed 2 years ago and not 70 years ago
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>>2127597
i keep my pc backups on google drive
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>>2137079
I mean I just grabbed some dumped library books. This old ass Leaves of Grass book looks like trash
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>>2126429

This is partly true.

Drug dogs are remarkably good at tracing a scent of they catch one.

But most jurisdictions train their dogs to indicate on being prompted. Not intentionally, just by not avoiding it. Dogs want to please their masters. They take even unconscious cues.

So you get zero false negatives, but a very high false positive rate.

There was just a high profile case on this. Sheriffs told the court that his dog had a 100% accuracy rate, but then it turned out the certification test result was only the false negative score. Kind of a scandal this time but lots of places do it and blowback of any kind is rare.

Bottom line: if you're carrying, dogs will probably detect it. If you're not carrying, then the dogs will probably still detect it if the officer wants it too.
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>>2128718

Best post.

You can hide your shit from criminals but not cops.

Also keep in mind that you need your shit to be quickly and surreptitiously accessible. Get too fancy and they'll see it if they surveil you.

>>2128275

Go watch lockpicking lawyer or others. These are so easily broken into that even a crappy burglar will see your distraction shit and know you've got a more clever stash.
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>>2137133
Spontaneous you...
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>>2126349

look up liniar actuators screw drive motors and create a switch somewhere unrelated that needs to be activated. You can get really creative with hydraulic rails like having steps on your stairs that open up at wierd angles and paths.

Take for example the draws you've got hidden in the window sill.. If you put 2 screw drive linear actuators horizontally in there and wired them up to magnetic switch no amount of pulling is going to open that door.

The downside is getting them open if the motors die or something.
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>>2129372
best bet, bury in the ground a few feet down
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>>2130053
thats the first place cops will look
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>>2130120
can it be shielded by a layer of anti radar material?
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>>2137347
No because it looks like a big square of anti radar material. Even more sus
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>>2128961
it's not difficult to tear out drywall and 12 yoked dudes who kick down doors for a living would have no problem whatsoever ripping up floorboards
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>>2130058
go bury something and find out you lazy fuck
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>>2137361
I feel like that's not how anti radar is supposed to work. Doesn't it absorb or deflect the waves so that it looks like there's nothing?
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>>2137790
If it looks like nothing then that is something too.
Theres wobbles everywhere from normal dirt stuff. If you have anything in there it will be obvious. Youd have to dig a new sewer line and leave your old one in place and leave it in place and hide stuff in it to not look totally obvious.
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>>2137817
Wibble.
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>>2134187
>Gets home after another day of shady dealings
>House surrounded by flashing lights
>oh-fuck.png
>Good thing I've got a hidden stash for this situation
>Stash is in the house
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>>2134638
It varies from place to place in straya. The only thing is if you're planning on hooking up to the electrical grid everything has to be certified but in this current year that's hardly worth doing.
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I usually hide things inside of people. Super hard to get to their insides lawfully
I do have a spot in the attic under the God awful blown in insulation you have to crawl to. Only a retard would go up there and dig through 3ft of that shit
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>>2126349
If you want examples, there's a book from paladin press, "How to hide anything" that's not bad. You can find it online too.

But generally, it'll all boil down to finding places where diameter changes and sharp corners are expected, then using those to hide the opening. For example, if you look at a large-diameter bolt, you expect a sharp angle and a slight gap where the thread starts. So you take two of those bolts, cut the head of one and drill and thread a hole into the threaded part, then shorten, turn and thread the other one to fit in it.

For small holes, threads are the best way to close them, for larger ones (secret doors and the like) magnet locks are best. You can also diy those, as they're basically just a steel bolt with a spring to close it. You open them by sliding a strong magnet (HDD magnets work) along the bolt.

if you're expecting a professional search with detectors and dogs though, you'll have to make everything airtight (sealed threads, rubber strips on doors etc) and get rid of the smell on the outside with alcohol, acetone or paint thinner. And redo that each time you open the cache.
Generally, it's easier to place the cache somewhere nobody will search in the first place - abandoned buildings, buried in the woods and the like.
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If you have a lot of gadgets you can open them up and fit a personal stash eg a little coke and e and a nuggy in there, paraphenalia can just sit on the shelf (not a major charge) cos it's a bit bulkier, the main stash needs to be buried in a nearby forest.

Unscrew the middle door hinge on a door with 3 hinges and cut out section in red, again this is a small hiding place for a little personal. Convenient to know if you are ever raided you can get high afterwards while you calm down.

Just because a majority of people voted for prohibition doesn't mean it should be law, for issues that involve restricting fundamental rights and liberties a greater than 50% majority should be required for the issue at stake to become law, eg it should take an 80% majority to ban a drug
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>>2130146
Or make one terribly bad stash with legal stuff (gay or tranny porn, gold and cash or anything else you'd want hidden). If they find that stuff under your matress or somewhere else obvious, you have an excuse for not wanting them to search, and they won't expect a proper cache.
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>>2130405
>Impossible to find unless the CIA x-rays your walls/floors
Heat cameras are enough. At least if you live in a house that has more insulation than just cardboard.
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>>2136355
>Dogs hit on the gun oil.
Common claim, but wrong. Not sure what they are trained on, but not only are there many different gun oils, the dogs don't react to them at all. I use Ballistol (common german gun oil) on my knives, and the police and customs dogs I've seen so far never showed any reaction, even though that stuff smells rather strongly.
I heard they react to the ammonia component of gunsmoke, but not sure tf that's true.
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>>2126349
Cat Tree.
As long as you have a cat, no one is going to think there's a hidden compartment in it. Underside of platforms on it, or in its base, or inside the vertical column, plenty of room to put them in, but no one is going to see it as anything but a cat tree.
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>>2138371
But is that really worth having a cat and being a faggot?
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>>2138387
this
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Instead of hidden compartments, what the fuck could I do with the opposite: a conspicuous panel for a defunct security system with a ~13V AC power cable inside?
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>>2138890
You could get a cable tracer and might be able to follow the 13v cable through the wall. Then just rip out the rest and drywall over it. If the alarm doesnt start blaring they dont care.
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>>2126429
Yes & No.
Sniffer dogs do actually work really well
> Armies rely on EDDs to sniff explosives in war-zones
Statistics are that police drug sniffing dogs are unreliable with 90% of stop&search being bullshit that find nothing
>the dog knows you don't have drugs, it also knows it will get a treat if Sgt Donut-huffer gets to stripsearch some hot hippie chick
If the EDDs we had in Afghan were as incorrect as cop-dogs, and gave 90% false indications, I'd have shot them myself.
If they're searching your house with a dog, guns, explosives, dope, cadavers, whatever it is, you're basically screwed.



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