Leaving gun in house while on holiday

TH4

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Generally police forces have a policy that they won't respond to a house alarm, whether it's audible, called in through a security firm or a neighbour or whatever, unless there's some other indication that a burglary might be taking place. For example that neighbour has seen something. Or the alarm initially went off in the kitchen, then the living room, indicating someone's presence. If they twig that there are firearms in the house however, they might. But of course these days, it'll all depend on whether there's a patrol available. And the chances of that...
With my alarm the monitoring station can access the internal cameras so can see if it is a false alarm or an intruder. If it is an intruder then they call the police.
 

TH4

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Excellent system. Easy to fit and easy to expand. If you want to you can just use it as a basic alarm and take out the full monitoring for just the month when you are on holiday.
 

glasshalffull

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If you are really that paranoid then remove the bolts and stick em in the glove compartment of your car and lock it? Peace of mind for you to enjoy your holiday, just watch out for COV19..
 

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