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Concertina Nato Razor Wire

If anyone has any knowledge of this product please share it with me.

I want it to uncoil a 4 to 5 foot area between buildings and fence.
Several different locations.

Probably 250’ total needed rolled out. I’m guessing by what I have read you get about 50’ rolled from a individual single coiled 500’ roll. Also trying to use 28 to 30" diameter coils.

I’m looking at this currently.

CB17537 492 ft. Bto-22 Concertina Nato Razor Wire Galvanized Steel.

$87.00 50’ to 80’ rolled out.

  • Bto-22 concertina NATO razor wire galvanized steel.
    Specifications

  • Material: Galvanized Steel

  • Razor Distance: 1.3 in.

  • Coil Diameter: 28 in.

  • Wire Length: 492 ft.

  • Weight: 10 lbs

Larry

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Most I can say is that the stuff is a bi*7<h to get through. I did some work for a security company called Wackenhut (G4S) security on a Y12 facility and this was the company they contracted for theirs. It’s domestically based and produced (had to be for the contract) so you can probably get some good info from them.

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Thanks
That is actually one of the company’s I have already bookmarked. They seem to want phone calls or emails to do business. I can only price 18 inch dia wire but nothing larger. I will still be checking the site and may call.

stuff is a bi*7<h to get through :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: I want it because of that. :+1:

Larry

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Just wanna say I have lived places it is not legal or had a list of requirements to make it cost prohibitive to deploy legally. Check your local ordinances.

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Dred
I checked it out a lot and it appears no issues in the United States. I did read some other countries frown on it.

I’m sure there are some US neighborhood organizations , cities or Counties that would have a bunch of rules .

Here, unless you jump my fence and your butt ends up smack in it with no exit no one will ever see it. :wink: :innocent:

Except me maybe when I get to call the ambulance. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
Larry

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It’s a no go in my county unless it’s on commercial/business property. Not for residential use or in a residential area.

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Don’t be in hurry to make that call, they aren’t going anywhere soon !

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And @LarrySr it costs more to fix them than bury them.

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Not “real deal” GI concertina, the loops aren’t clipped.

Don’t recall the useful length for the standard coil–something on
order of twenty feet or so. You can stretch it more, but the loops
get ‘shorter’ (vertically) as they elongate, and you can step through
and over the loops at some point.

Find some combat engineer FMs on how to use it. There’s things to
do that make it more effective.

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Not “real deal” GI concertina, the loops aren’t clipped.

Steve that may be depending on where it is placed and for what it’s purpose (ie Mission) may be.
I am getting some very helpful messages from experience.
I do appreciate you feedback in the conversation.

Larry

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Using your thread title, there’s a similar item from same mfr that does have
the clips.
I’m just going from my Army GI time “first hand ripped BDUs” experience with
the stuff :rofl: And every roll of US GI stuff I ever saw or handled, had the
loops clipped.
I have no idea if there’s an actual STANAG on concertina. I did see
some BRD wire a time or two, but just can’t recall any distinctive traits to it.

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Larry, have you thought about an organic barrier?

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I always figured if I put up a fence, the top is going to have a zapper wire ran along it. They have zappers that will do miles of fence and that along with some of those sensors that go at the bottom of garage door with the beam (or something similar, and some wiring to a siren or alarm, should make it so nothing is coming over.

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The good ol yucca does wonders for keeping people on the right side of things

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@Slowest
The organic fence is to beautify the razor wire. Grow it up and train it along the wire. Something like a wild rose creeper.
Or like @Whitehammer said, hide it behind some yucca.

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That does look unfriendly,

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Gotta keep renegades out. Can you bury claymores under it?

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Snake pit under all the deadfall.

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OHHHHHH Don, would I love to get a dozen of so of those. :rofl:

Just think of the ATF people having heart attacks one by one having to inspect those permits. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
Larry

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All I’d do is cut the wire or ground it out, there problem easily solved !

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