Police-and-thief-safe Safe

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Intro: Police-and-thief-safe Safe

a police-and-thief-safe safe to hide money or whatever in your car or house or ...

Step 1: Material

material :
1 cigarette-pack
carton
glew
scissors
pen

Step 2: Inner Part

cut out of cardboard this form , 2 mm smaller than original pack

Step 3:

glew it , so it fits inside the pack , just sliding

Step 4: Filter

glew filters into inner box and the smaller cardboard-bit as a support .

Step 5: Finish

add all the filters , original front-cartboard and back-silverfoil as in an original pack

Step 6: Open Safe

put thing into pack

Step 7: Closed Safe

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    71 Discussions

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    PlaidPete

    1 year ago

    Hopefully they don't smoke

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    jthomas6080

    3 years ago on Step 6

    When i'm searching a person or vehicle, either with consent, due to an arrest, or with probable cause from odor or sight, I check every cigarette carton I come across by pulling a few out. This would definitely fail that test.

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    TheCommander

    4 years ago on Introduction

    It's not a bad idea, I think police are trained to check for these types of things but police can also be lazy or absent minded so it couldn't hurt unless of course there is some draconian law out there to punish you if your caught doing this.

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    RDJones

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Neat idea, but when my car was broken into, the only thing stolen was a pack of cigarettes...

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    yk191

    7 years ago on Step 7

    This safe is not so safe. Cigarettes are being taxed tremendously, here in New York. It now costs about $12 a pack.
    Don't be surprised if the next time a thief breaks in, he will steal all of your cigarettes, even if there is no other valuables to steal.

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    bdemirciyk191

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    And, the NYPD looks inside your cigarette packs. (Luckily, they found nothing in mine.)

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    mikeltv1

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Well if you are a minor, how are you going to get the cigarettes? They cannot be sold to minors

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    Datawolf

    6 years ago on Introduction

    "Thief-safe" ?
    I guess you hide your smartphones in a dvd-player-like safe ?
    ROFL

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    NeonLime

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Aww damn! I thought of this idea years ago to bring pot into a concert, but I never followed up on it. OH WELL! Great minds think alike! Great instructable too, keep up the good work.

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    yk191

    7 years ago on Step 7

    However, thanks for the instructable it looks cool.

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    EcchinMiscelinious

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Where is it illegal to carry cigars? :o Anyway, what about a pack of gum? A pack of gum with a faux bottom where you can hide a few bills and coins. And you can still use the box to save gum :3

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    abf220

    8 years ago on Introduction

    its a great idea but suckes for minors we cant get a pack to make the safe out of

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    cornflakerabf220

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

     i saw a video ages ago on metacafe that showed you how to make a can of coke where the top screws off, you might like that one a little more being under aged...

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    Gloomy_Goth

    9 years ago on Introduction

    The difference between "police" and "thief" is divided by a very fine line. If you are taking something from somebodies home without the OWNERS' permission it is still wrong and unethical, no mater what reason or warrant. But the cops and being unethical and using cloak and dagger to get what they like is nothing new, it is their bread and butter.

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