Survival Day 5 (Steel Door Security Bar For Inswinging Doors)

Most exterior doors open out, while most interior doors open inward, which means you can make a safe room with a bit of planning. Concrete wall or even dual layers of three quarter inch plywood make a good start, then buy a high quality steel door and mount it with nice long screws.  Finish it off with this Steel Door Security Bar For Inswinging Doors. Want to make it even more secure? Put one just below each hinge.

The zombies won’t be able to break down that door. At least not before you have time to load up your 12 gauge. How much more time did you want?

  • The Door Bar Pro Model 36 AIO fits any width inswing door from 24″ to 48″ wide
  • White powder-coated (creates an emanel-like finish); 16 gauge steel; bars are 1-1/4″ and 1″ square; mounting hardware included
  • Installation is very easy and only takes about 15 minutes
  • This is a “Professional Grade” door security bar with a “Lifetime Warranty”
  • Our door security devices have been well endorsed by law enforcement officials all over America
DaySurvival GearCategoryEstimated Cost
Survival Day 5Steel Door Security Bar For Inswinging DoorsHome Security$90 X 5 = $450
To Date $674
Survival Day 4Meal Prepping ContainersFood / Health$12 X 2 = $24
To Date $224
Survival Day 3Turbo TorchTechnology / Bug Out Stuff$30
To Date $200
Survival Day 2Gerber 22-41545 Black Diesel Multi-ToolTools / Every Day Carry$70 X 2 = $140
To Date $170
Survival Day 1Fire StarterCamping / Vehicle Gear$15 X 2 = $30
To Date $30
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