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    May 3, 2010, 01:50 PM
    Collapsible wall-top fencing
    I have a 6 foot block wall that is easily accessible to intruders. I would like to mount on it a collapsible 1-2 foot fence that looks good but would colapsible if anyone tried to cross over the top of it, open a circuit, and would trigger an alarm. There are no large animals, only an occasional cat that might trigger it. Also some windy days, so it would have to be sturdy enough for the wind but collapse under a 100+ pound individual. Any ideas anyone? (I think a wire would look tacky.) Also low maintenance would be good (PVC or something other than wood). I have searched the internet looking for one without success. Thanks

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