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    Samson,

    One of the things that must be taken into account when constructing these is metal expansion - make sure that all doors, windows etc are designed to open even when the metal has expanded slightly.

    Paul Grimwood and some mates are about to release a new book that I believe will have detailed plans for making container training facilities etc - if you look at his website www.firetactics.com you will find info about the book there - it should be a great read and will finally make plans for these sorts of facilities readily available for all.
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    Lost this thread in the shuffle.

    Thanks for the pictures Chief, nice one. That is pretty much my aim for this, something that can provide quality training, safely.

    Thanks for the tip Still, I will check it out.
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    Those look great, CR...got any "action" photos?

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    Originally posted by ChiefReason
    If you have any plywood and 2 x 4s left over, you can build a RIT tower.
    RIT tower? What does it do?
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