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  • Jul 9, 2013 · 8:00 PM

Want to learn lock picking? All skill levels welcome. Free and open to the public.

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  • Eric

    Nice idea--I used to think that I was a bit deviant for wanting to learn to pick locks without a criminal agenda. Then I read about Richard Feynman and his lock and safe picking skill set. I've been picking locks (for fun, of course) since I was a teenager. Some of you may have also noted that the "Sherlock" character on the TV show "Elementary" is also quite adept at picking locks. . . .

    Anyway, enough commentary. I'll do my best to be there, it sounds like a great time.

    Is someone bringing a ton of locks for practice? Should I bring my own tools?

    Also, just an aside--you can get a great credit card sized lockpicking set on the Maker website--it's basically a metal card that is cut into a set of tools. You have to break up the card to use it, but in a pinch it might be a lifesaver.


    July 1, 2013

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