L.I is made up of people who are interested in physical security, such as bypassing locks or learning new techniques for opening difficult locks.
We abide by the laws set down in each State or Province (For our Canadian neighbors). Likewise we have our own code of ethics we adhere to. They're almost all common sense rules that you should always practice. You should never pick locks that you don't own, or that you don't have the owners explicit permission to pick. We enjoy helping the community, not hurting it.
The membership fee is not required. If you wish to support the organization, get a quality photo membership card, and participate in nationally registered competition, then you may pay the fee. All are welcome to come, learn and have fun!
Welcome to the Columbus chapter of Locksport International.
June 15 · 6:00 PM
Maybe ACTUALLY build the combobreaker?
I have all the parts of the Combo Breaker, but the 3D print was not string enough, so I have to redo it. Assuming that gets done, we will be good to go.
Either way,... Learn more
May 18 · 6:00 PM
Build a ComboBreaker and Cut Keys
Hopefully I'll have the 3D printed parts so we can work on the combobreaker, and get it at least working.
Additionally, Big D will bring his key cutter, and we can make... Learn more
April 20 · 6:00 PM
Organize the locks (It'll be funner than it sounds)
The Idea Foundry gave us a cool new storage locker for our lock library, so we are going to get everything out play with it, and figure out how best to store/display it... Learn more
March 16 · 6:00 PM
I completely forgot to schedule this, but we are on as usual.
I have the prats for the Combo Lock Decoder, but I didn't get the 3d printed bits started yet. I'll start... Learn more
February 17 · 6:00 PM
Impressioning is the study of creating a key from a locked lock and a corresponding blank. It's a weird but useful branch of locksport - you are essentially decoding a... Learn more