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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by ritchy on 18 December, 2015, 19:18:43 »
No dosn't matter was just curious.....probably been watching YT vids and thought I can do that...... :hee20hee20hee:
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by markd on 18 December, 2015, 18:56:17 »
ehm, I have no idea... It was a rim cylinder so I'm going to guess at Yale, does it matter?
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by ritchy on 18 December, 2015, 18:25:29 »
What was the make of lock Mark ?
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by markd on 18 December, 2015, 17:32:31 »
I'll leave this here so it doesn't get lost...

We are constantly being asked why you should not pick locks that are in use, well here is a perfect example. Not a great picture but what you are looking at is part of a hair clip or bobby pin which was being used to legitimately gain entry to a property. The metal broke off in the lock which meant that when somebody with the correct key turned up they still could not get in and had to call me to open the door and extract the offending clip.

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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by Casey on 27 November, 2015, 10:40:57 »
8 is easy, no talking about car locks.

15 means stick to picking locks and you will be ok, you will learn more as you progress.


Ahh i thought it meant auto lock picking tools.....derrrrrrrrr
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by Gone on 27 November, 2015, 10:19:03 »

Hmmmm as a newbie I dont understand 8 and 15 but then i cant ask so will never know ??? :grrr:


That's the spirit! :)

Bypassing is bypassing the locks main function by unlocking it in a way that a key is not needed. Non destructive and usually faster then using a key.
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by markd on 27 November, 2015, 10:18:13 »
8 is easy, no talking about car locks.

15 means stick to picking locks and you will be ok, you will learn more as you progress.
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by Casey on 27 November, 2015, 10:00:27 »
Hmmmm as a newbie I dont understand 8 and 15 but then i cant ask so will never know ??? :grrr:
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by insecure on 06 October, 2015, 20:19:57 »
all read and understood:) love rule 5

Any and every admin who uses SMF is always right!
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by MikeC on 06 October, 2015, 15:53:45 »
Read and understood.
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