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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by Shearlock on 19 August, 2015, 15:04:53 »
Funny, I've never had to bend over my car. I think Uconf has methods that are NSFW at best.  Lmao!
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by Shearlock on 19 August, 2015, 15:00:36 »
Ah, that's makes perfect sense. Thanks for enlightening me. I was honestly just curious!

I didn't know if it was due to malicious intents, or if there was some rivalry between lock pickers and auto pickers, lmfao

Now I know, and I couldn't agree more with the rules.

Thanks.
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by ucof on 19 August, 2015, 15:00:03 »
Another point to raise is that we are into this for sport, which is unlikely to involve auto locks.

That, sums it up for me.
I won't be spending my evening, outside in the rain and the dark, bending over my car....




...wait for it....





.....that's my wife's job.
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by MrAnybody on 19 August, 2015, 14:53:37 »
No worries, Shearlock. It's a good question.

Subjects like auto and safe locksmithing are very specialized areas, as well as sensitive ones. They're also not usually subjects that guys new to locksport are going to get into because of the availability of locks to practice on, and the huge expense in tools.

Knowledge of auto locksmithing can also be very attractive to guys with a malicious intent, and to discuss this in an open public forum can lead to accusations. Of course, the same can be said about regular locks, and we watch that aspect by keeping guidelines such as not picking locks in use and not picking a lock that we have no permission to.

Another point to raise is that we are into this for sport, which is unlikely to involve auto locks.

Feel free to ask away, if you need. I'm sure Mark and others will add more.
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by Shearlock on 19 August, 2015, 14:40:18 »
Just realized someone else asked the same question, and was said to have "questioned" the rules.

To be clear, i am not questioning them. I am purely and sincerely wanting to understand one of them, I'm compulsive and can't stand not knowing something. Lol

;)
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by Shearlock on 19 August, 2015, 14:37:38 »
I have a question, please understand this is literally for my own curiosity.  I have zero interest in Auto lock stuff, but am curious as to why it's forbidden.  I understand that bypassing is destructive, so that makes sense to me.  I'm just curious about why automobile locks are forbidden subject matter.  I'm asking for my own personal knowledge so that I understand the rules and reasons.

I'm new to the forums, forgive my ignorance if the answer is obvious but has eluded me.
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by markd on 11 August, 2015, 08:19:34 »
Rob, please introduce yourself before questioning our long established rules.
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by radical rob on 11 August, 2015, 03:31:44 »
Pretty easy set of rules to follow, just super curious why no automotive lock talk?????
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by ritchy on 19 June, 2015, 23:21:22 »
I've tidied things up a bit and number 7 is now number 6 just to cause confusion.

Please, please, please re-familiarise yourself  :hee20hee20hee:

Will do thanks thanks and thank you..... :)
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Forum Rules / Re: Please read the rules
« Last Post by markd on 19 June, 2015, 22:31:50 »
I've tidied things up a bit and number 7 is now number 6 just to cause confusion.

Please, please, please re-familiarise yourself  :hee20hee20hee:
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