Where to buy a lock pick set...locally?

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  1. halik

    halik Lifer

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    Anyone? I need to get in there :)
     
  2. Zim Hosein

    Zim Hosein Super Moderator<br>Elite Member
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    Call a 24 hour locksmith?
     
  3. illusion88

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    Do the thing they did in Silence of the lambs. Get a jack up and raise the bitch.
     
  4. biggestmuff

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    Don't you have one at the end of your tibia and fibula?
     
  5. FoBoT

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    in most states owning a lock pick set is illegal unless you are a licensed locksmith

    owning burgarly tools is illegal
     
  6. cessna152

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    This key for your garage door. Does it activate the garage door opener? If so, just uh pry off the lock and hotwire the 2 wires together.
     
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    Call a locksmith.

    Then order a set of picks from Northern Tool For the next time...................or make your own..

    If you half ass know what you are doing you should be able to do it with a dental pick and a piece of flat thin metal both of which you can get at wallyworld........
     
  9. DaveSimmons

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    be sure to quicksave first in case the difficulty is Average or higher
     
  10. EyeMWing

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    References? Because I've bought sets in 2 states in retail stores and nobody has ever given a crap. One of them was actually in sporting goods at Wally World.

    Burglary is illegal. Owning burglary tools..... Uhhh, so I can't own a brick? Or my foot?
     
  11. Cpt Cupcake

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    OMG...DAMN...you are so hardcore...you bought lockpick sets at Wal-Mart. I bow before your amazingness. Can you drink a barrel of whisky too???
     
  12. nutcasert

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    Don't forget it's also illegal to be in possession of a rape tool. Gotta ditch that. Also, public intoxication tools as well, so sew your mouth shut. /sacasm

    screw the cops, get teflon coated bullets so they go thru the vest. pigs can't do anything.

    And make your own picks. it's easy. most household locks are not that good.
     
  13. slayer202

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    wtf are locksmiths for
     
  14. nutcasert

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    Taking your money for performing a simple task that any highschool dropout with a conviction for BnE can do. Just go to the skatepark, half the teens there can do it most likely.
     
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    On your rag this week? I was questioning the poster I quoted, nothing more.
     
  17. EyeMWing

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    Most commercial locks aren't very good, either. I know a lot of locks controlling secured areas that can be defeated in less than a second by a total n00b.

    Elevator control locks are particularly bad. Fire override, floor access, restricted call, panel access, master on/off, all those locks are pathetic.

    The locks on older PCs are more badass than those things.
     
  18. halik

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    that costs money... I'd rather spend 20 bucks and do it myself
     
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    QFT
     
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    yeah, thats what i thought.
    unless you are law enforcement or a licesned locksmith, no luck