Tired of just "re: yo"...
- Well, it's like this. Presumably, you want the
set because you are interested in the skill and
mastery of such an interesting pastime, and not because
you want to break into some rich guy's house, right?
So what you want is the second set, which has 14
pieces, and one of the cutaway practice locks they also
sell. No instructions. Just practice with a tension
wrench and one of the picks until you figure it out and
are proficient in its use, and then try one of the
other picks. Keep it up until you can pick that lock in
your sleep with each of the picks. Then, start
practicing on your house doors, car doors, and any other
place you can legally get away with it. This is what I
am going to do. Hope that helped.
- --- In lockpickingcentral@y..., escapist_ca wrote:
> I think it hinges on that intent feloniously thatThe problem is, they tend to arrest first and question later. If
> the law works on. You can get busted if you have the
> stuff, but up to the courts to prove you intended bad
> things?...If you are employed as a locksmith, or maybe even
> just trained as one you might get away with it. Might.
you are not employed or studying to be employed, why do you have
them? In the minds of the police there is only one reason, sure you
might get off the charge but how much will it cost you?