Ends 2/7 at 8PM PT. MidnightBox.com has the 20-piece Lock Picking Kit for $30 + $4 shipping = $34 shipped. Fits in a shirt pocket and contains 20 titanium-made tools of different angles.
Retail: $120

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    energyx Ben's cred: 42
    Posted 11:38 am PST 02/5/14

    Lock picking set at a web site called Midnightbox? Sounds like a crime waiting to happen...

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    RagMaN Ben's cred: 111
    Posted 11:46 am PST 02/5/14

    I hit your m0ms box around midnight.

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    energyx Ben's cred: 42
    Posted 12:07 pm PST 02/5/14

    RagMaN wrote:
    I hit your m0ms box around midnight.


    Dad, is that you trying to show off again?

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    nightowl Ben's cred: 185
    Posted 12:14 pm PST 02/5/14

    With lock picks, more is not usually better. A good pick, rake, and tension bar should be all you need. And lots of practice. For this price, I'd get the Serepick Bogota.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3741
    Posted 1:33 pm PST 02/5/14

    In some areas it is illegal to be carrying these without a license.

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    bigedmus Ben's cred: 15
    Posted 9:40 pm PST 02/5/14

    I'm waiting for the nose picking kit.

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    mr.ed Ben's cred: 348
    Posted 2:31 am PST 02/6/14

    Don't call for bail. These are burglar tools unless you're a registered locksmith.

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    Posted 5:26 am PST 02/6/14

    Almost all, if not all, cases of lockpicks being illegal are under the clause of "with intent to commit a crime." Which means it's not illegal to carry them and mind your own business. But should you be caught in someones home or with a car full of stuff that isn't yours, with lockpicks on you, you will then be getting 2 felonies. In the same way anyone can drive around with a coat hanger and screw driver in their car. If that car turns out to be stolen, they would then be considered burglary tools.

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    Petejc Ben's cred: 106
    Posted 6:56 am PST 02/6/14

    Make you own out of hacksaw blades. Youtube for instructions.

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    Posted 10:59 am PST 02/6/14

    bigedmus wrote:
    I'm waiting for the nose picking kit.


    Pick a friend to pick your nose.

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    Posted 11:08 am PST 02/6/14

    Bulldogg629 wrote:
    Almost all, if not all, cases of lockpicks being illegal are under the clause of "with intent to commit a crime." Which means it's not illegal to carry them and mind your own business. But should you be caught in someones home or with a car full of stuff that isn't yours, with lockpicks on you, you will then be getting 2 felonies. In the same way anyone can drive around with a coat hanger and screw driver in their car. If that car turns out to be stolen, they would then be considered burglary tools.


    In a few states, merely possessing them is considered evidence of criminal intent, you need not be caught breaking any (other) laws or doing anything suspicious, though often if you can provide a legitimate reason why you have them then you're off the hook.

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    da5id1 Ben's cred: 72
    Posted 3:31 pm PST 02/6/14

    mr.ed wrote:
    Don't call for bail. These are burglar tools unless you're a registered locksmith.


    or an enthusiast: Toool is the The Open Organisation Of Lockpickers, a growing group of enthusiasts interested in locks, keys and ways of opening locks without keys. On this site you will find information about us getting together to practice our skills, about the conventions and championships we organize and lots and lots of information about our hobby. https://toool.nl/Toool

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    Posted 3:36 pm PST 02/6/14

    dave_c wrote:
    Bulldogg629 wrote:
    Almost all, if not all, cases of lockpicks being illegal are under the clause of "with intent to commit a crime." Which means it's not illegal to carry them and mind your own business. But should you be caught in someones home or with a car full of stuff that isn't yours, with lockpicks on you, you will then be getting 2 felonies. In the same way anyone can drive around with a coat hanger and screw driver in their car. If that car turns out to be stolen, they would then be considered burglary tools.
    In a few states, merely possessing them is considered evidence of criminal intent, you need not be caught breaking any (other) laws or doing anything suspicious, though often if you can provide a legitimate reason why you have them then you're off the hook.


    Or at Finnigan's the 3rd Sunday of the month. http://lockfale.com/

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