Locksport and Lockpicking

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'''What: Learn about locks and how to open them!''' -- limited practice equipment available
 
'''What: Learn about locks and how to open them!''' -- limited practice equipment available
  
Learn about Locksport, where we learn about locks and how to open them! I'll be giving
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Learn about Locksport, where we learn about locks and how to open them! I'll be giving a quick overview including legality, different types of locks and how they work, and of course how to open them. The workshop/practice portion will focus on the standard Pin and Tumbler locks that are common on most doors.  
a quick overview including legality, different types of locks and how they work, and of course how to
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open them. The workshop/practice portion will focus on the standard Pin and Tumbler locks that are common
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on most doors.  
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[[User:charliep|Charlie]] will have approx 8 sets of lockpick tools and around 4-6 practice locks
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[[User:charliep|Charlie]] will have approx. 8 sets of lockpick tools and around 4-6 practice locks
  
Add your name below if your interested. Also, put down what time might be good, I'm thinking either Wed, Thurs night or Sat Afternoon/Evening.
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Add your name below if you're interested. Also, put down what time might be good, I'm thinking either Wed, Thurs night or Sat Afternoon/Evening.
  
 
Charlie.
 
Charlie.

Revision as of 18:46, 27 January 2009

Locksport and lockpicking

When: TBD

Where: Noisebridge, 83C Wiese, San Francisco, CA 94103

What: Learn about locks and how to open them! -- limited practice equipment available

Learn about Locksport, where we learn about locks and how to open them! I'll be giving a quick overview including legality, different types of locks and how they work, and of course how to open them. The workshop/practice portion will focus on the standard Pin and Tumbler locks that are common on most doors.


Charlie will have approx. 8 sets of lockpick tools and around 4-6 practice locks

Add your name below if you're interested. Also, put down what time might be good, I'm thinking either Wed, Thurs night or Sat Afternoon/Evening.

Charlie.

Please add your name below if you are interested in doing the workshop (no commitment implied):

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