Bump Keys on ebay.

They are selling these things cheaper on ebay than you can get regular keys
cut in the hardware store. You know it's locksmiths selling them too. Who is
going to invest in a code machine just to cut bump keys? So much for the
society of the secret squirrel.
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Tim
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(Your tinyurl links are bad...)
And if we buy Grays Anatomy we can do surgery. This one is about as useful:
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Remember that it's not the knowledge or the tool, its the intent that makes a crime.
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BogusID
Nope they are both good. Just emailed somebody else and had her check too. You have a browser problem. Might want to get that fixed.
The one above goes here no problem:
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LOL It cracks me up when somebody doing a trade that requires not even a HS diploma or a GED, only some decent information and a little working knowledge, compares what they do to a medical doctor. You and one other one do it. I bust a rib every time. I had never opened a safe before I got interested in it. I have now done over half a dozen ranging from Sentry to GSA file cabinets to a TRTL30 Mosler round door. The Mosler the local locksmith tried and jerked around on so long the store owner called a friend for a recomendation and the friend knew me. The locksmith (who was one of those secretive types) lost the job and I had it open and repaired including his screw ups in an hour and a half because I had the info and he didn't. Knowing where to drill and where not to is 9/10th of the job no matter how much people like you want to pretend it isn't. Anybody with basic metal working skills can open safes if they know how they are designed. The locksmith was pissed off too but to bad. He went stuttering on about how he was going to "file charges" over me having "classified information" (that he was too cheap to buy) and about how "not just anybody can open a safe" (which was true, he couldn't open it LOL, if I had been in Shreveport I would have thought it was old key). I just laughed. Then he really got pissed and the store owner asked him to leave. The store owner was just glad to find somebody more interested in opening the safe than trying to keep the opening of it a secret. I'm going to do these periodically just for the fun of it. Well and to take business away from the incompetent locksmiths who think they are safe crackers.
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That appears to be a compilation of acounts of various crimes. It isn't going to tell you how to open a safe. Not the one you need to open anyway.
Thanks you just made my point for me. Obviously you agree that security by obscurity is dead. You probably want to tell old key. He still hasn't figured it out. LOL
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