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Learn how to pick locks from a competitive lockpicker [Video]
posted December 8 2011 5:59.14 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I remember when i was a child how much i was fascinated with locks. I tried several times to hack them -most times i failed-. If Schuyler Towne had published this video some 20 years ago in "educational television" (since internet was only black spots in white paper), things would have been easier. Watch all 24 episodes to learn how locks work and how to make your own tools to hack them.

[Link: Schuyler Towne]
Tags: crazy hack   how to   crazy photo/video   people with talent   how it works   theory/tutorial   tools   

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