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Post Tue Feb 16, 2016 10:17 pm

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

mastersmith wrote:It seems that this package has picked up a bit of momentum. Very nice! Could someone that gets it post a pic? I am curious to see what it looks like in it's current form. Thanks and good luck to all that try this!


I'm keeping an eye out for another second-hand copy of the instruction materials to start a second kit.
To start with I have a Lagard 3330 to put in it and I'm looking for an S&G 6700 safe lock at a good price to add to the new kit.
If there is enough demand among well-established, active forum members with positive feedback, to warrant putting another one together.

*Edit: I just re-read the thread and noticed that Riyame was thinking of starting a Canadian manipulation pass-along kit.
I'd be happy to donate the Lagard to the cause and continue keeping an eye out for another copy of the course materials and an S&G 6700, towards that end so our Canadian members have a chance at the same opportunity.
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Post Tue Feb 16, 2016 10:35 pm

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

Could I get an update on status of my name on the list?
As of Mar/ 8 / 2014 I was on the list ahead of DTW.
Per MBI:
I'm sending the box off to the next person. Hookedupinc has been inactive from the forum for about eleven months and Cyrano hasn't logged into the site for about six months so in accordance with the rules for this passalong we're skipping them and moving on to gwiens2001.

The updated list is now:
1 Mr.Sour
2 Selim
3 old fast
4 nhoj_yelbom
5 donofdeath
6 fat ed
7 mbi
8 hookedupinc
9 cyrano
10 gwiens2001
11 gnarus8429
12 Capt_Tom
13 TheAdvancedNoob
14 jharveee
15 CPT1911
16 shadowlock
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Post Tue Feb 16, 2016 10:48 pm

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

jharveee wrote:Could I get an update on status of my name on the list?
As of Mar/ 8 / 2014 I was on the list ahead of DTW.
Per MBI:
I'm sending the box off to the next person. Hookedupinc has been inactive from the forum for about eleven months and Cyrano hasn't logged into the site for about six months so in accordance with the rules for this passalong we're skipping them and moving on to gwiens2001.

The updated list is now:
1 Mr.Sour
2 Selim
3 old fast
4 nhoj_yelbom
5 donofdeath
6 fat ed
7 mbi
8 hookedupinc
9 cyrano
10 gwiens2001
11 gnarus8429
12 Capt_Tom
13 TheAdvancedNoob
14 jharveee
15 CPT1911
16 shadowlock


Sorry about that, somehow missed that when I glanced over the thread. I fixed it.
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Post Tue Feb 16, 2016 10:59 pm

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

I also want to remind everyone of the 7th rule of the pass-along, set by the owner of the kit.
If you're going to accept free access to this lesson in safe manipulation, you need to be willing to send some kind of gift to the next recipient, along with the pass-along kit.

As I'm terrible with Tetris, I wasn't able to fit the gift in with the pass-along kit when I sent it to Gwiens so I just sent him a second package containing a new Lagard 3330 safe lock with a change key to expand his practice lock collection so he can continue to improve after the kit has moved on. In the generous spirit of mastersmith, the owner of this kit, let's remember to be kind to the recipient after us.
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Post Tue Feb 16, 2016 11:05 pm

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

Thanks!
Riyame
:D
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Post Wed Mar 30, 2016 10:55 pm

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

The safe manipulation package has moved on. It is en route to gnarus.

As for the requested pics of what is in the kit at this time:

The full kit
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The locks that are part of the kit:

Diebold cutaway
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and a couple S&G 6730 locks

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Worksheets and graphing paper

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The Lockmaster's Safe Manipulation Course

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Photocopy of a book

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And the gift to Gnarus is a Moser 302

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Post Wed Mar 30, 2016 11:40 pm

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

Well you have set the bar high on the pass along gift so first let me say thanks up front as it will be difficult to beat. I will keep an eye out for the box.

Mastersmith the box has come full circle back to Kentucky and will be just a couple of miles down the road from you. Funny how this stuff works out. I didn't even realize that you started the pass along until the box was on its way to me. Thanks to you as well.
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Post Thu Mar 31, 2016 1:27 am

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

Thank you gnarus, and all the other "keypickers" that have enjoyed this package. I joined this site to offer help and support and thanks to you folks I feel I have accomplished a little bit of that. The package has grown considerably since I started it. Originally it had one S&G lock and the course binder. Hopefully this will bring a new facet to peoples picking lives for some time to come.
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Post Thu Mar 31, 2016 3:48 pm

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

Gordon,
Thanks for the photos,.......can hardly take the waiting.
The cutaway safe lock, looks like my La gard 3330. Is it similar?
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Post Fri Apr 01, 2016 1:38 am

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

jharveee wrote:Gordon,
Thanks for the photos,.......can hardly take the waiting.
The cutaway safe lock, looks like my La gard 3330. Is it similar?


Yes.

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Post Mon Apr 25, 2016 1:21 pm

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

I have been unable to reach Capt_tom via pm or email over the past week. My plan is to move on to advancednood on the list. Is there any issue with that?
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Post Mon Apr 25, 2016 2:27 pm

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I would be happy to hold on to the kit while you wait for a response. :mrgreen:
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Post Mon Apr 25, 2016 9:19 pm

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

gnarus8429 wrote:I have been unable to reach Capt_tom via pm or email over the past week. My plan is to move on to advancednood on the list. Is there any issue with that?



Yes, he hasn't been active in some time so I made him red on the list. TheAdvancedNoob hasn't logged in since February either so that would make me think he is either too busy or lost interest. If he doesn't respond in a couple days send it to jharveee who is obviously active.
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Post Fri Apr 29, 2016 11:52 pm

Re: So you want to manipulate a safe?

The Pass-around Safe manipulation course has arrived at my home.
Thank you to Mastersmith and Keypicking. Gnarus8429 has include some extra goodies for me as well, Thanks. :smile:
"Off to the Lair" to get started.
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