I've seem more Dave McOmmie books but they wasn't what I expected.
I expected a detailed instruction of what he thought before, during, and after the safe opening.
Note for my reasoning:
When I was taking brake alignment class at a trade school, our teacher had us write down on a piece of paper, everything and every tool that we used and how we used it.
I wrote such things as we used 1/2" ratchet with a 4" extension with a 8mm socket to loosen up the bolt. Then we used a heavy lead hammer to loosed hit the break bolt to looses it up, etc....
Most of these books talk about dimensions and such but I wish they would go thru the whole process of what they actually did. Some safe opening books do that, especially when it come to something unique as to why they couldn't open it the standard (their standard) way.
I might be ranting a bit, but maybe it might change the way they write these safe opening books.
Of course, a video will do must justice to my point as I've watched in some Dave McOmmie videos.
But anywayd, this has been on my mind for awhile!
PS: I like reading about practical steps to doing things like instructions, instead of giving the information and letting you figure out the method.
I guess it's my way of learning. But when I taught myself formulas for my Masterkey Program, I was actuall on my own with exception to the help menu and searching online, so I guess it depends on the learner.
You leave my GRAPHITE alone!!!