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    Pop-a-lock kits.

    When someone calls a lock smith to open their car, where do they buy their lock picking tools from? Schools for that sort of thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suckerpunch View Post
    When someone calls a lock smith to open their car, where do they buy their lock picking tools from? Schools for that sort of thing?
    You could've made a few bucks the other day I guess...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfrey123 View Post
    You could've made a few bucks the other day I guess...
    what got me thinking...
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    Quote Originally Posted by POOR BOY View Post
    Sir, to unlock your car I will need to collect $55. Please wait here while I grab my tools. ;-)
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    just keep in mind lock out tools are illegal to possess if you are not a mechanic, locksmith, tow truck driver etc. . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbnKrwlr View Post
    just keep in mind lock out tools are illegal to possess if you are not a mechanic, locksmith, tow truck driver etc. . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbnKrwlr View Post
    just keep in mind lock out tools are illegal to possess if you are not a mechanic, locksmith, tow truck driver etc. . . .
    BS you're talking out of your arse. you can walk into carson locksmith and buy the kit

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    Quote Originally Posted by 94pathfinder View Post
    BS you're talking out of your arse. you can walk into carson locksmith and buy the kit
    X2 loves In fernley sells the kits! They have 2 different versions, 1 for $9.99 and 1 for $14.99! Anyone can walk in and buy one and put it in your car! If you have the kit on your car and 2 or 3 stereos then you'll have a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Man View Post
    http://www.leg.state.nv.us/Nrs/NRS-2...l#NRS205Sec080



    NRS 205.080 Possession of instrument with burglarious intent; making, alteration or repair of instrument for committing offense; penalty.
    1. Every person who makes or mends or causes to be made or mended, or has in his or her possession in the day or nighttime, any engine, machine, tool, false key, picklock, bit, nippers or implement adapted, designed or commonly used for the commission of burglary, invasion of the home, larceny or other crime, under circumstances evincing an intent to use or employ, or allow the same to be used or employed in the commission of a crime, or knowing that the same is intended to be so used, shall be guilty of a gross misdemeanor.
    2. The possession thereof except by a mechanic, artificer or tradesman at and in his or her established shop or place of business, open to public view, shall be prima facie evidence that such possession was had with intent to use or employ or allow the same to be used or employed in the commission of a crime.
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    does that mean having above mentioned coat hanger in your car is a misdemeanor?

    kinda like all things, just don't get caught!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbnKrwlr View Post
    just keep in mind lock out tools are illegal to possess if you are not a mechanic, locksmith, tow truck driver etc. . . .
    looking to go legit. Thanks though.
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    you could check with a locksmith.
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    You can get master slim jim kits off of tool trucks, but some of them will make you show an ASE card to buy one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbnKrwlr View Post
    just keep in mind lock out tools are illegal to possess if you are not a mechanic, locksmith, tow truck driver etc. . . .
    x2 Ur askin 4 it if u got the tools and no card!!hey i could make u one out of a piece of sheet but u would be beter of with bolt cutters same charge poss of burglery tools ha!
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    if you purchase one legalally, ie at the truck stop, keep it in your toolkit like your ammo cans, i can almost guarantee there will be no problems. if you have it tucked under your seat or on the back seat or something of that nature, your asking for trouble. but just to have it in the tool box is fine. JUST AS THEY COULD CONSIDER A HAMMER, SCREWDRIVER, SOME BAILING WIRE, SOCKET SET, OR ANY TOOLS IN GENERAL MISCHIEVIOUS WITH INTENT TO DO A CRIME!
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    poss is 9/10 of the law but ya u would have to be slipin big to get busted for a slimjim or just a serious a hole.

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    The law is the law so there is always a possibility of getting crap for it. I would tend to agree on it being a law of circumstance. If you happen to have a lock out kit in your tool box and are doing nothing wrong I doubt you would be charged for it. If you are wearing all black clothes, have a ski mask in your pocket, and a slim jim stuffed next to your jimmy, you will probably have a bad situation on your hands. I could care less though cause I have my ASE card so screw 'em.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thedevl View Post
    The law is the law so there is always a possibility of getting crap for it. I would tend to agree on it being a law of circumstance. If you happen to have a lock out kit in your tool box and are doing nothing wrong I doubt you would be charged for it. If you are wearing all black clothes, have a ski mask in your pocket, and a slim jim stuffed next to your jimmy, you will probably have a bad situation on your hands. I could care less though cause I have my ASE card so screw 'em.
    you forgot the body in the trunk ha ha ha !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjc143c View Post
    you forgot the body in the trunk ha ha ha !!
    Shhhhhhh! Don't be talkin about that in public. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by lockwood XJ View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by 94pathfinder View Post
    BS you're talking out of your arse. you can walk into carson locksmith and buy the kit
    just because you can walk into a store and buy it does not mean it is not illegal, its a slim chance you would get caught with it, but if you happen to be "helping a buddy get into his car that he locked the keys in" and a cop or security cruises by you could be in a world of trouble if you are not in the trade. or say you get a DUI or get arrested for any other reason , cops search your car for their "inventory" there is a lock out kit in your trunk, you gots some splainin to do. . . .

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