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The following are my answers to some locksmithing questions I ve been asked since the last edition of this book. The questions came from students, apprentices, and professional locksmiths.
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Q. How did you learn locksmithing
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ANSWER: My first exposure to locksmithing was through books in high school. Then I took a couple of correspondence courses. I completed a nine-month program at the National School of Locks and Alarms in New York City. Then I apprenticed under two locksmiths including a Certified Master Locksmith.
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Q. How can I get a job as a locksmith
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ANSWER: Locksmithing jobs are plentiful. Every month you ll find dozens of helpwanted advertisements in the national locksmithing trade journals and a lot more on Internet sites. If you want to find a local job, you can send a r sum to nearby locksmith shops and ask for a meeting. It s better to contact them directly rather than waiting for them to place a newspaper advertisement; you ll have less competition. For more information on planning a job search, see Chap. 20.
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Q. How can I get started writing about locksmithing
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ANSWER: I started by writing for trade journals. The locksmithing trade journals are always looking for fresh articles and are pretty easy to write for. Subscribe to one or more of them to get a feel for what kinds of material they want. Then write to the managing editor and propose an article for you to write. If you re already working on a job that you want to write about, be sure to take lots of photographs. With good photographs, it will be easier to convince an editor to publish the article.
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Q. Do I need to be licensed to work as a locksmith
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ANSWER: Some places, such as New York City, Texas, California, Tennessee, and North Carolina, have licensing laws for locksmiths.
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Twenty-Four
Q. Is it legal for me to carry my lockpicks when I travel to other states
ANSWER: That depends on the laws of the states you re traveling in and your purpose for having them. Some places have statutes on who may carry lockpicks. However, I ve never heard of a locksmith being imprisoned for carrying lockpicks to a locksmith s convention. To avoid being hassled at the airport, you might want to carry them in your baggage. When you carry lockpicks, keep them in their case, and don t flash them around. Don t give people a reason to start asking you about them.
How can I find useful locksmithing information on the Internet
ANSWER: There are several popular locksmithing sites, and new ones are popping up all the time. If you enter locksmithing in Google or another search engine, you ll mostly get Web sites for local locksmithing shops and for lock manufacturers and distributors. Basically, you ll find advertising and little technical information. For more useful information on locksmithing, go to the USENET group alt.locksmithing. That s a popular site with lots of locksmithing discussions, but because it s unrestricted it s open to anybody locksmiths give little technical information on it. No one is likely to tell you such things as safe drill points or key codes or even how to open a certain car. But they ll give you their opinion on the best locks or locksmithing schools. Another problem with unrestricted sites is that users are anonymous, so lots of people on them falsely claim to be master locksmiths. Some sites have a public area and a restricted area. In the restricted area, locksmiths are much freer in sharing technical information. To get to the restricted area, you need to give evidence that you re a locksmith or safe technician. www.TheNationalLocksmith.com, for instance, will show random lock codes and ask you for the bitting numbers. That system is based on the assumption that anyone with code books is probably a locksmith because code books are expensive and for most people are not easy to get. If you answer the code questions, there is no charge to access the site. But the site offers an alternative for locksmiths who don t have the code books, which involves a small fee. You can supply documentation that you re a locksmith. For documentation, most restricted sites require a copy of your driver s license (or state-issued identification card) and copies of three of the following: your Yellow Pages ad, a membership certificate from a locksmithing or safe technician association (or member number), business letterhead, a letter from a locksmithing school identifying you as a student, a diploma or certificate of completion from a locksmithing school, a supplier s invoice, a letter from your employer identifying you as a locksmith, a locksmith license, or your business license. www.clearstar.com, another site with a restricted area, requires similar documentation and charges a fee. It s one of the best locksmith/safe technician sites on the Internet because some of the most knowledgeable locksmiths access it. www.Locksmithing.com requires similar documentation, charges a fee, and requires you to pass the Registered Professional Locksmith test (one is included in Chap. 22). The site provides lots of technical information. And I have an Ask the Lock Professor message board on it. You ll have a better chance of getting factual information from a restricted site than from a public site, but not all restricted sites are very good. A lot of them, including those that charge a fee, don t have any useful information. And they seem like they ve been accessed by three or four people. Before paying a fee, ask the site to let you access the restricted areas for a little while. Legitimate sites won t mind giving you a few days to look around but you ll have to send in the documentation first.
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