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Literally same price and with a free practice lock. Also so you dont have to wait a month
http://www.lockpicks.com/catalog/product/view/id/7682/s/jack-knife-pick-set-free-brockhage-clear-padlock/
Did anyone mention that carrying one in many US locales is illegal, and could mean jail, forefeiture of assets, fines, and/or legal costs?
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AudiophileBob
Yes. Right in the item description.

"The Fine Print

YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE TO ORDER! It is the sole responsibility of the BUYER (not Massdrop Group and/or its employees; nor the product creator) to ascertain and obey all applicable Federal, State, and Local Laws regarding possession and use of item(s) sold herein. Consult your Federal, State, and Local Laws before ordering. By placing an order the buyer certifies that; he or she is of legal age; and that the item(s) will be used only in a lawful manner. Massdrop Group assumes no liability associated with product usage. The buyer is liable and responsible for any loss, damage or expense of any kind, arising from the use or misuse of any item sold herein. Furthermore, by placing an order the BUYER certifies that Massdrop Group will be acting in a lawful manner as described under U.S.C. Title 39 Section 3002a when mailing "locksmith entry tools" to the buyer, i.e. buyer certifies that he/she/it is one or more of the following: a bona fide locksmith; lock distributor; bona fide repossessor; motor vehicle dealer; lock manufacturer; or a motor vehicle manufacturer, law enforcement officer; a bona fide fire fighter; a bona fide purchaser for one of the aforementioned; and/or a customer who will have this purchase shipped outside the United States, its possession, or territories. Massdrop Group will not deliver any locksmithing device through the mail to a person who cannot certify that he/she/it falls into one of the aforementioned categories.Massdrop Group shall not be liable for any special or consequential damages that result from the use of, or the inability to use, the materials on this site or the performance of the products, even if Massdrop Group has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Applicable law may not allow the limitation of exclusion of liability or incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. It is the responsibility of the buyer, not Massdrop Group, to ascertain and obey all applicable laws pertaining to the possession and use of items ordered. By placing an order, the buyer asserts that the products will be used in a lawful manner and that they are of legal age.California Customers: by placing an order for locksmith tools to be delivered in California, the buyer certifies that the tools will be delivered to either a licensed locksmith or that the receiver is exempt from licensing because they are working as an “in house locksmith,” or exempted for other reasons. "
AudiophileBob
I'm sure you don't even know what half of what you just said means.
10 bucks on GearBest...

https://www.gearbest.com/lock-picks-and-tools/pp_341906.html

Easy access. Right on your key ring.
Does it fit with European (German) locks?
JonnyDvE
what does the key look like? is there a picture of a blank on the interwebz?
Anyone know a source (or dimensions) for the thumbscrew? Redoing my keychain, and to my dismay, noticed a little hole where the thumbscrew once was.
elixx
Nevermind! https://www.lockpickshop.com/S-6.html
i keep a few of these on hand at all times, for a back up or in a bind pick it does the job well.
I bought this as it seems like a great little set. However I'm quite nervous about having this as an EDC item. Should I for some reason invoke the ire of the cops and they search me, I'm afraid this little tool could send me to jail. Maybe I'm just paranoid. I'll probably just leave it in the glove-box of the car should I need it in a lockout.
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http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/C-46/page-79.html#docCont
It's near the bottom of that page.

Possession of break-in instrument
351 (1) Every one who, without lawful excuse, the proof of which lies on them, has in their possession any instrument suitable for the purpose of breaking into any place, motor vehicle, vault or safe under circumstances that give rise to a reasonable inference that the instrument has been used or is or was intended to be used for such a purpose,
  • (a) is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years; or
  • (b) is guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction.

So as long as you're not in circumstances that would lead the police to believe you were illegally breaking into any of those places, then it's fine to call them whatever you want. You can even break into those places so long as you had a lawful excuse. The "lawful excuse" part is probably because the entire locksmith industry would be illegal otherwise.
Quarnozian
I stand correct
Californian here who bought in the last drop. It's a great little set, already came in handy once. Ships to Cali no problems.
spook_nine
thanks for the shipping info!
How low of a price did this go?
Byte11
Bump per se.
Interested in price too.
This sends to USA right? California specifically?
Mr.Donut
I got mine in Cali no problems.
Mr.Donut
USA for sure, think everywhere else too (Don't quote me on that)

California has interesting legislation, so there is a lot of mention of that, but it is not exclusive for there.

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