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An interesting and very practical business card came our way the other day, and we’d like to recommend everyone get one! Kevin Mitnick, once the most-wanted computer criminal in the United States, has produced some truly remarkable Lock Pick business cards.
The card measures 3 7/16 inches long by 1 7/8 inches wide, slightly longer than a standard business card, but no thicker. Perfect to put into a wallet.
While fully functional, the pop-out picks aren’t very comfortable to use, but can be used in a pinch with some practice. Get two and try the picks out before you truly have to depend on them.
Please check your local laws regarding carrying Lock Picks before you rush out and get one of these.
These lock picking tips and techniques provided in this article are only to be used in accordance with all local, state, and federal laws and provided for lock sport (recreational lock picking) use only. Lock sport should be used to learn about the illusion of security, and how to properly protect yourself and your possessions. Don’t do anything illegal.
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