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Post Fri Nov 02, 2018 12:11 am

National Locksmith Magazines

To give away to a good home. I have 3 large boxes of TNL magazines that do not deserve recycle bin or the fire pit. Pictured boxes are 20"-16"-9". 3rd box is slightly larger. Mag dates are 1988-2010. A wealth of info. McOmie and Libby safe openings, Technitips, Lock articles and on and on and beyond. ***OLDFAST***. Here is the 'catch'. You must pick these up at my residence. It would be costly to ship.
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Post Fri Nov 02, 2018 4:24 am

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If we drive that far will you give us a room for the night before you make us drive home? :D
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Post Fri Nov 02, 2018 2:15 pm

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I wish I could get there. That is a gold mine.
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Post Sat Nov 03, 2018 10:01 pm

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https://archive.org/details/national_locksmith
Also wish I lived closer so I could pick up the magazines. I included a link to their archive magazines for the rest of us not close enough to enjoy your generosity.
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Post Mon Nov 05, 2018 3:41 am

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Holy shit. What an offer. With you and 00247 both over there, a trip to Wisconsin is looking more & more appealing all the time. The two of you both work with lots of safes... the show n' tell, not to mention the good talks, would be a real treat for me. A real treat. Damn, I'm really gonna have to get outta my little bubble one of these days soon! If those boxes of porn go to someone else in the meantime... I totally understand.
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Post Mon Nov 05, 2018 8:42 pm

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If those boxes of porn go to someone else in the meantime... I totally understand.
Mike, how did you know about the other boxes of Penthouse, Oui, and Velvet?
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Post Mon Nov 05, 2018 8:47 pm

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jharveee wrote:https://archive.org/details/national_locksmith
Also wish I lived closer so I could pick up the magazines. I included a link to their archive magazines for the rest of us not close enough to enjoy your generosity.

Not sure if everybody noticed this, but interesting stuff is missing in these archive.
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Post Tue Nov 06, 2018 12:15 pm

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MartinHewitt wrote:
jharveee wrote:https://archive.org/details/national_locksmith
Also wish I lived closer so I could pick up the magazines. I included a link to their archive magazines for the rest of us not close enough to enjoy your generosity.

Not sure if everybody noticed this, but interesting stuff is missing in these archive.

I noticed. 20 pages at a time in some of them.
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Post Mon Nov 12, 2018 6:00 am

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Permission to piggy-back, please...How do these magazines compare to Locksmith Ledger? Similarities/differences? Which covers more on safes and safe locks? Thanks.
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Post Mon Nov 12, 2018 11:01 am

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L4R3L2 wrote:Permission to piggy-back, please...How do these magazines compare to Locksmith Ledger? Similarities/differences? Which covers more on safes and safe locks? Thanks.

The Locksmith Ledger I only subscribed to for one year. They were more like product announcements than a tech magazine. The National Locksmith had some pretty good stuff in it, there was a lot of the same as far as "Look at this new tool" kind of articles, but there was plenty of tech information.
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Post Mon Nov 12, 2018 5:21 pm

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The TNL on archive.org is already a lot of advertisement and unofficial advertisement. In nearly every magazine is one safe drilling which is a bit interesting. There seem to be more interesting content, which was removed, e.g. the destructive opening of a 8550 where the last three photos are present which suggest opening by melting the wheel post.
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