Locksport 1.0

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Hello, NBers interested in Locksport. This wiki is intended to serve as a guide and reference for the Locksport group and class.

We are recruiting new students and aficionados of hacking locks. If you're interested, please let us know. Many of us starting the class are, in essence, n00bz. So people of all knowledge levels who are interested in the hacking, locking and unlocking, and general operation of locks are welcome.

Also, we need your donations of locks and tools. This will help us expand opportunities to everybody who is interested in Locksport.

Here are is a link [[1]] to other NB links from an earlier phase of Locksport.

The link contains further links to the laws on locks and bypass, as well as lock operation, and building your own toolset.

Please don't be put off by the apellation "Merit Badge" prefacing the links, locks and tools descriptions in other parts of the wiki. The NB "Merit Badge" was created as reward for successfully completing certain classes at NB way back when. Our objective is the pursuit of knowledge, but if it's a case of "Whaddya want, a Merit Badge?" and you figure, "Yeah, I do want one," then we can find one somewhere.

You can reach me at s4ls4nk4sh@gmail.com

We look forward to hearing from you.

Yours in hacking the planet,