Personal. Why did I become a safecracker? As a kid growing up, my heroes. Currently I have three different Databases on CD. Click on a CD for more info. Openings. Oregon and Washington I cover by motorcar, the rest of the country .
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You get exact drill points, drop-in points, relocker points, and more. The one after that will be on GSA containers. Included are many opening tips designed to make your life easier. The book includes a 55 page “Introduction to Safecracking” that alone is worth mocmie the cost of the book. The rig was a very good investment.
Gun Safes by Dave McOmie
These are the world’s toughest safes! I will tell you exactly how much the opening will cost before I begin, and the price will not change, no matter how long it takes to jcomie the unit open.
This book actually walks you through every opening from the first step until the door swings open! Included among many other safes are: Plus a service notes section tells you special tricks Learn how to deal with dials, opening methods, scoping the change key hole, mcomje through the scope, transferring and more.
The material has breadth and depth, covering vault doors, round doors, square doors, fire safes, antique safes, Grasshopper safes, Salamander safes, electronic safes, dial removal techniques, drilling methods, scopes, tools and just about anything else you ever wanted to know Need a drill point or relocker drill point on a gun safe? Kenny H with Vac set up on the Halls Bankers, just testing!
Each safe is shown from the front for identification purposes. Each page is numbered and labeled by month and year for easy reference. Learn to open High Security Safes now! These are sometimes information-loaded, sometimes mvomie, but always worthwhile. This is an indispensable aid to the technician who needs to locate safecracking information NOW!
This book is davw gun safes. When you have the best tools you just love being pictured using them. The other pic shows the VacRig on a Safedoor with a “vacuum” problem. We recieved a note from Paul Crouwel to show us him and his associates working on some interesting safes in The Netherlands. If you want your picture added to our professional Safe Tech gallery just send us an e mail with you and a StrongArm product in action!
This book has rave magnificent and durable casebound hard cover! Kenny H and Dave going after an Original. If it is a higher quality safe or vault, I will email or call you with a quote.
Dave has re-read each article and groaned a few times due to inaccurate or incomplete information. With the Dave book under your arm, opening these babies just got a LOT faster and easier.
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These openings can be a nightmare, but not when you bring Dave McOmie along with you on the job. That way, when you have a particular type of container to open, you can pull down one volume A great addition to any safe library, Ask Dave is destined to be a cult classic. Now here is one amazing value!
Here is the definitive new book on Bank Vault safecracking made easy! All measurements needed to open the safe are provided. In many cases, I will utilize no-damage methods such as manipulation, dialing diagnostics, or special bypass techniques, to open the container.
Oregon and Washington I cover by motorcar, the rest of the country by aeroplane. Four color covers, with over inside pages, show hundreds and hundreds of photos of the doors and the guts. Kindest regards from Eave Austria. Dave Adve has done it again! This is the first book in a brand new series, in which each volume will be dedicated to a particular type of safe.
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The blue one was a German “Leicher” filling with a lot of ball bearings. As one of the most experienced and best equipped mcomoe safecrackers in the world, I carry many microborescopes, which require only a tiny hole to be drilled into the unit.
Where appropriate he has written Retrospective Comments at the end of the articles. Does drilling ruin the safe or vault? If it is a low-end safe, and if you are far away, I will refer you to a competent safe technician in your area, which will save you money.