Southord is the preferred source for professional lock pick sets, providing high quality tools for one’s needs. (It also sports a wide variety of other awesome tools, like knives, swords, nunchaks and more…)
Now, the question is, do you want to work harder or not? The standard lock pick sets are great, but they require a bit more effort and knowledge than this electric lock pick set, which might take some of the fun out of the job. Take your pick. (No pun intended…)
From James Bond to The Shawshank Redemption, the book safe is a classic hallmark of the espionage and crime genres. This tutorial from The Art of Manliness demonstrates the process for making your own hollowed-out book safe. With a few hours’ work, you’ll have a hidden container in which to stash your valuables or secrets.
Book safes are an age old way to stash one’s treasures–the key to a safe, a private document, a flask, a gun. And you can use them while traveling to hide your ipod, back up cash, or other valuables from would-be thieves. And of course if you end up wrongfully imprisoned, they work as an excellent place to stash a rock hammer for tunneling to freedom (salvation lies within!).
Not only are book safes fun to possess, they also make a cool, unique gift. If money is tight this year, consider making a few book safes for your friends or family. The supplies you need only cost a few bucks, and each will take you about 2.5 hours or so to create. Here’s a step by step rundown of how it’s done.