Locksmithing: From Apprentice to Master

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McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 1, 1994 - Crafts & Hobbies - 309 pages
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A complete overview and practical guide to the locksmith profession, covering how to set up a small, one-person shop; outfit the business; masterkey locks; perform emergency services; and use locksmithing software. Appendices provide up-to-date references to locksmithing terms, training, associations, suppliers, and publications.

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Contents

Getting started
9
The tools of the trade
17
Securing employment
37
Copyright

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