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  • #16
    Originally posted by FINALNOTICE17 View Post
    I know that if its in inside storage there's no way in hell to get it out without cutting the lock on the door.
    I saw this and thought, what about picking the lock?

    That would be a way around this issue.

    Does anyone on the forum know how to do it? Have you done it?

    I read about it a little on this: https://unitedlocksmith.net/blog/how...o-lock-picking

    Mainly I looked at the pictures, but it doesn't seem that hard. And it wouldn't damage the property (i.e. the lock), so I don't see how it would be wrong.

    Thoughts?

    Having this problem right now, and I don't want to do it if there is something I am missing.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by ErikNeal View Post
      I saw this and thought, what about picking the lock?

      That would be a way around this issue.

      Does anyone on the forum know how to do it? Have you done it?

      I read about it a little on this: https://unitedlocksmith.net/blog/how...o-lock-picking

      Mainly I looked at the pictures, but it doesn't seem that hard. And it wouldn't damage the property (i.e. the lock), so I don't see how it would be wrong.

      Thoughts?

      Having this problem right now, and I don't want to do it if there is something I am missing.
      AKA Breaking & Entering

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      • #18
        Haven't thought of repoing a unit at a storage facility, but I would guess in a way it have to be dealt with similar to a secured parking facility. But I do like the idea of renting the cheap unit to gain legal access to the property as for the legality of the actual repo that would be a better question for the LEO's in your area.

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