Oak City Locksport is focused on fun and education.
Is learning to pick locks and possessing lock picks legal in the state of North Carolina where we are based? You bet! BUT, you've got to make sure to follow a few simple rules:
• Do not pick a lock you rely upon. The lock may be damaged in your practice and stop functioning. • Do not pick a lock you do not own unless given explicit permission. Always warn the owner that it's possibe damage may occur. • Do not offer services or receive compensation for picking a lock unless you are licensed as a Locksmith in the state of North Carolina (NC GS 74F). • Use your powers for good, not evil. Do not share your skills with those you suspect will lockpick to commit a crime • Possession of lock picks with intent to break into a home or business is escalated up to a Class I Felony (NC GS 14-55) - though, the state has to prove intent