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  1. #11
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    Feb 2014
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    Country: Great Britain

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    Totally and 100% agree with you. There are certain 'aspects' of safe information that should remain very restricted for obvious reasons but historical lists of makers etc Oh come on......

  2. #12
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    Oct 2009
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    Cleveland, Ohio USA
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    Gerard, I would not feel too bad about that unbelievably long list of makers. It looked more like a list of every blacksmith and locksmith that ever lived in Germany. I have a pretty good idea of the total number of safe makers here in the U.S. and a passing knowledge of English makers over the last 200 years, yet the combined number is likely fewer than in that list.

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