LASM issue 11 November 2011

LASM issue 11 November 2011

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Caption competition

Take a look at this photograph from the MLA expo. What’s going on in the picture? Come up with a great caption and you could win an ABUS van lock! The rules: no bribery no crying if you lose if you’re going to use rude words, spell them correctly the competition will be judged by…

BREAKING NEWS – – – PAID SUBSCRIPTIONS

BREAKING NEWS – – – PAID SUBSCRIPTIONS

We’re moving to a paid subscription model, starting from March. This will allow us to keep bringing you great quality content, including exclusive member only content such as video on the website which will not be available anywhere else. Even better – we’re going to start paying you for your submissions. Click here for more…

What to expect from LASM Online

What to expect from LASM Online

This month sees the launch of an industry first – an entirely online issue of our magazine. Before now we’ve always offered a page flip version of the print magazine online, but December will see an entirely web-based issue, delivered to you in an easy to read, newspaper website style format. This innovation heralds a…

Get paid to write for us!

Get paid to write for us!

We are always looking for good quality features and articles. With the launch of our new paid subscriptions, we can now pay our contributors for their articles in both the print and online issues – this means even more great content, and you can not only get published, but also get paid! So what is…

Ben Lewis of Burton safes answers Peter Hoade

Ben Lewis of Burton safes answers Peter Hoade

In the latest editions of two locksmiths’ magazines a letter was published regarding internet traders and their threat to traditional bricks and mortar shops. This letter accused specific manufacturers of supporting the internet trade to the detriment of the locksmith and urged action to be taken. As one of those named I would like to…

Lishi – Exciting times ahead

Lishi – Exciting times ahead

One of the best known Auto Entry Tools in the market is the Lishi range, developed by Mr Li in China some 20 years ago. But over the years, the range has been copied, counterfeited and then sold indiscriminately. That all changed in May 2009, when Tradelocks went to China to meet Lishi. “Martin Pink…

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