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MrPharmer2012

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Post Wed Mar 07, 2012 6:07 pm

American 1100&5100 series bumping

I never realized how easy these things bumped I figured the serrated pins would hinder it a little bit. I made bump key last night and bumped open my 5100 first try using only my finger to bump key I then bumped 3 more open almost right in a row.
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Post Wed Mar 07, 2012 6:30 pm

Re: American 1100&5100 series bumping

I still have to try bumping one of these, all I have been getting is Kwikets. Oh and badass Pharmer thing you got going there!
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Post Wed Mar 07, 2012 6:45 pm

Re: American 1100&5100 series bumping

I have yet to bump anything, I have a set of 5 keys but never got them to work. Would not mind having one for Americans if you could copy me one? I've got plenty of stuff to trade.
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Post Wed Mar 07, 2012 9:09 pm

Re: American 1100&5100 series bumping

Here is a video of the key in action
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Post Wed Mar 07, 2012 10:06 pm

Re: American 1100&5100 series bumping

Just bumped it single handed posted video on lock picking videos forum on YouTube channel
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Post Wed Mar 07, 2012 10:29 pm

Re: American 1100&5100 series bumping

Love the way you look round to see if anyones watching ,its a classic thats going to go virul.
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Post Wed Mar 07, 2012 11:22 pm

Re: American 1100&5100 series bumping

Haha didn't even notice
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Post Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:30 am

Re: American 1100&5100 series bumping

never seen any lock bumped with a finger tap like that.

ive got one of these american padlocks, borrowed off a friend, i wonder if i can get a blank for these over in england? i'll have to pop down the key cutters and find out i suppose.

great bumping
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Post Tue Oct 23, 2012 1:48 pm

Re: American 1100&5100 series bumping

didn't look like bumping at all, that is the key, in fact it looks like a key to an american lock I own and use.

OK so I'll have to try that, its just possible that this could be real, Im backing down a bit so I don't get under a lot of arguements. I have to try before my skepticism is called cynicism.
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Post Tue Oct 23, 2012 2:07 pm

Re: American 1100&5100 series bumping

Rai I was skeptical to it works my first bumped lock was because of this video . You can hit the key pretty hard with just your finger + pharmer kills American locks in every way possible .
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Post Tue Oct 23, 2012 2:55 pm

Re: American 1100&5100 series bumping

rai wrote:didn't look like bumping at all, that is the key, in fact it looks like a key to an american lock I own and use.

OK so I'll have to try that, its just possible that this could be real, Im backing down a bit so I don't get under a lot of arguements. I have to try before my skepticism is called cynicism.


he's obviously made it from an original key which would be the home brew way of doing it.

ive only seen this one video from pharmer. the bow of those keys are pretty flat making it probably more possible to bump with a finger flick compared to a rounded bow.
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Post Tue Oct 23, 2012 3:12 pm

Re: American 1100&5100 series bumping

the other thing that made me skeptical was that on first viewing, I did not notice that he was simultaneously hitting a finger of the hand holding the lock to turn the key,
in short one hand is the bump "hammer" and the other hand quickly taps the keybow to turn it during the bump.

I will definatly be trying this. probably later today.
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Post Fri Dec 27, 2013 7:45 am

Re: American 1100&5100 series bumping

rai wrote:the other thing that made me skeptical was that on first viewing, I did not notice that he was simultaneously hitting a finger of the hand holding the lock to turn the key,
in short one hand is the bump "hammer" and the other hand quickly taps the keybow to turn it during the bump.

I will definatly be trying this. probably later today.


I noticed the same, did you try it?

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