Remember that the order in which your particular pins bind will not be the same as another lock, even if they're the same brand. There seems to be quite a lot of discussion and misunderstanding among the members here about "binding order". Depending on the lock, you will generally need a consistent turning pressure (Most American [brand] locks respond beautifully to very light turning pressure) Yours will be determined by whether or not there is return spring pressure, and how much. The material of the pins will also come into play, as some harder brass alloy and steel pins resist turning pressure and are harder to set.
The order in which your pins will be bound by your holding (turning) pressure will be determined by which pin chambers in the plug are off-set from true center, and by how much.
So, the first moments spent manipulating your pins will be spent exploring to see which pins bind, and in what order. The rest is the act of overcoming false sets from the spools.
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