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luckypicker

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Post Sun Mar 18, 2018 7:19 pm

U.K lockpick tools

Got four tools to sell

1 Chris Belcher push button pick tool new never being used £20 free uk postage

2 ICL improved curtain pick for sale £90 free uk postage (item sold pending cleared funds)

3 Brockhage Pick Gun down and up gun(set) £30 free uk postage

4 matix padlock pick for era padlocks £30 never being used

Any questions feel free to ask

pics below

http://s1268.photobucket.com/user/luckpicker/library/
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luckypicker

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Post Sun Mar 18, 2018 7:34 pm

Re: U.K lockpick tools

Sorry forgot one more tool

Any questions about tools feel free to ask

RB Universal 2 in 1 mortice pick - 6 gauge £45 free postage
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madsamurai

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Post Mon Mar 19, 2018 2:57 pm

Re: U.K lockpick tools

Curious, how does that Chris Belcher push button pick work (and on what)? I haven't seen one of those before...
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luckypicker

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Post Mon Mar 19, 2018 6:34 pm

Re: U.K lockpick tools

I have the manual on pdf if you like to see.
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mercurial

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Post Tue Mar 20, 2018 12:49 pm

Re: U.K lockpick tools

madsamurai wrote:Curious, how does that Chris Belcher push button pick work (and on what)? I haven't seen one of those before...


It is more a measuring gauge/decoder than a pick, and it was designed to assist in the opening of Simplex push button locks. Newer versions also have a scale on them for Supra lock boxes & another push-button door lock called the Keylex.

The tool is used to take measurements by placing it over a button on the lock & is used to depress the button whilst tension is applied. The scale of the gauge then gives a reading of how far the button travelled when pressed. This information, along with an understanding of the mechanism, is used to decode the lock's combination.

The PDF user's manual for it, which contains detailed instructions & several examples of the technique/algorithm is here :https://tradelocks.co.uk/downloads/Button_Gauge_Manual_2012.pdf

Hope that helps.
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luckypicker

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Post Tue Mar 20, 2018 5:09 pm

Re: U.K lockpick tools

mercurial wrote:
madsamurai wrote:Curious, how does that Chris Belcher push button pick work (and on what)? I haven't seen one of those before...


It is more a measuring gauge/decoder than a pick, and it was designed to assist in the opening of Simplex push button locks. Newer versions also have a scale on them for Supra lock boxes & another push-button door lock called the Keylex.

The tool is used to take measurements by placing it over a button on the lock & is used to depress the button whilst tension is applied. The scale of the gauge then gives a reading of how far the button travelled when pressed. This information, along with an understanding of the mechanism, is used to decode the lock's combination.

The PDF user's manual for it, which contains detailed instructions & several examples of the technique/algorithm is here :https://tradelocks.co.uk/downloads/Button_Gauge_Manual_2012.pdf

Hope that helps.


Thanks for that merurial my version is newer one never being used still in packet lol
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madsamurai

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Post Wed Mar 21, 2018 3:01 pm

Re: U.K lockpick tools

mercurial wrote:
madsamurai wrote:Curious, how does that Chris Belcher push button pick work (and on what)? I haven't seen one of those before...


It is more a measuring gauge/decoder than a pick, and it was designed to assist in the opening of Simplex push button locks. Newer versions also have a scale on them for Supra lock boxes & another push-button door lock called the Keylex.

The tool is used to take measurements by placing it over a button on the lock & is used to depress the button whilst tension is applied. The scale of the gauge then gives a reading of how far the button travelled when pressed. This information, along with an understanding of the mechanism, is used to decode the lock's combination.

The PDF user's manual for it, which contains detailed instructions & several examples of the technique/algorithm is here :https://tradelocks.co.uk/downloads/Button_Gauge_Manual_2012.pdf

Hope that helps.


That does help, thank you! Pretty interesting... I haven't had a chance to learn much about this type of lock yet, and was curious how they were approached. That manual is really informative. I've seen versions of these here in the US but haven't paid much attention to brand... do they all work pretty much the same way? Do you find this tool is necessary for the technique described in the manual or can it be done by feel?
(Sorry to hijack your thread, Luckypicker... you piqued my curiosity :) )
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castle 2

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Post Tue Jun 26, 2018 3:57 am

Re: U.K lockpick tools

luckypicker wrote:Sorry forgot one more tool

Any questions about tools feel free to ask

RB Universal 2 in 1 mortice pick - 6 gauge £45 free postage

Do the 2in1 and the era padlock pick have an inner post clearance on them?

So basically do they have a hollowed tubular recess in the end of the tensioning rod that is inserted into the lock itself?

And how receptive would you predict being to the idea of my getting a multi purchase discount on the padlock pick the 2in1 and one or both of the snap guns?

Keep in mind that i am also a UK buyer so postage costs will be cheaper too :p
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Post Thu Jun 28, 2018 1:05 am

Re: U.K lockpick tools

castle 2 wrote:
luckypicker wrote:Sorry forgot one more tool

Any questions about tools feel free to ask

RB Universal 2 in 1 mortice pick - 6 gauge £45 free postage

Do the 2in1 and the era padlock pick have an inner post clearance on them?

So basically do they have a hollowed tubular recess in the end of the tensioning rod that is inserted into the lock itself?

And how receptive would you predict being to the idea of my getting a multi purchase discount on the padlock pick the 2in1 and one or both of the snap guns?

Keep in mind that i am also a UK buyer so postage costs will be cheaper too :p


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