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HOW TO: Put Pro Handles On Pick CORES TUTORIAL Part ONE

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Post Mon Oct 27, 2008 2:54 pm

HOW TO: Put Pro Handles On Pick CORES TUTORIAL Part ONE

This is a step-by step photo tutorial, intended to help stretch your lockpicking dollar.
buying regular,non-handled pick cores, which are very inexpensive,and in my opinion,create
a sturdy, long-lasting pick,(equal or better quality of most manufactured picks)
you also get the benefit that ,when the stainless steel core does eventually bend ,or break due to metal fatigue,(which will be sooner or later, depending on how often you pick.)
you can slit the shrink-tubing,recover,sand and re-use the handles.
in this case,i use a city bus wiper blade insert,but you can use a strip of aluminum,or pretty much any thin,rigid steel.
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Post Sun Oct 21, 2012 11:53 pm

Re: HOW TO: Put Pro Handles On Pick CORES TUTORIAL Part ONE

fix pix please

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