Tutorials On All Aspects Of Lockpicking
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bunchabull wrote:I understand that lockpicking is often by feel but for those of us that are visually oriented and just learning, it helps a lot. Thank you.
Cutaway locks are wonderful for learning the mechanics of how a lock operates. They're terrible however for learning to pick. In this case the use of a cutaway is just fine, but please don't think you need to get one to learn how to pick, picking a cutaway can lead to a reliance on visual feedback which is simply impossible on non-cutaway locks.
However, feel free to get one because they're cool as hell.
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