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Looking for some info on locking picking

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Ckane

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:03 am

Looking for some info on locking picking

I am a owner of a apartment building with my own washer and dryer that I bought for the tenants I had a friend hook up a coin mechanism I lost my keys to it and I am super new to the lock picking scene I know its a tubular key I just don't know the size can someone help me please on where to get a tubular key set for cheap.


I also heard and I don't know if its true or not if I can get a 10 pin tubular that it will work on 6 7 8 pin locks please enlighten me on some knowledge

and where can I find these picks at a reasonable price where I have looked their like $70 and up
Last edited by Ckane on Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:06 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Riyame

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:05 am

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

Your best bet would be to phone a locksmith before the coin holder fills up and the machines become unusable.
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Ckane

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:08 am

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

I rather get a lock pick just to have never know when it will come in handy again
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Riyame

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:16 am

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

Ok, let me spell it out.

You are new here.

You claim that you own an apartment building and have coin operated washers.

You would rather spend time getting a lock pick and trying to pick the locks because you never know when you may need to do it again.

We get a lot of people asking that exact same question and coming up with all sorts of fantastical stories. They usually involve vending machines for coin operated appliances that they just "bought" and many even include a blurry dark close up cell phone picture of the lock.

If you can prove without a doubt that you actually own the items in question then you may get help but otherwise everybody will assume you are just some other kid trying to steal stuff.
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Ckane

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:32 am

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

Thanks escher7
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flywheel

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:33 am

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

Hey guys, I bought a new car and silly me I lost the keys. I know having a locksmith open the door and making me some new keys would make much more sense in the long run buuuuuuut I wouldn't mind trying out the lock picking scene. Picks for cars doors are really expensive but I rather get a lock pick just to have never know when it will come in handy again.
Thanks

I know, plagiarism is wrong.

It gets better. I started my new job as bank manager and wouldn't you know it, but the teller lost the keys to the ATM. Now I was hoping to find the right pick for it just in case this happens again and I can't get hold of a locksmith. Thanks for the help!
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escher7

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:49 am

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

flywheel wrote:Hey guys, I bought a new car and silly me I lost the keys. I know having a locksmith open the door and making me some new keys would make much more sense in the long run buuuuuuut I wouldn't mind trying out the lock picking scene. Picks for cars doors are really expensive but I rather get a lock pick just to have never know when it will come in handy again.
Thanks

I know, plagiarism is wrong.

It gets better. I started my new job as bank manager and wouldn't you know it, but the teller lost the keys to the ATM. Now I was hoping to find the right pick for it just in case this happens again and I can't get hold of a locksmith. Thanks for the help!


Always glad to help a newbie. Here is a link to a cheap car pick0:
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Seymour-Fibergla ... 5b16595465
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flywheel

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:54 am

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

Good idea but I was hoping for something that made less noise. Just trying to be considerate of my neighbors and the bank customers.
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Anarchy_won

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 5:09 am

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

where in Ontario are you? If you are close I might be able to help you out.
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Doogs

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 12:20 pm

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

If Anarchy_won is too far away maybe I could help you out as I have a massive collection of tubular keys and replacement locks as well as the skills to crack the coin box.

Just PM us an address and contact #
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just1pick+open

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 1:47 pm

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

escher7 wrote:
flywheel wrote:Hey guys, I bought a new car and silly me I lost the keys. I know having a locksmith open the door and making me some new keys would make much more sense in the long run buuuuuuut I wouldn't mind trying out the lock picking scene. Picks for cars doors are really expensive but I rather get a lock pick just to have never know when it will come in handy again.
Thanks

I know, plagiarism is wrong.

It gets better. I started my new job as bank manager and wouldn't you know it, but the teller lost the keys to the ATM. Now I was hoping to find the right pick for it just in case this happens again and I can't get hold of a locksmith. Thanks for the help!


Always glad to help a newbie. Here is a link to a cheap car pick0:
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Seymour-Fibergla ... 5b16595465

LMAO :rofl:
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WolfSpring

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 3:46 pm

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

escher7 wrote:
flywheel wrote:Hey guys, I bought a new car and silly me I lost the keys. I know having a locksmith open the door and making me some new keys would make much more sense in the long run buuuuuuut I wouldn't mind trying out the lock picking scene. Picks for cars doors are really expensive but I rather get a lock pick just to have never know when it will come in handy again.
Thanks

I know, plagiarism is wrong.

It gets better. I started my new job as bank manager and wouldn't you know it, but the teller lost the keys to the ATM. Now I was hoping to find the right pick for it just in case this happens again and I can't get hold of a locksmith. Thanks for the help!


Always glad to help a newbie. Here is a link to a cheap car pick0:
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Seymour-Fibergla ... 5b16595465


Do you have this in a lighter more concealable model?
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pmaxey83

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:05 pm

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

WolfSpring wrote:Do you have this in a lighter more concealable model?



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Papa Gleb

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Post Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:10 pm

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

Wait a second, you OWN an APARTMENT BUILDING yet you cant dish out $70??? Why dont you call the friend who installed it? Why dont you call the manufacture of the coin machine? Come on guy!!! Last question, so who handles the up keeping in YOUR building? Dont you have a superintendent or do you do all of the work?
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arielschoenberg

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Post Thu Aug 06, 2015 10:10 pm

Re: Looking for some info on locking picking

escher7 wrote:
flywheel wrote:Hey guys, I bought a new car and silly me I lost the keys. I know having a locksmith open the door and making me some new keys would make much more sense in the long run buuuuuuut I wouldn't mind trying out the lock picking scene. Picks for cars doors are really expensive but I rather get a lock pick just to have never know when it will come in handy again.
Thanks

I know, plagiarism is wrong.

It gets better. I started my new job as bank manager and wouldn't you know it, but the teller lost the keys to the ATM. Now I was hoping to find the right pick for it just in case this happens again and I can't get hold of a locksmith. Thanks for the help!


Always glad to help a newbie. Here is a link to a cheap car pick0:
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Seymour-Fibergla ... 5b16595465



:agree: lol I am sure this will do the job :agree: :hammering:

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