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"BEST" brand door lock

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rftiiv15

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Post Fri Feb 19, 2010 5:14 am

"BEST" brand door lock

How would i go abouts picking this.. its a best brand... i currently live in a dorm and i am wondering how to pick my door.. not other peoples doors.. just for the sake of doing it :) and i belive it is one of those SFIC locks.. and my Key has a big F printed on it.. so i believe it is a F size keyway... thanks!
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2010 5:15 am

Re: "BEST" brand door lock

That is not a good idea... you don't own it, and it's in use.
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2010 11:11 am

Re: "BEST" brand door lock

This idea sounds like it has DDT all over it.

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If you must play with a Best SFIC, try begging a used of off your friendly neighborhood lokie.
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2010 1:32 pm

Re: "BEST" brand door lock

I think the BEST option here is ? .............a shed loads of lock-picking experiance ,
Stick around - in a few year you will be able to pick a best lock - right now you have no hope even if you had the tension tool and hook.
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2010 9:15 pm

Re: "BEST" brand door lock

You don't own the lock so you should not be picking it. Also those locks are probably master keyed and you can mess up the lock picking it. Get yourself a master brand padlock and we can start there.
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2010 9:45 pm

Re: "BEST" brand door lock

The big "F" on the key stands for ......Forget it !!!!!!!!! Go buy a padlock and practise on something that you own. It would cost you a lot more to fuck the lock up and get someone to replace it tha it would to buy a lock in a shop that you have the right to pick!!!!!!

But if your serious about picking then good luck in picking your first lock ....it is fun, its entertaining and be warned it can get expensive.......and im a newbie to it but ive already spent a couple of hundred........and im just getting more addicted!!!!!!!
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2010 10:05 pm

Re: "BEST" brand door lock

bouncer965 wrote:The big "F" on the key stands for ......Forget it !!!!!!!!! Go buy a padlock and practise on something that you own. It would cost you a lot more to fuck the lock up and get someone to replace it tha it would to buy a lock in a shop that you have the right to pick!!!!!!

But if your serious about picking then good luck in picking your first lock ....it is fun, its entertaining and be warned it can get expensive.......and im a newbie to it but ive already spent a couple of hundred........and im just getting more addicted!!!!!!!

lol...wait 'till you pop yer first MTL interactive....if best locks are XTC MTL ia' are the crack of the picking world,IMHO....
but yeah..like the crew says ....no picking locks in service,or that are not yours.....
i suggest u grab yerself a Best padlock...they are the "best" for learning....
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