GWiens2001: Great video! Learned a lot about what fun can be had with a forklift and a chainsaw.
pmaxey83: but i first have to submit the proper forms for a new hobby to my wife
xeo: i root for the kernel
Anything And Everything About Lock Picking
The Prestigious and Powerful Porcine Prelate
Joined: Wed Jul 14, 2010 10:59 am
Location: West Mids, UK
This WINKHAUS was much more difficult than it should, and I was unable to pick it open for a week. We played with it at LockCon and neither me nor MrAnybody were able to open it. We got so angry that we split it in half and went back home without getting it open.
I usually got a deep false set and then got stuck. Then suddenly I opened it while I was just feeling the 3 pins I hadn't picked yet. That was really surprising and amazing at the same time.
After that moment I realized how easy it was. I used to push the back pins too deep and probably overset one or two of them. Now I pick it very gently, by setting the first two and then going back slowly and just caressing rather than pushing the back ones with the pick.
Just for the records, I was turning it CCW by pushing the wrench with my thumb. I usually turn CW and push with my index.
Now that I've learned this trick it's super easy. I'm waiting to see MrAnybody's half opened soon!
Papa Gleb wrote:Keep the lockwoods going, after many many months I finally had an open window to pick. Blew the dust of the pick case and went to work. Nothing to interesting here but give me a sense that I still have my touch
Im still out of the loop of the pic and video upload changes, so I just uploaded it here:
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