Anything And Everything About Lock Picking
jharveee wrote:I love your tools..........anyone that can pick with those is going to be a great picker with the proper tools.
Thx. I watched a bosnian bill vid on youtube and now I think I'm hooked to this hobby. I cant put this lock down. I love the way the pick feels as the pins slide in place. I'm likely to post somewhere appropriate for advice on a starter kit in my budget shortly.
Try this set from TOOOL: US/
http://toool.us/equipment.html The Tremendous 12. Good value, excellent tools and nothing you won't use.
You are off to a good start - can't beat that feeling.
For every expert there is an equal and opposite expert.
10ringo10 wrote:This evva dps ! notice how its been picked past the side bar trap point and check out the size of those pins and springs
Wow.. those are some wicked drivers and springs, seems they would be under quite a bit of pressure.
Genolution wrote:My very first lock. A four pin (I think). Man I really need to get some proper kit. I think I'll practice with this one some more before I move on to my Master lock 532dpf.
Awesome job, glad youre enjoying it, and great tools lol
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Genolution wrote:My very first lock. A four pin (I think). Man I really need to get some proper kit...
Nice work with some crude tools! I LOVE IT!!
Genolution wrote:I think I'll practice with this one some more before I move on to my Master lock 532dpf.
I remember my first 532. It gave me quite a challenge
and I was quite excited when I was able to pop it.
A sneak peek of what you're in for Master 532
This was my first magnum series padlock i got, its an M15, after getting use to the spring and required tension this is a fast pick.
This brinks gave me some trouble because of the hard spring tension it is under, but finally figured it out.
I think the reason I couldn't pick it before was the number 3 and 4 pins, which are rather short. The paracentric keyway and deep spools do not help either...
DAF Kilit standard cylinder:
Yuma Kilit standard cylinder:
They picked pretty easily. I'm trying to determine which of the Turkish manufacturers make the most pick-resistant cylinders, and so far only Kale makes locks that are difficult. Recently they introduced a triple-bitted dimple lock with a 100% steel body to prevent snapping.
Mur670 wrote:Managed to get consistent results picking a Paclock 95G series. Judging by the feedback I was getting there was at least 2 spool pins which I'm hoping sets me up for picking my American 5200.
I remember that 5200! You will do fine with it, Mur670.
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