OldddffAASSTT the Spin Master Extraordinaire and American Lock Slayer
Joined: Thu Mar 31, 2011 3:16 pm
Anything And Everything About Lock Picking
Geir wrote:Well, since coming back to my locks, I've found I really need to focus my skills.
I can open simple padlocks and simple locks, no problem, but security pins are something else.
What I can pick, I'll honestly put down to a bit of luck...
I dug out my trusty TrioVing practice lock and set it up with 3 pins, 1 std and 2 barrels/spools.
After getting comfortable with that, I've now added a new serrated pin in 4th pos.
Std key-pins, so no to over-do the challenge.
mrdeus wrote:Nice. Which pick did you use? Hook 7?
Your post gave me an idea. Maybe I should remove some pins from my similar looking Elite lock just to get me started and build some confidence.
Whizdumb81 wrote:You can't handle the DCAP
xe0 wrote:how about a peterson gov steel baseball bat so i can thwap motherfuckers
ecksdee wrote:To learn to pick locks is to learn how to speak a language spoken only in whispers and riddles.
Patrick Star wrote:This thing is definitely tricky!
whizdumb wrote:Abus 75IB/50 Key Retaining picked with a Spooxe Right Curved Flag. And Yea the Spooxe Set is a pricey but awesome set. Totally worth it if you're into dimple locks.
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