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Post Thu Jul 10, 2008 8:37 pm

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a highly effective dimple pick
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Post Thu Jul 10, 2008 8:48 pm

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Wow, it looks really nice. I don't know exactly how dimple picks work. Could you explain this to me.
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Post Thu Jul 10, 2008 8:57 pm

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This set is a highly rated set a spp dimple locks, http://www.uklockpickers.co.uk/shop/pro ... 202cc13abc

Take a look at my other new dimple tools including spring dimple bump keys type. many new dimple tools ,

Its true a very affective pick but there's loads more in this set with paddles. ;)
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awol70, good work with that pick, seems like it would work nicely on the telescopic Mul-T-Lock pins too.

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Post Sat Jul 12, 2008 3:48 am

Re: DIMPLE PICKS

Lockylew wrote:awol70, good work with that pick, seems like it would work nicely on the telescopic Mul-T-Lock pins too.

Lew

yep..heres the one i am currently working on...
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uklockpicker wrote:This set is a highly rated set a spp dimple locks, http://www.uklockpickers.co.uk/shop/pro ... 202cc13abc

Take a look at my other new dimple tools including spring dimple bump keys type. many new dimple tools ,

Its true a very affective pick but there's loads more in this set with paddles. ;)

wow....that set is loaded! =)
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Post Sat Jul 12, 2008 11:20 am

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awol70 wrote:
Lockylew wrote:awol70, good work with that pick, seems like it would work nicely on the telescopic Mul-T-Lock pins too.

Lew

yep..heres the one i am currently working on...



Niiiice! I'd love to see that picked on camera. I'm planning to get an interactive myself.
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Post Sat Jul 12, 2008 4:07 pm

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These are the tips for the H&M MTL picks if you wanted to make something similar. There are 3 different styles 5pin L,R, and 7 pin garrison. The thinner and flatter the pick tip is the easier it will be to maneuver under the pins and not over lift them.

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Here is my new Souber pick set. I have been eating through dimple locks with a much higher success. They are stronger and thinner than the Goso. The Souber set gives you a lot of room to work within the keyway. These are the best I have seen IMHO but they are also the most expensive.

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The Goso set is nice I have owned several sets, but they are very fat compared to the Souber picks, and locks pined with deep bitting it creates problems as they will get stuck as you retract the pick and causes over lifting. They still work and I have picked a MTL with them but I have also had a lock that it just kept getting stuck on one pin eventually I got it picked but it was annoying.

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Post Sun Jul 13, 2008 12:02 am

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THose H&M picks look fanstastic! I might try to make something similar. THanks very much for the pics!

Cool-Arrow, I'm envious of all your gear and locks!! Do you know of an online seller who stocks the Souber picks?
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Post Sun Jul 13, 2008 2:15 am

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Thank for the info, you have lots of usefull up to date info on dimple picking and tools, looks a great set you have there, out of interest how much did that set set you back ? :mrgreen:
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Post Sun Jul 13, 2008 4:38 am

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kizza8484 wrote:THose H&M picks look fanstastic! I might try to make something similar. Thanks very much for the pics!

Cool-Arrow, I'm envious of all your gear and locks!! Do you know of an online seller who stocks the Souber picks?


This is the only place I have seen them and Wendt Germnay use to carry them as well
http://www.multipick-service.cc/htdocs/en/werkzeug/picksets/multilock/

I got the picks in a trade with one of my good trading buddies who is a great guy to deal with.

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