Lock-Picking Instructions

13.09.2018 16:07 | Comments 0
The Mountain Six Pick (also called Six Mountains) is a classic rake tool. In other words, stroking through the cylinder with this pick means the pins or more or less randomly contacted and more ...
21.02.2018 19:54 | Comments 0
This is probably the coarsest rake pick available in all of lock picking. The even teeth on both sides mean the rake technique can be carried out correctly even by someone with low levels of fine more ...
27.08.2017 16:36 | Comments 0
The snake is a pick tailored exclusively to the lock picking technique of raking. The snake is made up of several semi-circular bends, thereby creating a point of attack for several pins at the more ...
22.07.2017 09:43 | Comments 0
This pick, the snowman, obviously got its name from its appearance: it is made up of two differently-sized circles one on top of the other. This deformation on both sides means locks can be worked more ...
07.05.2017 11:30 | Comments 0
This popular pick form is exclusively used for setting individual pins in the lock. The technique is basically the same as for hook picks. However, due to the triangular form of the pick, the more ...
04.02.2017 09:31 | Comments 0
This tool is the most popular and most common form of lock picking. The bent tool describes a curve between 90 and 180 degrees. These picks are exclusively used for setting cylinder pins. more ...
17.11.2016 10:06 | Comments 0
A good set of bump keys contains the key profiles of the most popular lock manufacturers. However, these key brands represent the basics only. Thus, these are the blanks only (in our case best more ...
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