Tool recommendations, information on your favorite automatic and/or mechanical lockpicking devices for those with less skills, or looking to make their own.
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stickypicky wrote:lasy year my mom had the locks changed on our house,the next day i found the locksmith had forgotten his pick gun and pickset.He never came back,so i kept them.They are nice and i have had a year to practise with.
they work so good the gun is cool i can open all the locks on my house now,i tried it on a tricircle padlock,but that is to hard for me i will practise more tho.The hand pick i used i cut my hand at 1st then dah there is some with handles on them.My friends think i am so cool to have the real Mc coy ones.
Did you ever think about calling the locksmith and telling him he left his stuff?
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I've got an old Sonicare toothbrush that I no longer use, and with cautious use of a hacksaw made some subtle modifications. It seems to work okay, and the tips I've made from (you guessed it) street sweeper bristles don't appear to affect things too much. Using my practice lockboard it worked on almost everything. The Yale X5 was asking a bit much, but I made the tip too short
I'll post some pics when I've got batteries for my camera
hey this is a great idea and i was thinking about doing it but i have plastic still left so what if i just got the plastic really soft (by melting it) and pressed the pick into it so that when it cooled it would be lodged in the plastic? i dont know it seemed like it might work but it might also throw the vibration off too much so please tell me what you think thanks
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