When it comes down to it there is nothing better than manual tools for your Lock pick Set, whether they be retail, homebrew, macgyver style. DIY'ers look here.
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B&Q are selling some cheap bits off atm.
If you are a locksmith get down there now theres loads of supplies at a pound a go.
Just picked up these nice poke wires for a quid!
My wife thought it was hilarious whilst i rummaged through the pile of stuff filling my basket haha
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they look similiar to old fashioned typewriter repair tools back in the day when typewriters were mechanical. There were many coil springs that had to be placed over thier hooks, and long thin tools with points and various pigtail curves were used to reach into the machine and put these springs on thier hooks in very tight places. a series of different pigtail curves were used to hookup and unhook these springs. there is a whole technique on using them.
Your tools look a bit thicker than those, but were probably made for a specific job on some thing
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