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I was curious if there is anyone out there who has a tubular lock pick that they are looking to sell? If so please email send me a private message. Also, can you use a 8 pin lock pick to pick a 7 pin tubular lock?
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Sorry I don't have a pick but, an 8 pin tubular lock pick can't pick 7 pin tubular locks. I'm trying to make my own 8 pin pick but its really not working so far.
Hope this helps you
SlimPickens aka Ubu
We can do this the nice way or the mafia way, doesn't matter which way really, because you'll still wind up with broken shins.
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i have 7pin for sale email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
for a deal
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I found a site that sells a tubular pick for $10.00 !!! I'll receive my in a few days and write a review after evaluation. The Link is:
Picking locks since 1969....
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