If you guys are interested in lock picking, the thing that has helped me most, by far, was the cutaway locks. I got a cheaper one than the Southord one encased in plastic but mine came with lots of extra pins so you could make it more difficult. Start with only a couple of pins to get the feel of how much pressure you should use (very little) and work your way up to 6 pins using both the rake method and individual pin picking with the hook pick. Then try putting short pins next to long pins....good luck with that!
This method will have you picking most locks in no time. If they aren't illegal in your state or it's part of your job (you better have proof....just saying), learn how to use bump keys.
Some cheap padlocks can be opened in a couple seconds using the jiggle method and as always, practice makes perfect.
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on Wed Mar 16, 2011 1:09 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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