EZ Rekey 6-Pin Practice Locks
EZ Rekey 6-Pin Practice Locks
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A great way to practice your lockpicking skills, and to help understand how a lock functions, this six-pin lock offers thousands of possible pin combos. It requires no tools and no previous experience: All you need to do is grab a lockpicking set and start cracking it open Read More

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SDante
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Dec 27, 2018
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Get some old door locks and make a few. Mount one to some timber to practice bumping. Pins are something you make yourself, especially all the security pins. Make an anti-bump pin too. These practice locks should only take less than a minute, they are easy as wafer locks. Everyone has to start somewhere, but start by learning to make tools and using them on discarded locks.
Dec 27, 2018
ybco
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Dec 27, 2018
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One of the images shows security pins alongside the product. Is it safe to assume that the security pins are included with the lock?
Dec 27, 2018
XenoMuse
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Feb 23, 2019
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It is never safe to assume.
Feb 23, 2019
XenoMuse
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Feb 23, 2019
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It does say extra pins are included, but it does not clarify if these are plain or security in any fashion.
Feb 23, 2019
Marodir
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Dec 25, 2018
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Would be nice with a frontal photo to show both the available keyways.
Dec 25, 2018
octavecat
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Feb 24, 2018
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Feb 24, 2018
demollator
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Feb 12, 2018
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I was fiddeling aroud with lockpicking for several years now without much success. However - with this lock I learned it last year. Just start with 2 Pins, then 3, 4 and - after a week or so you will pick the lock with all pins. Great fun! Of course you need some (slim) picks. The commonly offered pick sets include mostly too big ones.
Feb 12, 2018
SDante
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Dec 27, 2018
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How are you with overlifting, warded locks, bilocks, tibbies, dimples, impressioning, and things like that?
Dec 27, 2018
Rychard
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Nov 26, 2017
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Why would anybody sell a kit that helps people to practise picking locks?? Bizarre in the extreme. Any authorities that "need" to would have the resources anyway. Never seen this before. Can only be of interest to aspiring criminals..
Nov 26, 2017
izHuNu
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Feb 28, 2019
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I'll Be honest, I'm a noob. I Taught myself to pick a lock during downtime as a lifeguard. But what you said sounded like another language. A YouTube video titled, "Deter any lock pick with this cheap easy trick." Would br GREAT. To answer your question, I have no idea what, " cut position 6 pin to a 1 or 0" means. I decided every man should own a proper lock picking set and was considering the , "Southord pocket pen pick set". But I recommendations from the masters always valued!!!
Feb 28, 2019
SDante
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Feb 28, 2019
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A key has several cuts, one for each pin. Most of the time there are 6 different depths possible for each cut and every cut allows the pins to lift to the correct position. There are usually between 5 and 7 pins, unless it's a disc lock, which takes extra skill. You number the pins, 12345 from the head, then number the depth of the cuts, so maybe go 13542, 1=1 2=3 3=5 4=5, you have the key mapped. The best picks are made, not bought. Street sweeper bristles are excellent and often lay in the gutter, they're spring steel and are easily shaped. Piano wire or guitar strings work too, especially on safes and disc locks. I don't have a video link sorry, but you should look at a technique called impressioning. It will give you a key, not simply unlock the lock. Get yourself a copy of Greg Miller's book if you can find it. You also have bilocks, medeco locks, dimple locks, disc locks, lever locks, warded locks, Brink's function locks,... A simple pin and tumbler can be jiggled open most of the time. Just keep practising and use whatever tool works best for you.
Feb 28, 2019
mpechner
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Sep 6, 2017
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Seller beware. Friend dropped off massdrop orders on date promised. Postoffice did not scan for a day. On a $17 item, massdrop is charging him $10 per item because the postoffice scanned the items the next day. He will never sell through massdrop again.
Sep 6, 2017
uns211
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Aug 27, 2017
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For those who cannot tell the difference, the KW (Kwikset) is on the left and the SC (Schlage) is on the right. Could use a labeled picture with the keyways.
Aug 27, 2017
GSRenterprises
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GSRenterprises
May 28, 2017
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From the Seller: Just want to clear up some confusion on this drop. The note about only offering SC was for a previous incarnation of this item. THIS drop offers both SC and KW, as well as your choice of cutaway or standard. You make your choice of options at checkout.
May 28, 2017
JonasHeineman
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Apr 26, 2017
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Hey everyone -- quick note that we're only offering SC on this drop, we'll try to make KW available for future drops.
Apr 26, 2017
unseenvision
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May 1, 2017
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What is SC and KW?
May 1, 2017
GSRenterprises
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GSRenterprises
May 1, 2017
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SC stands for Schlage and KW stands for Kwikset. The locks in this drop have the SC keyway, which is a little harder to pick than the KW keyway (for most people).
May 1, 2017
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