Pro-Maker Deluxe Lockpicking Practice Kit
Pro-Maker Deluxe Lockpicking Practice Kit
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Whether you’re impressioning, picking, bumping, or just learning the tricks of the trade, this kit has more than enough to facilitate it. Combining a handful of lockpicking standbys, it’s suitable for beginners and those with more experience in the field Read More

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Zwack
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Sep 26, 2020
This kit consists of... 4 practice locks A practice stand A bump hammer Bump keys A set of lockpicks Some key blanks Some PDFs The key blanks are useless for impressioning without additional equipment (file, magnifier, light, clamp) The stand looks good but I don't use a stand and have a vice which is more useful. The pick set is ok, but you can do better for relatively little money. The bump hammer and keys are probably fine, but this is a low skill attack. The practice locks are OK but you would be better off with something you can repin more easily so you could progressively pin it while you are learning and then keep repinning it in different ways. I can't comment on the PDFs without reading them but a lot of the information is available online for free including several books and tutorials on the subject. For what you get in the bundle this is a decent value but I would start with a practice lock or two and a small set from a better quality company and online resources. Then you can decide if you want to expand, and how... Impressioning, combination lock manipulation, bypasses, raking, single pin picking, cylindrical locks, disc detainers, wafer locks...
Mikie2501
2
Aug 19, 2020
Holy cow, reading all the comments below and the politics people have on the subject, wow! I have a small lockpick set that I bought at a swap meet years ago, basically a half dozen picks and a few pressure levers to use with them. The guy that had the table and was selling them was doing demonstrations on how to open different padlocks, it caught my attention immediately! After watching for a bit I sat down and tried with him instructing me, after a short bit I got the hang of it and could get a simple lock easily and a MasterLock with a bit more time. Really cool! I bought the set, it was pretty cheap too, but the tools weren't high quality steel or anything. I had a few locks at the house that I wanted open but had lost the keys to. One was in the tongue of a small flatbed trailer that I hadn't used in years. I knew I had the keys for it *somewhere* and knew they would show up the moment I cut off the old lock, hehe. Another, where is that key!, Was on the end of a chain. Didn't really have to remove it since it wasn't in the way, but it was fun to pick! I've used them for myself and once helping a friend, so maybe three real world uses over fifteen years. In my friends case it was either me or her would have had to pay a locksmith because the padlock was used in a cut proof shackle on a storage door, so bolt cutters wouldn't work. Got a six-pack of beer for that job! Woohoo! Otherwise it's just fun to play with. I once took several locks with me while we were going somewhere on vacation, killed some time and had fun sitting in the passenger seat trying to pick locks while the car bumped up and down on the road! Heh They have their place as a fun hobby if you like to challenge yourself with dozens or hundreds of different types of locks, if that's your thing and you have three budget to buy the locks, hehe! Check out some of the big lock picking YouTube channels! And occasionally helpful for yourself and friends
Mottxd
4
Aug 19, 2020
Do NOT buy this. Southord products are cheap chinese garbage.
alysdexia
36
Aug 18, 2020
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FFFreak
0
Aug 18, 2020
Also, if you start venturing in to the real world (or just playing around your house) - NEVER use a bump key on a "smartkey" type lock - they have internal levers and the shock of the mallet can break those levers - if the door was locked you will have to drill it out - and there are typically metal balls in the upper cylinder path - so you might break a drill bit or two. Trying to drive home the point of "don't do it."
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YupNeck
79
Aug 17, 2020
What's a "CD"!?! LOL!! How about a thumb drive or a link to download the info instead?! How the heck am I gonna play a CD? Sigh...
RTLyons
Jul 11, 2020
What's next, a chloroform and duct tape kit. If you're not a locksmith, how many people need to pick locks It may be legal to buy them, in some places, but I believe in most places carrying a lock pick is illegal
Zwack
31
Sep 26, 2020
In the US check https://toool.us/laws.html for a summary of every state's laws. In most states carrying lockpicks is legal. Most crimes are not committed by people picking locks, but by breaking windows/doors or people leaving them open/unlocked. Why would I waste a few minutes picking a lock when I can break in quicker? If you are going to steal you aren't going to worry about damaging a window or door. Lockpicking is a mental and physical challenge for those of us who are not professional locksmiths. Your attitude seems to be similar to that of some of the professional locksmith websites who won't sell tools to you if you aren't a "licensed" locksmith. The same tools are available from other sites without those restrictions, all those restrictions do is keep the honest from purchasing from them. The rest will either make their own/buy it elsewhere/lie in order to make the purchase.
alysdexia
36
Dec 19, 2020
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SDante
108
Apr 27, 2020
Talks about being for impressioning too, then it includes none of the tools you need for impressioning.
SDante
108
May 1, 2020
A no Swiss pippin file, a loupe or a magnifying glass, a key clamp, a profiler and a 10mm dial caliper. Then all you need is the knowledge of spacing and depth, how do discern true marks from false, etc. The blanks really are a very minor part, aluminium blanks are a lot easier for learning too.
SDante
108
May 1, 2020
And like you say, it doesn't even include a simple file. None of the tools are included.
RayF
24985
Jan 24, 2020
Music to pick locks by: " 'Cause if they catch you in the back seat
Trying to pick her locks
They're gonna send you back to mother
In a cardboard box
You better run!"
iostreamz314
1
Apr 24, 2019
Does this base need to be bolted down to be useful or can it be used freestanding without tilting or falling over ?
Dactam
0
Apr 30, 2020
it can be used freestanding. you will always have your left hand on it for tension anyways.
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