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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RTLyons
Jul 11, 2020
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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
Jul 11, 2020
Mordrid
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Jul 17, 2020
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I'm a mechanic by trade (automotive, diesel engines and USMC 6132 Helicopter/Tiltrotor Mechanic) and I have been fascinated with mechanical puzzles, teardowns/reassembly, and just tinkering my whole life. This kit to me is a perfect answer for the rainy Sunday afternoon, fiddling, learning and accomplishing. This is my 2nd locksmith kit I've purchased (other was not from Drop), the other was acrylic transparent lock housing so you can see each tumbler. That kits worn out from overuse while trying to learn, thus a replacement. I can see why some people would be "concerned" about a kit like this one. Immediately seeing worse case scenarios, again understandable. Sadly we live in a world where just about EVERYTHING when in the wrong hands can cause harm, fear or concern from other people. For instance a car, normally just everyday transport. In the wrong hands it's now a 2 ton speeding bringer of deletion, all the "spy stuff" available for sale across the net (RF decoders/memorizers for cars/garage doors/alarms, spy cams, listening devices and so on....), ultra sensitive listening devices, skilled programmer creating malware/hacks, Twitter leaving admin tools "semi safe". Just about everything in this world in some way or form, when in the hands of bad people will often do bad things. Sadly its part of human nature, always has and sadly always will be. Yes I do understand the concern some may have. My answer to that is - So is almost everything else. From a PC, kitchen knife, someone who has a cough, someone who found Twitter admin tools, someone who stole a dump truck to perform "mass deletions", someone using a school bus for suicide (story from China, very sad). Our world is full of tools, bad hearts, greed, hate and the desire for power or end personal suffering. Humans have and will continue to use every tool available in order to achieve their personal "goals", we can't stop that. Nor can we stop items/products that people buy, because those who want it for their bad thoughts/actions will just find another way to get it. Best example I have for that: Guns, no matter the laws or restrictions bad folks get what they want if they can afford it/delete the person who has it so they can take it. I had no intention of going philosophical here.... I respect your opinion and your right to share it! I am only sharing mine. Since we all have different experiences in life that cause us all to have different opinions about things, that's totally normal. It's critical we share the ideas and opinions we have, that way we see each person's reasoning and hear their opinion. A quote on my workbench to remind me to LEARN something (why I like bettering skills/tinkering/history/reading): "The one who graduates today and stops learning tomorrow is uneducated the day after" Reminds me to keep an open mind, to learn from experience or from someone else. Life is nothing but a very long, confusing, at times painful lesson. Be safe, be YOU, respect others and always try to learn something new.
Jul 17, 2020
RayF
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Jul 17, 2020
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Jul 17, 2020
SDante
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Apr 27, 2020
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Talks about being for impressioning too, then it includes none of the tools you need for impressioning.
Apr 27, 2020
SDante
92
May 1, 2020
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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.
May 1, 2020
SDante
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May 1, 2020
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And like you say, it doesn't even include a simple file. None of the tools are included.
May 1, 2020
RayF
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Jan 24, 2020
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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!"
Jan 24, 2020
iostreamz314
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Apr 24, 2019
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Does this base need to be bolted down to be useful or can it be used freestanding without tilting or falling over ?
Apr 24, 2019
Dactam
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Apr 30, 2020
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it can be used freestanding. you will always have your left hand on it for tension anyways.
Apr 30, 2020
SDante
92
Apr 20, 2019
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Simple locks, simple keyways, stainless instated is of spring steel, limited instruction. Not worth spending money on.
Apr 20, 2019
Rjcobra
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Nov 9, 2018
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Has anyone ordered this in drop in Canada and run into any issues?
Nov 9, 2018
RayF
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Jan 24, 2020
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Only if you call the RCMP, "issues"!
Jan 24, 2020
JackNathan89
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Nov 8, 2018
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I just wave my hand and say "Open Sesame!". Works every time. You just have to practice your voice a little.
Nov 8, 2018
sbrice715
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Mar 23, 2018
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Can the seller or anyone else comment on the stand - will it fit a wide range of locks, or only the included types?
Mar 23, 2018
GSRENT-SUPPLIES
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Mar 23, 2018
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From the seller: Thank you for question, I can help. Here is a list of the lock cylinders types that we have verified work in this stand:
mortise cylinders rim cylinders (standard diameter) cam locks KIK (key in knob) style cylinders, both standard and larger format such as Yale YGA European profile cylinders Small I/Core cylinders Large I/Core cylinders Cylinders out of Kwikset 660 and 880 series (with spin collar removed) Cylinders out of older Schlage B series deadbolts (with spin collar removed) MT-5 Mul-T-Lock Hercular cylinders
This is by no means the only cylinders that will fit. Basically, any cylinder with a maximum diameter of 1-5/16" will fit in the larger port. The lower port is perfect for KIK, cam locks, IC large and small. Hope this is of help!
Mar 23, 2018
GSRenterprises
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GSRenterprises
Dec 6, 2017
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From the seller: Most assuredly, yes, this is one of the best "starter" kits that we've ever put together because it includes several of the most common lock types, two of the most often encountered keyways (Kwikset and Schlage), and a rigid, strong stand that is perfect for the practice of three different, but related, lock skills. The locks are pinned with moderately difficult combinations so practice presents just the right level of challenge to keep a beginner on his/her toes but that will allow progression to a high skill level if they stick with it. We also include bountiful instructive information.
Dec 6, 2017
GamrCreed
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Dec 6, 2017
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can anyone tell me if this is would be solid set for just beginners or if it would work for a professional locksmith as well? I was looking to buy this as a training set for my buddies employees but when they're not training they'd want to be able to use them day to day. Needless to say are these worth it or should I hold off for a better set?
Dec 6, 2017
hh3k0
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Apr 24, 2019
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Any recommendation for better picks?
Apr 24, 2019
sickopsycho
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May 1, 2020
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From the post the you replied to... "the metal is not a good spring/government steel like Sparrows or Peterson" So I'm guessing Sparrow or Peterson would be the brands that are better.
May 1, 2020
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