Skill-Builder Lockpicking Training Kit
Skill-Builder Lockpicking Training Kit
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Combining a host of popular items from the world of lockpicking, this kit is a thorough starting point for anyone interested in the field. The beauty of the kit is that it allows you to learn at your own pace Read More

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Tom_6574
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Mar 25, 2020
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Sites need to quit selling lockpicking kits. That's all we need is more people working their way into peoples homes.
Mar 25, 2020
Admin.Drop
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Mar 25, 2020
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Have a cry?
Mar 25, 2020
RSBDeprecated
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Mar 27, 2020
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That is a really stupid idea
Mar 27, 2020
SCIFIcrab
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Oct 6, 2019
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Why does Massdrop have so many of these trash "lockpicking" kits Also, like I have said before you can buy tons of real practice locks on ebay for cents each
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Oct 6, 2019
SCIFIcrab
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Mar 25, 2020
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I can see how drop is more into selling fashion products rather than being a tool shop or an audio store. Massdrop was more like those though...
Mar 25, 2020
metis
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Mar 26, 2020
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Yeah, I miss the community sourcing and getting custom builds of things that the mfg wouldn't normally run, but I get that they make more money as a more traditional retailer, particularly of boutique stuff sold to people who don't know what "bespoke" means.
Mar 26, 2020
Bobraz
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Oct 5, 2019
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I really don’t understand « the world of lockpicking » as a hobby, and I’m a pretty liberal guy with several hobbies under the belt. I guess this is seen as elaborate puzzles? But to be honest, it’s also a way for would-be thieves to train, right?
Oct 5, 2019
metis
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Dec 16, 2019
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@Bobraz, since you apparently don't practice locksport, it's understandable that you wouldn't understand how it might apply. I'm not too far into network security, so I'm not the best person to assess what higher levels of it might be a good analogue for. I know just enough about it to torment my IT department to help them manage interactions and permissions with the design technology I wrangle, and have been hanging out with infosec and physical security folks while picking locks for a couple of decades. Locks aren't necessarily quite as simple as they seem, and locksport isn't just simple picking of common locks, just like knitting isn't just pretty colored socks, but can be some amazing cabled sweaters or sculptural Cthulu ball gowns. Methods of picking master keyed SFIC locks to their control core are a pretty great physical analogy to bypassing multiple levels of interconnected physical or network security. Any one piece of the puzzle won't get you access, and could render the lock inoperable (and the intrusion detected, or just the system broken) but using the right tools and patience it's not too difficult. Using the locks own interconnected security "features" against each other will get you full root access (you can not only access the room, but entirely rebuild the lock so that you always have access, but the user and admin keys will still work as normal), instead of the basic single user permissions that can't change anything. That's well beyond the stuff in this overpriced kit, but not out of the realm of most hobbiests if they're willing to spend another ~$15 on specific tools or some time to make it themselves. Similarly, understanding that a lock itself is rarely the easiest way to gain access is not dissimilar to understanding that port scanning can help you find unsecured entry methods. Brute forcing one password isn't usually the easiest way in (but can be). In more practical terms, huge parts of red team security practice come out of locksport and locksmithing or have been studied in locksport as security issues to be assessed, expanded on and dealt with. There's a reason that there are a lot of talks on lock picking at DefCon and Black Hat.
Dec 16, 2019
RSBDeprecated
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Mar 27, 2020
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@Bobraz Then maybe putting it into your world would help, we should all be using WEP because only criminals would try to crack it, only criminals are into cryptography. Do you have something to hide? Why do you, a civilian need end to end encryption unless you are hiding something, why would you need to peer review the claims made by the people selling encryption software
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Mar 27, 2020
SDante
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Apr 17, 2019
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Got deep pockets? This will help anyone who wants a beginners understanding of one of the hundreds of common lock types, sometimes used in the US, for very low security.
Apr 17, 2019
iostreamz314
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Apr 16, 2019
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Does the stand need to be bolted down to be useful or can it be free standing ?
Apr 16, 2019
ruggles
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Mar 10, 2019
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Thattguy
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Mar 12, 2019
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mhip
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Dec 13, 2018
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Work the lock, don't look at the dogs...
Dec 13, 2018
Caponr
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Oct 7, 2019
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Oh. My. God!
Oct 7, 2019
SAB1971
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May 3, 2018
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I purchased the previous drop CyclopsPlus Lockpicking Practice Kit, does the vendor sell the progressive locks in Canada, if so where can I find them? I did find a site that sell this set of locks but they don't mail it to Canada, but interestingly this kit can be ship to Canada.
May 3, 2018
tlpc
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Oct 8, 2019
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try Sparrows Lockpicks https://www.sparrowslockpicks.ca/ - they have a set of progressive locks, as well as "the revolver" which is 4 locks in one body for practice. Grab the "refill" repining kit as well for many more practice sessions.
Oct 8, 2019
Zenon
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Feb 22, 2018
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"At checkout, choose between Kwikset and Schlage keyway." The description mentions that the Kwikset is easier to start with than the Schlage, but that seems like an oversimplification. What are these and what are the differences here? I can see they're two different companies, but are they completely different to pick? Is one more common than the other?
Feb 22, 2018
metis
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Feb 27, 2018
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Assuming these are KW1 and SC1 keyways, and pinned within manufacturer MACS, both have pretty standard warding. Yes, the KW1 keyway is more open, but as Kwicksets are made to looser tolerances (makes them less reliable in picking behavior), and very few non-Smartkey locks are made by Kwickset anymore their utility as practice locks is much lower.
If the Schlage's are J's or L's they're significantly harder to work in.
Feb 27, 2018
metis
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Feb 27, 2018
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It depends on the core, how they're pinned, the quality of the pins used, and which keyway they are (really more for the Schlage than the Kwikset)
You can get all of the useful parts for this cheaper. If you want to spend the money, get the Schlage, but I can't recommend it.
Feb 27, 2018
metis
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Feb 22, 2018
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Retail pricing: $30 pick set $50 KIK core set (with cutaway) $10 2 more KIK cores with security pins
That's a $60 stand? You've got to be kidding.
Feb 22, 2018
Tango48
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May 2, 2018
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May 2, 2018
metis
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May 2, 2018
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or you could get a similar vise on Amazon for $35
May 2, 2018
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