SouthOrd Full Line Lockpick Sets

SouthOrd Full Line Lockpick Sets

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As the industry leader in stainless steel locksmith tools for professionals, SouthOrd has a reputation for providing quality lockpicking tools for government professionals, repo men, Special Ops forces, locksmiths, and hobbyists alike Read More

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GTFODeathknight
138
May 19, 2020
Does it comes with a Red Bull can ?
SDante
110
May 17, 2020
The majority of the picks are useless, there are limited wrenches and the "slim" version is quite thick at 0.023 rather than the 0.015 which is normal for slim. The case is poorly made and it's overall over priced too.
33ww
22
May 18, 2020
Who needs to "EDC" a lock pick set?
SDante
110
May 18, 2020
I have a small set for when I forget my key or someone needs to open something. It was a bonus from an order from Sparrows one time. 8 picks, 6 wrenches, all in a tiny pouch that fits unobtrusively on your belt. So, people who are adept as using a pick are the ones who EDC them, people who aren't, won't.
PZev
70
Aug 9, 2019
What type of steel alloy are these made out of?
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jimitee
2
May 26, 2019
SDante
110
Mar 29, 2019
Not a single bypass tool in this set. Just a lot of picks that you mostly won't find useful
cledry
77
Mar 28, 2019
You will never use 90% of these. I am a locksmith with 35 years experience and I use about 4 picks regularly and the tension wrenches I either make from wiper inserts or I use Peterson rigid bars for top of keyway picking. I don't know too many locksmiths using Southord so cannot comment. I prefer HPCs more expensive stainless line of picks and polish the crap out of them to take of the sharp edges. This is the set I bought just because they are pretty. I don't use this set, I just look at them. I am going to ditch the tension wrenches and make stainless ones.
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swatdoggy
88
Feb 8, 2020
do you have pictures of what you actually use?
cledry
77
Feb 9, 2020
I will snap a photo tomorrow.
Benzo
369
Jun 27, 2018
Can anyone that received this set comment on the quality and value? Thanks much.
irishdrunk
1
Jan 27, 2019
I don’t have this set, but I have the 12 set of Southord. They are high quality hardened steel. This set it a lot of duplicates, and slim picks/European picks. The first 12 in this set is the 12 I have. I did end up buying extra tension wrenches though. Also I didn’t get warded picks. Set is is pretty sweet with extras and case though, price seems worth it. Have a look at pricing on Southord’s site and you’ll see.
mdiu
58
Oct 5, 2017
can this open a modern car locks?
14themoney
1390
Oct 13, 2018
OK
helgi-ingolfs
1
Feb 4, 2019
Why do you ask
zheyangchris
1
Apr 20, 2017
May I know which set is more suitable for south east asia region locks? Or for asia countries like China, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore?
janome
16
Nov 11, 2017
most chinese locks are dimple locks so i would get a dimple set. this set is good for most american and euro locks or anything with an "up and down" kayway
warchyld67
Feb 4, 2018
Between the 2 id go with the C6010 @+10$
Lefibonacci
626
Apr 16, 2017
So it all honestly this is a bit much a for somebody that just wants to learn US locks for now, right? although it is a great deal...so tempting.
warchyld67
Feb 6, 2018
mistype its bosniaNbill another one is Lock Noob
14themoney
1390
Oct 13, 2018
My guess is yes.
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