SouthOrd Tubular Lockpicks

SouthOrd Tubular Lockpicks

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As the industry leader in stainless steel locksmith tools, SouthOrd has a reputation for providing quality lockpicking tools for government professionals, repo men, Special Ops forces, locksmiths, and hobbyists alike. SouthOrd Tubular Lockpicks are professional grade lockpicks with rubber slip resistant handles and an adjustable tension locking collar Read More

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RayF
26555
Feb 16, 2020
Most uncomfortable IEMs I've ever worn--not recommended!
Charlie2
80
May 12, 2019
I picked up an old Japanese "Slot" machine without a key for its tubular lock. I found a three pack of these lock pics for $20.00 on Ali express.
SDante
110
Aug 14, 2019
Well, I did get the 7, 8 and 10 versions for $20. All Southord, free postage. Pay what you like though.
theonug
273
Feb 21, 2020
url or address to the picks you speak of for $20 please?
IdeaStormer
8
May 12, 2019
So they open up the tubular locks but how to re-key or create a key from the pin depths? I mean we want to open the lock and size out the pins or it this just to open locks which seems super sketchy as previously listed. Then to open tubular locks you can always use the old bic pen cap trick.
McButts
11
Jun 10, 2019
I believe you can check the pin depth of all pins once a lock is picked. From there you would need a key-cutter to actually use that info
SDante
110
Aug 14, 2019
Once it is opened, tighten the pick and it will be clamped at the correct depth. The picks should come with a "depth key" so you can cut one by number.
Jaytal
172
May 12, 2019
totally tubular man
MaximumMark
52
Jan 8, 2019
As far as possible "legal" uses go, how about this example: I found around the corner two bicycles that had been locked to a bike stand and then abandoned for several years - according to the neighborhood's "beat cop", and it kept the stand from being used by anyone else, so one of them being a premium brand (Canondale) I inquired with the PD whether it was considered abandoned (yes) and if it was OK for me to remove them w/o damaging the stand (yes), so these tools would be an alternative to using bolt cutters, hacksaw or having to buy a portable battery-powered grinder (the lock is a substantial cable model). Now I need to pay it a visit to see if it uses this kind of lock because I can't remember ...
Gimme
34
Sep 22, 2018
Friendly reminder that Massdrop's lawyers, while being correct in notating that they can't be held liable for anyone using such tools illegally, whiffed the ball on that owning entry tools is not illegal and in-training individuals would otherwise have no other way to acquire them if it were illegal to own them without some rudimentary-level accreditation (if any even exists in your jurisdiction).
As you will note, various other lockpicking tool kits both here on Massdrop and elsewhere on the internet got that message...
serru
3
Mar 20, 2018
i have both the 7 and the 8 pin pick i was wondering if you guys are ever goning to add the tpxa-10 the 10 pin version
Liam1969
4
Jun 1, 2018
Greetings. I have just recently put the SouthOrd 10-pin Tubular pic online for a new poll of those interested. Please share as well. Thanks.
Liam1969
4
Jun 1, 2018
Greetings. I have just recently put the SouthOrd 10-pin Tubular pic online for a new poll of those interested. Please share as well. Thanks.
ElectroMite
12
Dec 3, 2017
The pictures do a very poor job a presenting the product, so I don't understand how these work XD
Can anyone explain?
GamrCreed
50
Dec 6, 2017
No shame in asking man, I even had to look up how this set worked. Middle knob adjusts tension of pins and pins will adjust to tubular lock pin heights. Here's a video that I think uses this exact set, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulzZ9T2oGPE
Nigz
37
Oct 26, 2017
Mine arrived the other day. Took me a couple of goes to get the feel for it, but I’ve now managed to pick the locks on both of my arcade cabinets! Both had been locked with the doors actually removed and the keys lost in a house move. It meant I couldn’t put the doors back on... Anyway, both have 6 pin tubular locks. Quite an easy job with the 7 pin pick. I have no experience with other tubular lock picks, but for what it’s worth, these seem like a quality product which got the job done easily.
BlueCrowned
5304
Oct 29, 2017
This is a great review because people always ask what you would need these for other than criminal activity, and you've provided an example most people would never think of.
Bakamoichigei
25
Dec 2, 2017
^ This. I'm so sick of seeing "Oh goodie, another Thugdrop." comments every time picks show up in EDC and Hobby communities...
When I got my NEO-GEO cabinet several years ago, the coin door lock had been removed, but the marquee bezel's hadn't... (On a NEO-GEO cab you swap 'mini marquees' to show what games are slotted in the machine, so frequent access to the area behind the marquee is part of normal operation.) So the only way I could open it was to take all the screws out of the bezel... And of course, being a vintage 1991 cabinet made with materials from the lowest bidder, the particle board around the screws disintegrated. :(
There's plenty of perfectly legitimate reasons to own lock picks, even if you "refuse to believe that locksport is a thing."
Soko
224
Apr 28, 2017
I'm gonna use this to open up a some doors!
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