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Advanced 9-Piece Set Lock Picks £3.85 @ DX

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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Advanced 9-Piece Set Lock Picks there $5.71, i just used googled to convert may not be spot on. Anyway i bought some of these and recieved them last week, There well made for £4 and ive been practicing with padlock. Really fun to picklock, loads of tutorials on google. Proper good feeling of achievement when u pick a lock.
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#1
your post and your pic defo fit the bill
#2
xD lol ty
#3
I was tempted (with fun and learning in mind, not illegal use - go look elsewhere Mail readers).
But most of the reviews list poor metal quality and the tension wench is to big for most. I know not to expect much for the price and for a learner set but still ....
#4
I'm sure all intentions are good.
Maybe sellers could list all their buyer, so others can choose more carefully where to buy their houses
#5
Buy this and everything else on HotUKDeals is free.
#6
Where do you leave them when not in use? In the house? Hmmmm?
#7
stefone;8847919
your post and your pic defo fit the bill

+1:thumbsup:
#8
I had this set to play with and they aren't that bad at all, for a better torsion wrench use the metal insert from an old wiper blade snip about 6 inches off and bend from one end about an inch in at 90 degrees, its surprisingly easy to pick a lot of locks, makes you rethink security, I also have the pick gun from there and trust me Yale locks and euro locks (as found on most "high security" household doors) are a breeze, locksport is quite addictive its like advanced puzzles to me. You need to get a feel for the springs and pins first then its a doddle, however they do say its something you can either do or not with very little middle ground.


For quick and dirty lock bypass look at bump keys.
#9
harlzter
For quick and dirty lock bypass look at bump keys.


For a quicker, dirtier and cheaper option - just use a size 12 boot! :roll:

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