Your Guide to Lock Bumping and bump key help, and why you should just pick the lock with the help of this guide. Below is a complete Overview on this Bump Keys Bump keys mainly used by locksmith to save time especially in emergency lockouts it can be the 1st procedure to unlock door. They… Continue reading 2021 Bump Key | Bumping Locks Guide & Techniques
Want to open a combination lock? Well, these are tricky indeed. You might not think so with movies like James Bond, and the Italian Job, but it is nearly impossible to be able to listen and feel which numbers are the combination. The good news is that most of these locks including Master combination locks… Continue reading How to Open a Combination Locks?
Picking a barrel lock / tubular lock is practically different but theoretically somehow same as pin tumbler lock picking. Anyway, as with any type of lock, to understand how to pick a barrel lock with its lock pick, you have to understand how the key to a tubular or barrel lock works. They are… Continue reading 2020 Barrel Lock Picking Guide | aka Tubular Locks & Vending Machine Lock
Pin tumbler lock picking is relatively easy, even with homemade lock picks. Most pin tumbler locks have four or five pins. These types of locks include most padlocks which are not combination, deadbolts, doorknob locks, and cars, which usually have double sided pin tumbler locks. These locks offer the best security for their price, but,… Continue reading Pin tumbler lock picking
In 2020 there is a variety of locks in market so choosing the right tool to pick a lock will make the job much easier & less time consuming. Some Locks picks looks much likely same but this guide will be a basic key in differentiating them. Basic Lock pick types mentioned below are mostly… Continue reading How to Use Different Types of Lock Picks
Picking locks & Locksmithng is more of an art form than a science, and like all art forms it is difficult to teach. But unlike most art forms, you don’t need any innate ability or genius to become really good. You could be the next Di Vinci (or at least Jackson Pollack) of lock picking.… Continue reading Practice Matters in Picking Locks So be patient!