lock picking beginners lesson

edited January 29 in Survival Skills
You will need a pick and a tension wrench.
Art is of the inside of the unlocked lock

____________
//_ //_//_// <pins up
-_-_--_--_- <keyhole

___________
//--//--//--// <locked pins
_-_-_-_-_-_ < keyhole

The idea of the tension wrench is to keep enough spin tension on the barrel/keyhole that the pins don't drop back down as you rake your pick across it.

To much tension and the pins will just lock in the position they are currently in and will be unable to unlock until you release some tension.

Now what does it mean to rake ?
It is one of the easier pick methods.
when you out the pick all the way into the lock and rake back on the pins like you are rakeing leaf upside down.

Now keep practicing. Practice makes perfect in this art.

Practice on padlocks before moving up to door locks.

More lessons to come...
Feel free to ask questions.
Printf (" noob soldering I politely say "you are using the wrong type of solder you need electrical solder " noob stares at me ");
echo ' noob then snaps "I'm a pro I know what I'm doing" .br/> ';
/*
I know the . is not meant to be there
*/
Pringln (" I wait till he finishes his board and goes to test it and it doesn't work... Maybe next time he will take advice or at least check his solder wasn't acid ");

Comments

  • DfgDfg Admin
    I just use hammer it works sometimes :(
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  • bornkillerbornkiller Administrator In your girlfriends snatch
    I tried it a couple of times and managed a success rate of roughly 1 out of 5, that's after a bit of practice, and with a budget padlock. ........ My final evaluation .......... I suck @ it.
  • Dfg;254760" said:
    I just use hammer it works sometimes :(
    Problem is using a hammer can be noisy if trying to be quiet

    It also is a lot harder to hide than a pick and tension wrench/bar

    Also if you do not wish to damage the lock your shit outta luck with the hammer.
    bornkiller;254761" said:
    I tried it a couple of times and managed a success rate of roughly 1 out of 5, that's after a bit of practice, and with a budget padlock. ........ My final evaluation .......... I suck @ it.
    Haha I will teach you a easy trick with budget locks.

    Shove your pick in nice and deep until you hit the end and still with some force wiggle it around the lock should pop open strait away.

    trust me man at least you got one out of 5.

    I know I few professionals that when first started got maybe 1 out of ten.

    Now they can pick a door lock in less than 30 seconds.

    Just practice practice practice.
    While your watching tv anything.

    What sort of picks do you have?
    How long have you been practising roughly?

    Printf (" noob soldering I politely say "you are using the wrong type of solder you need electrical solder " noob stares at me ");
    echo ' noob then snaps "I'm a pro I know what I'm doing" .br/> ';
    /*
    I know the . is not meant to be there
    */
    Pringln (" I wait till he finishes his board and goes to test it and it doesn't work... Maybe next time he will take advice or at least check his solder wasn't acid ");

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