Posted by Chris Dangerfield on Jan 04, 2024
How to Repin Your Dangerfield Repinnable Lock Here's a more detailed guide to repin your Dangerfield Repinnable + Cut-Away Practice Lock: If you have a pinning mat, use that, if not, a piece of corrugated cardboard is perfect. Tear one side off so you have a piece about the size of a credit card (or bigger) and you have vertically running grooves. If you want, you can mark some 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 to correspond to each of your pin chambers. This will just prevent you from losing springs, pins, etc. Making the whole process easier. There...
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Posted by Chris Dangerfield on Jun 04, 2023
Train Your Brain - Learn How to Pick Locks Research Shows Learning How to Pick Locks Could Improve Brain Function Groundbreaking research reveals the astounding cognitive benefits experienced by those who delve into the captivating world of puzzle solving, like crosswords. Yet, if you consider lock picking as a puzzle, with each new lock a new set of problems to solve, it's no wonder people get hooked after they open their first lock. Picture yourself with a sharper mind, enhanced memory, and improved problem-solving skills, all from the comfort of your own home, armchair, cup of tea, pint of gin, etc......
Posted by Chris Dangerfield on Oct 06, 2022
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