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Action Packed Interview With a Master Auto-Locksmith

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Action Packed Interview With a Master Auto-Locksmith

Action Packed Interview With a Master Auto-Locksmith Tricks of the Trade Bypassing Secrets Car Locks  Explained Newest Lishi Developments Exposed The Future of Auto Lock Picking Hello! Most lock pickers don't go anywhere near picking auto-locks (car locks) since they tend to spend their time on the never ending, and endlessly frustrating selection of pin-cylinders.  But recently Lishi, who have traditionally made tools for auto-locksmiths have been releasing picks for domestic locks such as Schlage and Kwikset, which use much the same techniques and style of tool they use for auto-locks. YouTube Lock Picker LockPickingLawyer demonstrating the LISHI HU92 2 in...

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Lock Picking in a Time of Crisis - Back to the present.

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Lock Picking in a Time of Crisis - Back to the present.

Hello lock pickers, It's a funny old game, life! The top three quotes about life on a whopping list of 150 are as follows: 1. “The purpose of our lives is to be happy.” — Dalai Lama 2. “Life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans.” — John Lennon 3. “Get busy living or get busy dying.” — Stephen King Which if we were to condense into one SuperQuote™ would read something like this.... "Get busy being happy when you're not making other plans"   Which is actually good advice, since what it's really saying is 'Life happens now'.   The Dalai...

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Are Progressive Locks any good?

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Are Progressive Locks any good?

Locks are a progressive disease Let’s get straight into this. Progressive locks are a set of locks pinned with 2, 3, 4, and 5 pins. You learn to pick the 2 pin lock, then the 3 pin lock, then keep going until you’ve picked the 5 pin lock and Boom – you’re a lock picker! There you go – happy days. Or not. So the question is – are they any good, are they worth getting? Well first of all there’s the cost. You’re looking at about $50 for a set of half decent progressive locks. If you know how...

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What is a Master Key?

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What is a Master Key?

Master Key systems allow a single key to open many individual locks within a group that have their own individual keys.

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Happy Christmas....I'll let myself in...

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Happy Christmas....I'll let myself in...

Using all manner of weird and wonderful techniques, you can walk through walls!

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