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The Magic Wands of Lock Picking

Posted by Chris Dangerfield on

Hello Agent X

Raking is a lock picking technique that takes the work and effort out of single pin picking. Rather than deal with all the pins individually, Raking works them all simultaneously, meaning it's ideal for beginners, and will get results, fast.

The 20 'raking patterns' of our Wave Rakes

As with normal lock picking the tension wrench is inserted first, and a little (very light) pressure applied. This causes a little 'ledge' to appear inside the lock. We call this the 'shearline'. Lock Picking relies on getting the split pins in the lock to rest on the shearline.

Our 'PRAXIS' set has many dedicated Rakes.

Once the tension tool is inserted with a small amount of pressure, the rake is inserted. From there, there's a variety of ways of 'raking' the lock. In the video below I look at two of the many Raking techniques available.

My favourite - Wriggler Rakes opening a lock.

In a future blog I'll look at some other raking techniques, but in the meantime don't be afraid to experiment yourself. With a set of rakes and some locks you'll be surprised how quickly you can become excellent!

 Watch these two Raking techniques, and give it a go!

 

 

 

Our new, and incredible Octo Rake.

Now the best bit – we have a load of AMAZING NEW RAKES. On top of our usual range of rakes, we’ve added some of the most successful and simple to use rakes I have ever seen. I have linked you to a few below, and if you’re quick, you’ll get them at our CURRENT SALE prices. We can’t keep them this low forever though, so maybe have a look – quick, no one’s looking, treat yourself.....

 

You can see ALL of our Rakes in one section, HERE. Or...

Here's some individual rakes....

Octo Rake

Worm Rake

Sandman

And here'a a few of my personal favourite rake sets....

High Tech Rakes

Wave Rakes

Pagodas

Bogotas

Sohos

Kwick Pick

Best of luck, stay legal, have fun and open locks!

Chris Dangerfield

 


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