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Rise of The Lock Pickers!

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Rise of The Lock Pickers!

Hello Lock Pickers. Without doubt it's a strange and endlessly fascinating thing we do. Have you ever told someone and them not be immediately curious? I mean, I don't expect everyone to be interested in what I'm interested in, but when you tell someone or a group you are a lock picker - it never fails to pique the interest of pretty much everyone. And it's not surprising. Locks hold a particularly high place in our cultures. They protect our property. They keep us and our families safe. They mark the moment between public and private and provide a barrier...

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How to pick a lock - as slowly as possible.

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How to pick a lock - as slowly as possible.

Hello Lock Pickers Happy Valentine's Day! If like me romance is something you only see in the movies or your long lost past, worry not, for here at Lock Pick World we have brought a bit of spice into your life and even - remarkably - managed to combine it with lock picking! Believe me, that's no easy task. The obvious option would have been the  'love-lock' bridges, where lovers write sweet nothings onto a padlock, clip it onto the fence on a bridge, then cast the keys into the eternity of the water below, only for them to fall...

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Beginners guide to using Electric Lock Picking Guns (EPGs)

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Beginners guide to using Electric Lock Picking Guns (EPGs)

  Beginners Guide to Electric Lock Picking Guns (EPGs)   The Multipick KRONOS - the KING of all EPGs.    The Electric Pick Gun, (EPG) is one of the most well known of all lock picking tools. An improvement of the manual ‘snap-gun’ (originally designed for US police forces requiring a simple, non-destructive tool that requires little training or practice) the EPG provides an easy to use solution to those needing frequent non-destructive opening of locks. The Brockhage Manual Pick Gun. Although not as successful or quick as an EPG, never needs charging and always good to have one at...

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