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JayGrym wrote

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JayGrym wrote

Yeah, I bought them to learn different locks. I learned how to pick with a paperclip and a metal penclip. Cheapest option I've used by far lol

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Spudnuts wrote

Decent replies here, but go on YouTubee and look up: The lock picking lawyer.

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sudo wrote

Also OP, in case you're in a place where it's illegal to buy or own lock picks, you can make your own somewhat easily. Here's how.

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Boostinyall wrote

I got into lock picking a couple months ago. Cost me ZERO dollars to get into. Made all my tools from the under wire off a bra and windshield wipers. Good info on making tools out there. I intended to buy a set but I feel like I've gained a lot of skill from using probably less then optimal tools. Picking locks is HELLA SATISFYING. I stuck rn on a Brinks 40mm which only has 4 pins but 3 of them are spools and its "pick resistant". I see dudes on you tube popping them in <30 seconds, but those dudes been doing this shit for a decade+ so I feel so bad. Gonna crack this fucker one of these days. Hardest thing for me was understanding just how little tension to be using. Check out Bosnian bill and lockpicking lawyer on you tube.

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