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Your first experience with lockpicking

  • Ffojt Thursday, November 5, 2009 1:21 PM Reply
    My first lock was a padlock and the pick a paperclip, but my firts doorlock was a 5 pin lock. I used 30 minutes to get the pick into the lock properly, then my tension wrench broke off... Took forever to get it out. Then it took three weeks before i got a chance to make a new one. Then I used 30 more minutes to pick it. Now I use 10 minutes...
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  • Gozzo Sunday, June 20, 2010 12:50 AM Reply
    Mate I pick 6 pin locks all the time,just takes a little longer.
    Go klom
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  • minktheshrink Saturday, January 8, 2011 2:57 PM Reply
    I bought my first pick set and it was from another site that was much more expensive. It was a 12 piece set and was spring steel. I raked my front door in under a minute. Then I SPP'd (Single Pin Picked) the door about a week later. Since then I have bought:

    sku.16413 - South Korea KLOM Locks Tool
    sku.16416 - High Quality KLOM 31-Piece Set Hook Lock Picks
    sku.16417 - Advanced 9-Piece Set Lock Picks
    sku.16422 - Double Sided Padlock Picks (4-Piece Set)
    sku.16415 - KLOM Reversing Gun

    Plus many other tools. I have around 100 padlocks and maybe 15 door locks. I still want:

    sku.16427 - 11-Piece Set Lock Quick Opener for Automobile
    sku.17606 - Manual Pick Gun (5-Piece Set)

    I have a youtube channel if anyone wants to see some locks that I have picked.
    Feel free to check out my videos
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