SouthOrd Lockpick School-in-a-Box
Want to hone your skills as a locksmith, learn how to get back into your home after getting locked out, unlock a cool skill, or just train to become a notorious cat burglar? Then master pin-tumbler lockpicking techniques using this cool new SouthOrd Lockpick School-in-a-Box. It includes everything you need to learn how to pick locks like a professional... good or bad. On the wooden stand are five isolated lock cylinders with the first one having a single pin, the second having two pins, and so on all the way up to five pins to give you a progressive level of difficulty. The set includes 5 repinnable lock cylinders, 4 lock picks, 1 tension tool, a wooden stand, and a handy instruction book to help you master pin-tumbler lockpicking techniques. It makes a unique gift and could even pay for itself, if you know what I mean. Hmm, please pick locks responsibly and only if the laws in your state allow you to possess these lockpicking tools.
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- Lock Picking School-in-a-Box
- The easiest way to learn the art of locksmithing is to begin by removing a few pin sets from a lock, and one by one, add them back as your picking skills improve
- Includes five lock cylinders, 4 lock picks, 1 tension tool, and the instructional book, Easy Pickings
- The first of which has a single pin set in place, with each lock becoming progressively more difficult
- The last lock contains a full number of five pin sets
- Repinnable locks allow the user to change the pin combinations to expand their skill, offering more versatility and difficulty in picking
- Five easy-to-repin locks: Pin are easy to replace by removing the lock's outer shell.
- Locks fit pins with .115" diameter
- Lock can be installed with the pins at the top or bottom
- Simply snap the lock into the clear PC insert, and tighten the insert in the stand with the pins at the top or bottom
- Progressive Learning System is a proven method of learning to help the beginning locksmith develop all the skills needed to master pin-tumbler lock picking