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Pick a Lock in SECONDS with a Bump Key

Pick a Lock in SECONDS with a Bump Key

 

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Picking locks is easy once you’ve made a bump key. Plus: learn to prevent break-ins.

A lock, in its simplest form, is just a series of pins, each of which has two parts that are illustrated in red and blue to the left. To pick a lock, you simply need to insert a pick and push the pins into place so that the upper, blue part clicks into place outside of the cylinder. This will allow the cylinder to turn freely and the lock to open.

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