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— Posted by myles on 4:32 am on Mar. 3, 2002

Can any one tell me how to pick a normal padlock? Iv’e looked through the lock picking section but its all stuff like marster locks.

— Posted by largeidaccam on 4:44 am on Mar. 3, 2002

the best way to open ne lock is pratice

— Posted by largeidaccam on 4:49 am on Mar. 3, 2002

i just read back on that and didnt find it very helpful , so get somthing metal thats fits in to the hole of the lock that you want to pick and play around ie push all the way in and twist , until it opens ,also make sure it isnt flexable otherwise it wont work well

(Edited by largeidaccam at 2:50 pm on Mar. 3, 2002)

— Posted by myles on 4:57 am on Mar. 3, 2002


— Posted by largeidaccam on 5:12 am on Mar. 3, 2002

hey also look back on this thread in acouple of days becasue theres a stack of people who know heaps more abou lockpicking then me

— Posted by qube on 8:20 am on Mar. 3, 2002

I heard on the forums a while back spraying a lot of Freon on the lock, or bolt part then hitting with hammer it shatters, easier than lock-picking but no skill involved…
Also i dont know what its called but the lock part is this –
| | you know!…..that bit.
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(Edited by qube at 8:21 am on Mar. 3, 2002)

— Posted by Darkie on 10:49 am on Mar. 3, 2002

I think lockpicksonline.com is a god site. Also if u really want to get into lock picking go to amazon.com and look up ISBN#- 0-07-049866-0. I have it and it’s very help full.

Also there is nothing like a good pair of bolt cutters. 🙂

— Posted by myles on 11:01 am on Mar. 3, 2002

thanks, but whats freon

— Posted by Darkie on 11:23 am on Mar. 3, 2002

I know i put this in a post in the past 2 days but freon is used in the A/C in cars. It is cold, comes in a can and u need connectors to get it out, other wise ur stuck poking a hole in a can with compressed gas in it which i would think is bad, very bad.

— Posted by preditor on 12:48 pm on Mar. 4, 2002

you can get these things called padlock shims, the don’t work on master locks but they work good on cheeper locks here is the url to get some http://www.southord.com/catalog.asp?cat=locksmith&rowstart=60

— Posted by Pyroclasm on 6:45 pm on Mar. 6, 2002

apparently you can make a lock picker outta an electric toothbrush, there called tumblers or sumthin, anyway, it works by vibrating in the lil chamber bit until you get the right pressures on the lil springy mabob bits.

if you get my meanin :confused:

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