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How to build a pick to open a lock

HOW TO OPEN LOCKS

How to build a pick to open a lock. First of all, you need a kit to open locks. If you know a locksmith, well, you ask and that’s it, but if not, nothing happens, it is feasible to get one, if you have access to a windshield and a pair of pliers, a file. Now watch the following video that methodically explains the process to follow in order to make a cheap and functional pick, with an example of opening a padlock.

Apart from the example you have seen in the video, I advise you to try your tool because a locksmith is made and is not born.

Test your tool on the door handle of a lock to make sure it slides well. That’s when the tensioner comes into play. It should be small enough so that you can insert it together with the pick in the lock, one on top of the other.
The issue is to put our pick and press so that the space between the upper and lower pin is level with the cylindrical wall. Now, if you push a pin, its tendency is to back up, okay? This is where the tensor comes in. Insert the tensioner into the hole and twist. This tension will hold the “resolved” pins from going backwards. Now work from behind the lock to the start, and when you pass it you will hear a click, the tensioner will rotate freely and the door will open.

Direct link to video.

The same as you have seen in the video, although with a padlock.

Don’t get demoralized on your first try. It will probably take 20 or 30 minutes your first time. Later, you will improve with practice. Remember a locksmith is made not born.

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