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Tubular Lock Picks- 7 and 8 pin set

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7 and 8 Pin Tubular Adjustable Manipulation Lock Picks

Tubular lock picks are precision tools designed to open standard 7-pin and 8-pin center Ace-type locks, which are more sophisticated than standard pin tumbler locks. While these locks are generally more secure than pin tumbler locks, with the right equipment, they can be compromised easily.

These tubular lock picks come in 7-pin and 8-pin configurations, and they allow you to adjust the pressure you exert on the picking needle. Each features a comfortable, slip-resistant rubber handle, and they're sized to give you the most possible control. Our tubular lock picks can be used on most vending machine locks, coin-operated washers and dryers, and coin boxes, as well as on several other tubular locks. If you'd like to learn how to handle tubular locks, we recommend checking out the Lockpicking for the New Millennium DVD.

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5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Good for the price, but difficult to use on some newer Ace style locks.
Reviewed by: on 9/6/2016
Use this for the wrong activities and learn what "mechanical burglary" is in the Arizona Revised Statutes. These open them thar tubular keyed locks like were used on vending machines some time ago. An old safe cracker made me a similar tool 25 years ago. These are just as good as his, but the newer locks have security pins and or varying springs, and some of these you need to pick the lock 8 times to open it, so the $400 picks are a lot more effective. I am an electrician, specializing in security, life safety systems, fire alarms, CCTV and instrumentation, so we use a lot of locking switches that use Ace locks on the switches. A lost key means an alarm or a magnetic door lock cannot be deactivated, so I have these to fall back on. Most of the switches use the older locks, so it's not too bad to use these picks to deactivate a 2000 pound magnetic door lock, alarm, or other switch. I could always crack open the Coke machine for a couple quarters to call for help too. Wow, pay phones, and quarter cokes. Now you know I am getting old. Eh?? Thank God the key switches only take about a quarter turn, so you don't have to repick those more than 2 or 3x. These will do it though!

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 tubular lock picks
Reviewed by: on 6/6/2010
I bought this set years ago and have used them quite alot,they have never failed. I would highly recommend these tools. thank you