Admit it or not, we know you’ve most likely misplaced your house key at some point in your life — maybe you left them at a friend’s house and are too uncomfortable having a spare somewhere in front of your house. Then what? Well, learning how to pick a lock could be handy during these times.
Lock picking is the art of tricking a lock into believing that you are using that lock’s correct key.Locks are extremely simple and senseless creatures that have but one fixed path of operation. This simplicity makes lock picking a very easy skill to acquire and implement for anyone looking to do so. But to acquire this skill, we must first learn the very basics of how a key works so that we can learn to mimic it.
Tools For Lock Picking
Paperclip, wire coat hanger or similar
How To Do It
Step 1. Prepare Your Tools
This is a simple operation that can be performed with anything like a wire coat hanger, a paperclip, a hairpin or anything similarly shaped. All you need is something you can push into the keyhole on the doorknob.
Step 2. Check Out The Kind Of Doorknob You’re Dealing With
Check out the kind of doorknob you’re dealing with
On the interior of buildings, you may find there is just a hole – this is the kind of thing you might have on your bathroom door since they are just designed for privacy rather than keeping burglars out.
Step 3. Push Your Tool Into The Hole
Push your paperclip, wire coat hanger or other tools into the hole or keyhole. When you feel some pressure on the other end, simply give it push and it should pop the button out on the other side of the door, opening the lock.
If you're not in a pinch and have the time to buy some lock picking tools or know someone with a set, real lock picks are ideal.They will always outperform improvised tools and not all locks can be opened using bobby pins and paperclips. Some keyways are too small and some locks include extra security features that just can't be bypassed without proper tools.If you've got time to spare, consider picking up a lock pick set for emergencies.
Our beginner lock pick sets is that they should be professionally made, reviewed well by experts and/or hobbyists, contain everything you need as a learner, won't be so cheap that they snap off in your lock and that they’ll be delivered to you within a few days once ordered. Lockpickmall lockpicks have become well known worldwide for their quality, endurance, and effectiveness.