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Crack a Master Lock Mathematically, Without a Shim

Apparently it is possible to reduce 64,000 possible Master Lock padlock combinations down to just 100. The entire process is clearly illustrated in the below how-to from Mark Edward Campos. For an enlarged version, click here.

Image via markedwardcampos.com

Looking for something a little more interactive? We have loads of lock-picking tutorial videos. Here's one that demonstrates the same method (math as opposed to shim) outlined in the above illustration.

3 Comments

The graphic is incorrect... the top group of numbers should have a 2 instead of a 0 as the first digit of the second row, and the second group of numbers should have a 3 instead of a 1 as the first digit of the second row

What about the third group? Shoudln't the 2nd digit on the 2nd line be a 4?
And the fourth group. Shouldn't the 2nd digit on the 2nd line be a 5?

How difficult is it to count by 4s? Quite difficult, I guess! :-)

I'm assuming the first digits in each row are correct. I don't know. Can the originator please straighten this out for us?

Are there any more?

can u like show me how to do that im goin to write long so u see it or u can write to me the instructions to open a lock see i have a lock and i tried all the steps but can't get it can u help me please need it really bad ok so for get these people who ever they are don't forget ok bye: send

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