How To: Avoid a false set when lock picking

Avoid a false set when lock picking

Ever wanted to learn how to pick a lock? Well, there's no better time than now to start learning the craft of so many locksmiths out there... lock picking. Just watch this video tutorial to see how to avoid a false set when lock picking.

A false set, or fake set, is when the pins in the lock are set, but not truly set. You'll need a tension wrench and your lock pick and a padlock to try this out, to learn all about false sets. With a delicate touch and a little practice, you'll be lockpicking like a pro in no time. Next you'll be picking Master locks, deadbolts, door locks, bike locks, etc.

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what a idiot either hes reallll stupid or drunk

i think my man has some type of turrets, he must not be stupid if he knows what a false set is, and you're the one learning from him. whos the stupid one?

I think the guy did great. I have a brinks adj. long shackle lock 40mm and 50mm. Mine has radical biting and a pain to open. He did this with ease.

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