Lock-Picking School Kit

Lock-Picking School Kit

This is the complete system kit for learning the art of picking pin tumbler locks. It consists of a table-top "door" practice stand with five interchangeable brass pin tumbler lock cylinders. Each lock has 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 pins and is numbered 1 through 5. Included are all necessary tools and fittings and a learning guide. The progressive learning system utilized is based on positive reinforcement of learned skills as one progresses rapidly from picking a 1 pin lock up to a standard 5 pin lock. This latest version features easy pin access allowing the user to change pin combinations or pin types, further expanding the user's skills. It's an ideal system for learning basic lock-picking skills as well as being a great testing ground for new picks and methods.


SKU#: LPSK

Regular price $99.00 Save $-99.00
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