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This set of articles includes explanations of lockpicking and safecracking, as well as the mechanical workings of many of the most common types of locks.
Combination locks use wheel packs to set the combination inside the lock. Learn about combination locks and see pictures of the inside of a combination lock.
A combination lock is a fairly simple device that provides a high level of security. Take a look at the inside of a combination lock.
Lock pick guns work on the same principle as raking a lock by pushing up the pins. Learn how lock pick guns work in this article.
To open a lock, the bottom pins must be aligned so they're all below the shear line. Learn how to pick a master lock in this article.
To pick a lock you'll need some picks (or paper clips) and a tension wrench. Learn what lock-picking tools you need to pick a lock in this article.
Since channel lock pliers can be used as pliers, wrenches or clamps, they're versatile tools to have around the house. Learn about some repairs that require channel lock pliers from this article.
Safecracking is a matter of the right tools, the right skills and lots of patience. Learn the ins and outs of safecracking, from lock manipulation to exploding safes.
A master key can open many different types of locks. Find out how a master key works.
To prevent a home invasion, locking your doors with deadbolts should be the first line of defense. Learn about other ways to prevent a home invasion.
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