Our Seven-Pin All-In-One Lock Picking Training Kit puts our two most popular products in one package at a discount.
This training kit includes our
7 pin Ultimate Adversary Practice Lock
14 Piece Lock Pick Set with Rubber Handles
This kit includes our Ez-Rekey Ultimate Adversary Lock, the one practice lock that is easily re-keyed for the beginner through expert lock picker. Our 7 pin lock includes more than one hundred assorted top, bottom, and master pins. Also includes spool, serrated, and T-pin style security pins. Millions of challenges are possible with this one easy to re-key practice lock.
The included 14 piece lock pick set is our best selling lock pick set and has all the tools you need to develop the skills to master lock picking.
The Seven Pin All-In-One Training Kit Includes:
- 7 pin Ultimate Adversary Practice Lock
- easy to re-key pin stack retaining screws
- wrench for removing retaining screws
- replacement screws
- an assortment of more than 100 lock pins including top pins, bottom pins, and master pins
- replacement springs in a variety of lengths
- an assortment of spool, serrated, and T-pins.
- 14 Piece Lock Pick Set with Rubber handles
- 9 assorted lock picks
- broken key extractor
- 4 different style tension wrenches
- zippered leather case
NOTE: U.S. Postal Regulations prohibit shipping lock picks, lock bypass tools, or impressioning tools by US Mail. These items must ship by UPS. Therefore, we are not able to ship this item to PO Boxes, addresses outside the US, or to APO, FPO, DPO addresses.
William Faulk – :
Well made, easy to repin, and definitely comes with a ton of pins; about 30 of each of five sizes of bottom pins, five sizes of spool pins, serrated pins, and T pins. My only complaint is that, despite it having an SC1 keyway, which has 10 bottom pin sizes, it only comes with 5 different size bottom pins. I would rather have had fewer bottom pins in more sizes. I’m not sure what I’m going to do with 30 pins of the same size in a seven-pin core, after all. Oh, and I just measured; the bottom pins don’t match SC1 pin lengths at all; the lengths seem to be .170, .190, .210, .230, and .250. Oddly, the demonstration key and pins *are* normal SC1 pins.
TinStacks (verified owner) – :
I bought the 7 Pin All-In-One Lock Picking Training Kit & The Ultimate Competition Lock Stand. The easy to re-key pin stack retaining system makes learning lock picking fun and easy! Just need to pick up some tweezers!
Dan (verified owner) – :
Perfect lock to train on cant beat the price and quality ….even works with the sparrows reload kit and ckeck pins for that added training effect
Dana (verified owner) – :
great price and vary nice for practice
Jason (verified owner) – :
Imagine how frustrated to find that I could pick 1 pin just fine WITHOUT using a tension by softly wiggling the pick with just a touch of twist, BUT as soon as I put tension on the lock, I couldn’t pick it. It’s ONLY 1 PIN!! Found that the tension bars provided bind up the cylinder when used on the Bottom of Keyway (BoK)… Knowing this I’ll be looking for Top of the Keyway (ToK) Tension bars to use with this lock setup. I’d recomend this lock , but would suggest different pick set that comes with ToK Tension bars. Would not suggest buying this Combo Kit
Tim (verified owner) – :
Excellent quality. Looks to be challenging and educational at the same time.
Christopher J Pease (verified owner) – :
Great pick set! Lock seems to be high quality as well. Only improvement I could see is if it came with the pins sorted out by size instead of just all in one bag.
Marc (verified owner) – :
This has been really fun to play with. It took maybe 10 hours or so to be pretty decent at picking the basic 5-pin setup with my diamond pick. One thing that I’ve learned is that every lock is different (duh) because I’ve tried to pick other locks around my house, and they each have their own feel to them.
The lock-picking instructions are decent (download them from the website). The practice lock itself doesn’t have instruction on pinning it, but i figured that out. It’s not that complex.
Then, you’ll want a way to mount the lock somewhere so that you can play with it. I drilled a hole in a 1-inch board and mounted it vertical. I know they also sell clamps here for that purpose.
Scott (verified owner) – :
Both the lock and the pick set are individually excellent. However, as a set they don’t play to well together for the beginning picker. The lock is somewhat paracentric and the pins descend fully to the warding. This makes it quite challenging with the full thickness picks. It picks much easier with .015 picks. I still give the set 5 stars, but be aware that you’ll have to work for an open with the supplied picks.
Mike (verified owner) – :
This kit is everything I was hoping it would be. Quality product is a premium today that is harder and harder to find. The customer service is excellent as well and it seems that is even harder to find today. The folks here went above and beyond what I expected with special delivery instructions that I provided and I can’t thank them enough for their efforts in this regard.
Thanks for a very positive purchase experience, both in product and service!
Henry (verified owner) – :
New to this hobby. I purchased some clear locks and they are very easy. This is much more of a challenge. Using the basic setup with the key and instructions sent and only using the first two pins. I can pick but I need more practice before I add my third pin.
larry (verified owner) – :
not much to place it up ageist,(lack of knowledge on my part) but can say worth the cost, one gets to learn how a lock goes together, as well as a very good low cost way to learn how to pick a lock
Canada Bass (verified owner) – :
Works great, I can’t pick the thing! Very nice tolerances and smooth operation (with the lock). This has many pins and changing things out is very easy. I’ve never put together or taken apart a lock before, but it was very straightforward. As mentioned, the only improvement I can see would be a top of the key way tensioner. It wouldn’t help me pick it faster though, I’m pretty sure.
Brandon (verified owner) – :
I don’t think there’s a better option out there if you’re starting. You learn lock picking with a variety of pins and gradually work up to more difficult locks. The key way itself is a good challenge to learn how to work with picks in relatively tight spaces.
A top of the key way tensioner would be handy as I found myself losing control of the core to try to pick some difficult spools. And I could only tension in one direction without binding up the core with the provided tensioners (made for a good first lesson).
Zack – :
Very awesome product. The only thing that could be improved is that the lock pick set come with a top of the key way tensioner
Robert (verified owner) – :
Excellent kit! I could see adding some other spring types to this as well.
great training kit for the money.
Samuel (verified owner) – :
This was well thought out and simple to use. You can practice picking as many pins as you want and type of pins. Being a new locksmith this is a great training aid I am glad I bought it. I had look at other training locks this was by far the best. It beats the old stuff my boss gave to practice picking.
Alex (verified owner) – :
Great kit! the keyway is way more challenging than the master locks I’m used to, the pin selection is excellent, and the picks seem pretty high quality, although some hand finishing is necessary. For the price this kit is fantastic!