We’ve outdone ourselves with the 7 pin version of our lock picking practice locks – The Ultimate Adversary Practice Lock. Pin stack retainer screws make it easy re-key this lock cylinder millions of different key combinations for millions of different lock picking challenges. An assortment of more than 100 extra bottom pins, top pins, master pins, and springs is included.
This 7-pin version of our practice lock also includes three different types of security pins: spool pins, serrated pins, and T-pins. Also included is a 5 pin demonstration key with it’s own pins to let the beginner demonstrate a lock’s normal operation before re-pinning the lock for lock picking.
The key way is a Schlage C, also commonly called SC1. This key way offers more challenge than our 5 pin practice lock but is not especially difficult to work in.
The assortment of spool, serrated, and T-pins will help you to learn to overcome pick resistant cylinders. Special security pins are becoming more common every year. A decade ago, security pins were rare. Today, even some of the cheapest hardware store brands include security pins to make them pick resistant. Most locksmiths never develop the skills to consistently open these locks. With practice, you can learn to consistently open even pick resistant locks.
Thousands of our practice locks have been used to master the skill of lock picking in over 40 countries.
- 7 pin practice lock with 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
- spool type, serrated type, and T-pin high security top pins