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    • Gonna go break into my Neighbors Shed now
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    • you can open those with the aluminum on a soda can
      pp_cucc 30 sep
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    • Those cheap brinks 4 dials can be forced open with a screwdriver lmao
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    • Picking a lock isn’t illegal tho. Trespassing and stealing is illegal.
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    • just becareful with more expensive combo locks, better ones have protection against that by putting a tiny metal sleeve at the top you wont see until you try
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    • You guys realize you can just start from 0 and keep going, every kid in the locker room who had this lock got his shit jacked
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    • Time to steal my brother's thin mints
      _raichu_ 30 sep
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    • This wont work on anything with false gates
      ahbr 30 sep
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    • False gates and shit will quickly fuck this up
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    • If you dont mind breaking rather than picking you can use two spanners
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    • Or just watch the lock picking lawyer on Youtube...
      Snipe508 30 sep
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    • You can easily do it without the bobby pin. You just pull on the hook and feel for the tension on the numbers.
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    • Thats not picking or even decoding its breaching and you can do that with out the bobby pin on most cheap locks
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    • If any of you guys come across the brass colored master four dial combo locks they're very easy to crack. Pull on the shackle really hard and wiggle each dial. If the dial wiggles a lot then it is a correct number. If the dial hardly wiggles at all it is an incorrect number. Roll and repeat
      pedro1767 30 sep
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    • Tried this and it works
      Fagobait 30 sep
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    • Kick the lock
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    • Saving this lol
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    • Turds
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    • Thanks my nigga
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    • Yoooo
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    • Oh?
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    • Just go watch LockPickingLawyer on YouTube. He has great videos on different locks and techniques you can use. Very informative to help choose which locks to buy to prevent break ins. Or at least slow the assailant down a bit
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    • Saving it for...later
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    • Dogshit lock you don't even need a hairpin to pick that shit just apply upward pressure to the curved part and move the switches top to bottom and feel for the slightly hevyer click
      Maubus 30 sep
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    • If it's spring loaded you can just shim it open
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    • Only if its a shitty lock
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    • Only with shit locks
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    • I have one of these locks at work I wanna try this
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    • Just rip it open
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    • You can also do this with any kind of soda can
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    • So um... where tf do I put the Bobby pin in at? Theres no hole except where the main lock goes
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    • Piece of shit.
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    • "*leaves*" - my dad
      Oh_Slaps 30 sep
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    • >recording yourself breaking a lock
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