How to use the Lishi Kwikset Pick | Mr. Locksmith Video

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    How to use the Lishi Kwikset Pick | Mr. Locksmith
    For further info and to sign up for my new On-LIne "How to Pick Locks" Course or "How to Open Sentry Safes" go to mrlocksmithtraining.com/
    The KW1 is for picking and reading 5 pin Kwikset locks and the KW5 is for 6 pin Kwikset picks.
    The KW1 and KW5 picked the sample Kwikset locks as expected. One of the major advantages of the new Lishi Picks will be the ability to read the depths of the lock once it is picked and you will be able to make a key. However, if the locks have Master or construction pins the key will unlock and lock the lock but maybe not any other locks in the building. The New Lishi KW1 / KW5 picks are not designed and will not open Kwikset Smart Locks, yet lol.
    The Lishi picks are well built and have a nice feel to them.
    Picking method is classic Single Pin Picking (SPP). I do not foresee any problems with security pins, just will require a slightly different method of SPP to open. Actually, on Kwikset locks, I find them very easy to SPP security pins. (the binding pins cry out to be picked lol).
    The new Mr. Lishi picks are expected to retail for $120 US each.
    Mr. Lishi will soon release the Schlage SC1 5 pin and Schlage SC4 6 pin picks soon too.
    Subscribe to my channel so you will get an update when I post the video of the new KW1 and KW5 in real field tests.
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    Terry Whin-Yates is a 3rd Generation Locksmith with a BA (Hons) Criminology. He has 35 years experience in the locksmith and security industry and is a locksmith trainer providing On-LIne and Hands-On locksmith training to people, businesses and Law Enforcement all across North America and Asia. Terry Whin-Yates‘ BC Security License is B4227.
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    Lishi is a very good tool for locksmiths to figure out, because you have to use a Lishi tool and most the application you're basically feeling the wafers, you're going the binding wafer, you pick that one first and then you can go for the next binding wafer. That's how you use the Mr. Lishi tools for automotive. They've come out with fantastic tools, they've come out with four tools now. One for 5-pin quick set, the 6-pin quick set, also the 5-pin Schlage, and the 6-pin Schlage.
    Single Pin Picking, SPP, or they like to call the field method or the French method. We'll call it the SPP for today.
    Lishi's calling this their Residential Original Lishi Tools by Mr. Lishi. Their 2-in-1 picks, they work and I hadn't had a chance to try the Schlage I am looking forward to that. Lots of new videos coming soon.
    Here's something interesting. A lot of people are saying, "Oh this is a game changer, this is a fantastic tool." Let's get right to the facts here. Kwikset five pin deadbolts, the pin tumbler deadbolts, are the easiest locks in the world almost to pick. I can show you in 10 to 15 minutes you're going to be able to pick these things and if you practice you're going to be really good. This is not a game changer. There have been some tools available to law enforcement that did something similar. However, this is an inexpensive tool and it's really cool, but here's what I think about what it's great for. It will give you the ability to learn to do single pin picking or SPP picking better.
    You practice on the inexpensive locks and they have some other tools coming out, which will be for other locks, and they've already had one released in Australia for quite a while. It's an interesting tool, it's really cool, but it's not going to turn a lousy picker who can't pick a lock. You can't just pick this thing up and pick instantly. I can show you in minutes how to pick Kwiksets and if you practice you can pick them.
    This is a fun tool and it reads, which sometimes when you have multiple locks it's nice to make a key quickly and you can open up the other locks, and it just shows you some huge security vulnerabilities. That's why we sell a lot of the high-security locks like Abloy, and Medeco, and the Primus. We sell a lot of high security locks because these are so easy to pick. We have key control in the high security locks, but you stop the amateurs who can pick those inexpensive locks quickly. Let's not even talk about the stuff that's coming in from Offshore Locks. This will be interesting. I'm going to play with the tool on the clones of the Kwiksets and let's see how it does on the SmartKey locks. The interesting thing with the SmartKey locks is they use a sidebar, they don't really have a sheer line like a pin tumbler.
    This is going to be kind of fun to experiment with this with other locks it'll fit in. Of course it's not going to fit into the Schlage or Schlage. It's not going to fit into a lot of other locks. It'll do the Kwiksets for sure and it'll do Weiser.

    Kommentarer

    1. Chad “Fingers of Damnation” Fason

      This tool saved me from losing my new job as a locksmith. Absolute gamechanger for me.

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Chad “Fingers of Damnation” Fason But use it as a learning tool to make your lock picking with picks better. Kwikset locks are super easy to pick with real picks and less expensive too. Practice with the KW1 Lishi with locks with mushroom top pins don’t you can feel the counter rotation picking method.

    2. Juan S

      CALL RIGHT NOW, OPERATORS ARE STANDING BY. JUST $39.95 BUT IF YOU ORDER NOW WE WILL THROW IN A SECOND ONE AT HALF PRICE, JUST PAY THE SEPARATE POSTAGE AND HANDLING, THANKS!

    3. Chris P Bacon

      <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="282">4:42</a> ya people who will misuse this will find these eaither way

    4. Ray B

      Are quick sets easy to pick??

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Ray B Kwikset cylinders are extremely easy to pick and are a good lock to practice on.

    5. Imasurvivor

      Jesus Christ. This guy just drones on and on. He’s not aware of how boring and annoying he is. Shut the f up and start using the tool. I could edit this video down to a couple minutes and you wouldn’t miss a thing.

    6. Bearded Mike

      Locks keep honest people honest, most criminals won't take the time to play with a lock. They tend to use the path of least resistance i.e windows or kicking down doors. For you to tell people not to use a product based solely on your opinion is wrong, that's how you get the gullible clientele to purchase medeco, mul T lock, assa abloy, or any other high security locks that would be ignored because of an easier entry point. I do agree that the aforementioned deadbolts are easy to pick, but so are schage, best sfic, faclon, and any other lock if you're up to date on your picking practice.

    7. Fabio Liduenha

      Onde consigo essa ferramenta para uso no Brasil

    8. JohnnyArt Pavlou

      It looks to be $120. Is that inexpensive?

    9. Elizabeth Mayhew

      Does this lishi kwikset 2in1 pick work on all residential 5pin locks or just kwikset?

      1. Elizabeth Mayhew

        @Mr. Locksmith okay thanks for the advice!

      2. Mr. Locksmith

        Elizabeth Mayhew The KW1 Lishi pick only works on the 5 pin Kwikset locks and clone (off shore) 5pin locks using the KW1 keyway. Also, with an adjustment with your picking method it will pick open 5pin Weiser locks but not read the lock.

    10. Elizabeth Mayhew

      Does this lishi kwikset 2in1 pick work on all residential 5pin locks or just kwikset?

    11. Robin Mario

      Is this an infomercial? What a waste of time!

    12. Chris Fyfe

      Cool Gizmo ! Lishi stuff is very neat !

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Chris Fyfe Fun Lishi video soon, just made keys to a Ford and used the Lishi pick.

    13. Martin Arrieta

      Where can I buy some picks

    14. Renato Patricio Correia

      nice tool... will take one for me here im Brazil. tks! how much is it?

    15. Jonathan Beaulne

      Where can you buy those?

      1. Jonathan Beaulne

        @Mr. Locksmith most sites that i could find the lishi are in the US but couldn't find any Canadian reseller.

      2. Mr. Locksmith

        Jonathan Beaulne Most id the Locksmith Wholesaler Suppliers sell Lishi tools

    16. Kissalude

      The game changing aspect as far as I have heard is as you said at <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="230">3:50</a>ish. Can pick it know the code and cut your own key.

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Kissalude Yes, you can pick the lock open, decode and then cut a key by code.

    17. Vinyl Athletes

      Remember it’s not a game changer 😂

    18. Chupa Cabra

      Some one lock his mouth shut

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Chupa Cabra When you create a few videos and get more than 2 subscribers let me know.

    19. Chupa Cabra

      jealous he didn't come up with it...

      1. Chupa Cabra

        @Mr. Locksmith That's why I don't make any, if i did it surely would not be like that.

      2. Mr. Locksmith

        Chupa Cabra When you create a few videos and get more than 2 subscribers let me know.

    20. Larry Jensen

      So wait, are kwikset 660's any good? 😋

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Larry Jensen Kwikset locks are just a very inexpensive residential lock. They have always been very easy to pick and inexpensive locks. My locksmith company will not sell any Kwikset products.

    21. Michael Mendillo

      I agree, pretty damn cool !

    22. Jonathan White

      It’s nice because you can pick and read it which is money

    23. afn29129 David

      The first 5 minutes or so struck me as being an advertisement/commercial. And as for the remainder; what took you so long to get to the point.

    24. No Mercy

      It is compatible with European locks???

    25. Derek Broestler

      As a locksmith, I honestly don't know why this tool exists in Kwikset EXCEPT as an SPP training tool, or maybe just proof of concept.... Kwikset pin tumbler doesn't even deserve to be touched by even my old HPC or ProLok hooks from 15 years ago, that I never use anymore because now I've got better picks. LOL... Rake it and be done in 30 seconds..... The Lishi auto tools are AWESOME, and for some of the others, the SC1/SC4 and new AM5 I get it, not because they're typically hard to pick, but because SOMETIMES they CAN be, and anything that makes that process faster, means I get paid faster. I honestly DID buy the SC1 Lishi SPECIFICALLY for those PITA Schlage F series levers, (one of the banes of my life) and while getting the counter rotation JUST right is STILL a PITA with them, it makes it a LITTLE easier... and I think once I get it down pat 100% I might be done popping covers with comb picks once and for all. I MIGHT get the AM5, simply because instead of having to control a padlock, tension tool, and pick all at once, I can just control the padlock and tool, and for the decoding without disassembly of course. If they SOMEHOW manage to come up with a Y1/Y2 I will be the FIRST in line.... but I REALLY don't get spending $120 to pick Kwiksets.

      1. LICKHER&STICKHER INTHEPINK

        You just said... The same thing he said. WHAT THE FUCK ?

    26. Herbert Lopez

      Work on smart key?

      1. Richard B

        No, there is a decoder you can buy, but the design of a smart lock is not pickable.

    27. Justin

      Quickset should sponsor this guy.

    28. zoom evolution

      Bosnian bill?

    29. Ariatna Elizabeth Victorio Cervera

      Donde la compro?

    30. James R. Gorr

      2 minutes in and I'm like STFU! Next...

    31. Mauricio Suarez

      i am not sure ... does change the rules?

    32. Sanja Sanjic

      Be sure to read honest and real reviews of Offshore Picks on my blog before you buy. Go to gohonestreviews. com/offshore-picks-review/ Thanks, Shaw.

    33. wes the lockpicker

      Where can you buy one of these

    34. jo mfawad

      can u single pin pick any lock using just one type of lishi picks? or each lock needs its own pick?

    35. PhoenixJK_Adventures

      You sir are an idiot, im a locksmith and I try to keep the trade private as possible you don't want anyone learning to pick locks, and not every pin and tumbler lock can be racked I 1minute its not how it turns out always.

    36. ran dom

      Anything similar to this for the euro profile cylinders and multilock

    37. Idan Ghelber

      does it work on kwikset smartlock

      1. Idan Ghelber

        @Mr. Locksmith I think I understand what you are saying. Basically like you would rake open a ignition for GM correct? Wow if it is that easy I should have been picking these a long time ago.... I just need to find a tool I can jam in there to hold down the side bar I guess, looking forward to the next video.

      2. Mr. Locksmith

        Idan Ghelber You need to apply pressure to the sidebar with the Kwikset Smart Key Locks. Without side bar pressure the KW1 Lishi will not pick the lock. Raking a Smart Key lock, (rake pick and tension wrench) with practice, you can pick a Smart Key lock open. Video soon.

    38. antony716

      Say "game changer" again. Game changer is no country I ever heard of. Do they speak English in Game changer?

    39. Bek L

      Before commenting about the video taking too long to get to the point, LISTEN CLOSELY to the first <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="210">3:30</a> of the video--that's probably the most important part. @Mr.Locksmith I thought this was a gag video at first 😂

      1. Bek L

        I had the privilege of being taught by and working for a past ALOA board member--nothing beats on the job training!

      2. Mr. Locksmith

        Bek L It’s nice when somebody “get it.” Thanks

    40. Charles Bernard

      im not even 4 minutes in and all i know is, "this is not a game changer, kwiksets are easy to pick"

    41. milze Bexley

      So what other locks will the kw1 fit in, other than obviously the kwikset?

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        I picked a few Weiser locks and lots of off shore made clones of the KW1 keyway.

    42. kansasvmax94

      Criminals don't pick locks. I've been in the profession of law enforcement for nearly two decades. Im also a pretty new, but fanatical lock-sporter. So I went thru a military/leo only school which obviously got me hooked. So, in my experience, and in all my colleagues experiences from all over the nation, criminals don't pick locks. I've discussed it with dozen and dozens of criminals. They all think it's cool, but have no interest. Why pick it when you can cut/bust/destroy it. Sure there's someone out there that has done it, but criminals, they just break shit to steal shit. I invest in good locks, good lighting, but don't worry about absoluteness pick-proof. Good locks/hardware deter, but if they want in, they'll get in. Bust, peel, pry, etc. Crooks don't care about this stuff, just us that nerd out on it. Love it, that's MrLocksmith!!

      1. Bek L

        As unfortunate as burglary is, it's unavoidable in our society. If you really think about it from an LEO's standpoint and take jurisdiction into account, signs of forced entry are strong evidence...

    43. Phillip Wasalensey

      I'm guessing this isn't a game changer.

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Phi Last The Lishi Schlage I am testing this weekend and video soon. That could be a “game changer”

    44. ron lee

      You donot Know

    45. Optimus Prime

      Too muck yacking and saying the same thing more than once

      1. Questchaun

        He's gotta make it to 10 mins.

    46. Robert Zeurunkl

      I think the best way to describe this thing is that it gives you visual feedback on your tactile (feel) feedback. A way to visually record what you are feeling. A locksmith is just going to do it with the tactile feedback (feel) alone, because he doesn't need the visual feedback.

    47. Robert Zeurunkl

      OMG - as soon as I saw that thing, I thought, "THAT'S IT! That's what I've been wanting." Admittedly, I was thinking about picks with ruler scales on them to measure how far the pick is into the lock. But this is even better. WAY better. Is it legal to own one without a "locksmith license"?

      1. Superthijs_2

        Depends on your country

    48. BigDeivid

      Hola compañero, donde la puedo conseguir? Serviria para cilindros europerfil de españa?

    49. Luis Eduardo Caro.florez

      Donde la puedo comprar

    50. Gerard Walker

      An idea came to me the other night looking at a KWIKSET door knob lock. take a Kwikset key remove the metal pieces from the inside bow so a thick long screw driver will fit through. then file 2 straight cuts one at the last pin and the other at the 3rd pin making a lock out key. insert the key, then take the driver and putting it through the bow, you should be able to pull the cylinder out as it is only held in place with the 2 spring steel springs. then take a needle nosed pliers and turn the tail piece. now your in. just an idea.

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        locksmith tools to remove the cylinder on Key-in-Knobs have been made for 30+ years. Also, easy to make your own.

    51. anDarkangel

      I am in the Netherlands , but we have here house-locks that are much better than most in america.

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        anDarkangel Europe is way ahead of North American Locks.

    52. Nicholas Grabowski

      I love the vehicle lishis, have yet to buy a commercial or residential lishi. Looking forward to owning one

    53. Ariatna Elizabeth Victorio Cervera

      Donde la compro?

    54. MRA AHM

      Nice video

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Thanks!

    55. Gerard Walker

      pin tumbler locks are out dated none of them are safe. it does not matter which one you have on your door it can be defeated. Assa Abloy, primus, medico, what ever lock it is it will be opened. there are too many lock sport people out there . the only way to have security is using electro mechanical locks with no key way. and a tougher door and frame work. i pick locks, so far only pin tumbler types. assa, medido and primus all have anti drill security. but they do not protect the lock body from over head drilling attack. or hole saw attack.meaning drilling the whole lock out from the wood doors. it is time to change the game. with stronger frames around doors and steel doors that can't be drilled opened. that's it for now have a nice day .

      1. Kali Southpaw

        Gerard Walker bullshit. Criminals are not picking locks that are easy to pick, why would ANYONE bother with any of the high security locks? And even the guys who can are few and far between. They use special custom tools you can’t buy and they are very skilled and have been doing locksport for years. It’s like saying don’t bother learning Jiu Jitsu or Thai boxing because you might run into the UFC champion. Solid doors and good hardware along with alarm systems are how you protect yourself. That along with a nice firearm.

      2. zoom evolution

        Mr Lawyer?

      3. GuardianAngle93

        Thats some bullshit. You will never pick any of the Interactive+ or better MulTLoc products. Its impossible. Only a handful are capable of medeco or Assa.

    56. Gary E Gillam

      Oh lordy, please don't talk on and on and on......make your point and get down to business! You wasted half your video (and my time) listening to you jabber on and on about how easy it is to pick the locks you are showing. That said, once you got down to business you had a great demo. Good videography (which is rare).

      1. Richard B

        He has a relevant opinion, and his videos are often targeted towards actual locksmiths, not the mass market of YT viewers. If you want that, go watch that idiot lawyer.

      2. Mr. Locksmith

        Gary E Gillam I have a very good videographer.

    57. That Guy

      There is no problem showing this tool being used to pick Kwikset. Some locksmiths need to relax...... We're talking about Kwikset

      1. Robert Zeurunkl

        I'm a complete novice, and even I can pick KwikSet easily. Probably why it's called KWIK SET (quick set). haha

    58. Cody

      For anyone who might be interested, the actual vid starts at <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="320">5:20</a>

      1. David Middlekauff

        Thank your this guy always has allot to say...and most of the time he says it over and over again. Smdh

      2. C Davis

        OMG youre sooo right

    59. oscar mendieta

      just keep making your videos the way you like it...you just cant please everybody..

    60. maxmerton

      Yes. You’re ranting.

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        maxmerton Shorter videos coming up with less ranting :-)

    61. Steven Lowel

      Can this be used on smart locks?

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Steven Lowel I have seen a few videos and trying to figure it out now. I will post when I Am successful.

    62. Semilovr12

      Can the 6 pin lishi work in both 5 & 6 pin locks?

      1. violentrobot

        they say you need both. my guess is the tip of the 6pin would hit the back of the lock, and the spacing wouldn't line up. you still might be able to pick it by feel, but no way to decode it.

    63. rocketlockopener

      Terry you are right kwickset are the easiest lock to pick but what would be interesting is if you were the first one to Pick a kwickset smart key on video I would by your lockpicking video now that's a game changer.

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Lots of Smart Key picking videos. Testing some new Smart Key picking methods now. Maybe a few videos soon.

    64. Kyle Corey

      Could you use this to pick a weiser? The decoding would be off but you could really use to pick a weiser to I'd think

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        The Weise picked quicker than the Kwikset lol. Using the Lishi KW1 is a little bit off on depth and space but you just feel for the binding pins.

    65. This Young Tony

      Remember seeing these but it wasn’t called a lock pick, but it used a term “lock decoder”

      1. violentrobot

        they do both. it can decode the lock after you pick it. that's what actually makes it a game changer in my opinion. you can make a key for one without taking it apart. like if someone broke their only key, you can make them a new key within about 5 minutes.

    66. Elephantstripes

      Take a shot everytime he says game changer.

    67. Craig Fogus

      Love your videos! I'll ask an obvious question. What is a good, secure lock for residential?

      1. Kali Southpaw

        You can get a good Medeco deadbolt for $150 online. But, more than the lock, make sure the door is solid, put an edge reinforcer (it looks like a book cover that goes over the door and lock to make it all like a solid unit) and a good security strike plate is installed in the door jamb and that the hinges are heavy duty and have hinge pins too. Also make sure you don’t have open windows or windows that are easily broken to just get in without using the door!

      2. Aqua Boss

        Meni Hen thank you this guy is just trying to hustle. I really doubt there’s many burglar’s that’s picking locks anyway. And the few that do probably aren’t really good anyway. And like you said it’s a normal home it’s not trumps home

      3. Meni Hen

        ​@Mr. Locksmith He asked for a lock for his house... not for Trump's house... Craig, buy yourself a nice "New Gen" Kwikset Smartkey and don't let this fool sell you a $300 Protec II for your residential needs, it's so unnecessary.

      4. Mr. Locksmith

        My faorite: Abloy Protec 2 deadbolt then Schlage Primus and Medeco.

    68. Mr. Saephan

      Make a lock but then show people how to open without a key LMFAO HUMAN ARE FUNNY.

      1. LICKHER&STICKHER INTHEPINK

        Especially FUCKTARDED ones like ewe !

    69. handigreg

      Your Wiser locks only have 2 or 3 pins in them. You have the numbers to the right of the locks....................

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Practice Locks for picking. New videos with show a series of differnet pin depths and the effects for Picking locks.

    70. Boomwebsearch- Developer_Publishing_Group

      Hi, congratulations on achieving 100,000 subscribers, this tool definitely does a good job in showing how these locks are having security issues, is Kwikset's SmartKey series of locks going to be safe from attacks applied on it using this Lishi tool?

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        The Smart Key locks require a different technique with the Lishi KW1. Still figuring out how to explain it for teaching. Smart Key locks can be raked open but SPP requires different techniques almost like picking spool pins x5 x3. More videos coming.

    71. mark

      WOW, 5 minutes before you actually show how to use it. Maybe you should review you're videos before you post them. This was near impossible to watch. You rant for 5 minutes about how easy it is to pick a kwikset.

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        mark Because Kwikset Pin Tumbler locks are easy to pick.

      2. Kyle Corey

        BECAUSE. ,,,,kwikset is easy to pick.,,,,,,,,,,,

      3. Mr. Locksmith

        I said it was a Rant lol. I have some shorter videos coming focusing just on picking locks but still with minor Rants.

    72. OS

      Disappointing that it doesn't have a mark for a seven depth cut. I know Kwikset doesn't use it except for construction keying, but I just purchased a (of all things) a Dollar General branded key in knob that had a key cut to 27672. So you could run across it.

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        I will rekey a Kwikset with a few 7 pins and see what happens.

      2. Bart Simpson

        If it goes a little bit past the 6 mark then guess what?

    73. m14wdotcom

      I read that they also planned to have one for schlage (2019 q2). For kwickset they seem to sell it for $120. A bit too expensive for me. Why not have one with the "universal" profile left and right ?

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Schlage 5 and 6 pin Lishi picks will be released soon. "Universal" profile would be nice but lots of different key profiles so not really doable.

      2. Bart Simpson

        Seems like that would br kinda hard to do. They use different size pins

    74. Rich Scott

      Pretty nice tool but I taught my grand kids who had never picked a lock started to pick quickset in less than 20 minutes.. Also congratulations on over 100,000 subscribers

      1. Mr. Locksmith

        Thanks!

    75. Rodolfo Reyes

      Yo quiero una de esas

    76. Mario Jr.

      Great review, i honestly think it’s a waste of money. They’re like $150 and a rake and tensioner is like $5, why would I spend my money on a tool to give me the code if most of the time you pick them and you let them know you can rekey the lock if they lost the key. If they want the same key that worked before they’re idiots! If by chance they are idiots then yes this tool would be handy but you can easily remove lock and use gauge keys and decode it.

      1. iltoivtes

        Demo starts at 5:12

      2. Mr. Locksmith

        It's a fun tool to have and I think it is good for Locksmiths and Lock Sport to use as a lock picking training tool. Single Pin Picking (SPP)

    77. Daddypants

      Nifty tool.

      1. Daddypants

        @Mr. Locksmith I think it would be a training tool for beginners. And I can totally see my kids using it... Definitely picking one up.

      2. Mr. Locksmith

        Having some fun with it!

    78. Kerry Parker

      Has schlage come out with a lishi pick?

      1. Dean Street

        Yes lishi is making a 5 and 6 pin Schlage production is behind on demand right now.

      2. Mr. Locksmith

        Two new Lishi Schlage picks out soon for the Schlage 5 and 6 pin locks. SC1 and SC4

    79. Chun Gai

      感谢您的分享 李氏工具保持关注

    80. Lazaro Martinez

      What is the best locks possible and most secure, bump proof and possibly unreachable without drilling...?

      1. mal Boudreaau

        Mr. Locksmith yeah they can be picked but with specialty picks. They are not a mainstream security lock so would defeat most. But for mainstream I agree with Abloy protec 2(seeing how my employer is the Abloy dealer here....lol)

      2. Mr. Locksmith

        @mal Boudreaau Bowley locks can be picked and is not a popular lock for now.

      3. Lazaro Martinez

        Thanks Mal

      4. mal Boudreaau

        Lazaro Martinez Take a look at Bowley locks

      5. Lazaro Martinez

        Thanks 👍👍