Home Lock Picking for Beginners (247) The “Secret” to Opening Evva Locks

(247) The “Secret” to Opening Evva Locks


LockLab is Fan funded!  Help pay for stuff to review, break and talk trash about, and maybe even give away when we’re done.  Join the Tribe!

My vises are made by Panavise, a U.S. Company.  The one with the wide jaws is the model 350.  The smaller one is the model 301. Both have the 312 Base mount – www.panavise.com



  1. Alex Blate is Obsessed hahahahah little bitch if you stand for me i will punch you and your locks in your face little how bitch

  2. Bill I noticed that when your holding the pick you have it sitting right on top of your finger.  is that how you get your feedback when picking?

  3. may i suggest a make of picks which might interest you, i have found that these picks are very good at getting into narrow passage ways and there high end tension bars give the best feedback that i have ever felt in my life. I have a set of STORM picklocks (Ops 25 operator set to be specific). I look at you and think of you as an idol and may i also suggest if you can to help beginners by posting a video reviewing different picksets. thanks and great video

  4. we have new evva high security locks i'll look tomorrow what type of lock they are but the have 6 pins up 6 pins down the magnet and 3 pins on ech side have fun picking one of them haha :D

  5. Well, i'm proud now.
    You picked the lock in 5 minutes.
    I picked the same Evva door lock in 20 seconds.
    I heave lots of secrets and this is one of them.
    The secret is to know where the pins are. 3-4-5 mm Distance.
    Yeah, i kinda told my secret. L0L

  6. That little wheel on the head stock of your mill… it should be there somewhere. Remember the phrase "shave off another 'thou"? You know what, just send me your mill. I'll do some instructional videos… you're liable to hurt yourself (or more locks) if you keep this up. I have images of you with a hunk of HSS or carbide embedded in your forearm. 😀

  7. On the plus side… I got the wife pregnant on our very first attempt. Perhaps the pile-driving instinct is a valuable evolutionary artifact. 😀

  8. I have improved massively — at least in terms of pick mortality. But, yeah, even the .034 Southord Max picks end up bent all to hell in my hands. Luckily, they bend back and keep on going.

  9. I wish that Peterson made something in .020 or .023. I just find the .015 too flimsy, particularly when you really need to bear down on a deeply-false-set super-spool or the like. You might try sanding/grinding down the tip of the DCAP by a few thousandths… just make sure you get a good taper back into the shank or you're pretty much guaranteed to bend and break it at the transition point.

  10. That's why, when evaluating pick-resistance, they have multiple pickers pick several locks. From what I've heard, the variance is very high. But I've never met even a mid-grade EVVA that I'd call "easy". 😀

Comments are closed.

WP Facebook Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com