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(112) Alex’s Freaky Pinned Euro Cylinder Foil Impressioned and OPENED IN 5 SECONDS!!!

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  1. Such tools are widely available in mainland China and it seems that the lockpickers there are quite proud of their "technical skills" and "innovation". In Hong Kong, such tools are nicknamed "burglar king".

  2. 3m makes adhesive aluminum foil that is very thin for use in electronics shielding, not like Refridgeration tape… I wonder if you had a blank for the lock if you could not just put some on the blank… Worth a shot, it's cheap.

  3. And then probably $20 per pack for the special foil.

    On the other hand, my technique opens the lock once while yours gives you a functioning key or something from which to cut a proper key.

    I'm torn now between being cross with you and wanting one of those gizmos for my own collection. Damnit Bill!

  4. I can't imagine scotch tape would work. LocksmithArmy did a similar experiments using body repair foil on a key that he had done some pretty significant modifications on. If I remember correctly, he opened a 5-pin Defiant lock in one and a 4-pin Master lock in the other. That guy is REALLY innovative. A SUPER picker too – he just opened an Evva 3KS for God's sake!

  5. @jmmurdy Yeah, semi- secret shit. Pulled it out to make a point. Sometimes freakiness doesn't matter. Learned it from Koko, who beat the technology outta some Alien life form.

  6. Foil impressioning…your a bastard. People normally hang the phone up on me when I ask about this. Doesn't Falle make some stuff? Seen this also used for cars. I think it used to be popular back in 70's. Nice job.

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