Sparrows Cutaway Practice Lock – Serrated Pins

Sparrows Cutaway Practice Lock – Serrated Pins

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SPARROWS FIVE PIN CUT AWAY SERRATED PINS

Learn to lock pick with Sparrows cut away locks. These practice cylinders will help you to learn and improve your lock picking skills. With the ability to see the internal working of the lock you gain the benefit of seeing how different picks can manipulate each pin. Sparrows Cut away locks come in with standard or High-security pins. Currently, all our cut away designs feature a barrel key with a schlage keyway

This five pin Serrated version allows you to work on this specialized security pin. With several notches, serrated pins bind in a unique way. Serrated pins will give the picker a false set and at the time may bind in the lock. With a cut away window, the benefit of seeing and feeling the way serrated pins set and bind at the sheer line is invaluable.

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Sparrows Cutaway Practice Lock – Serrated Pins

Learn to lock pick with Sparrows cut away locks. These practice cylinders will help you to learn and improve your lock picking skills. With the ability to see the internal working of the lock you gain the benefit of seeing how different picks can manipulate each pin. Sparrows Cut away locks come in with standard or High-security pins. Currently, all our cut away designs feature a barrel key with a schlage keyway

This five pin Serrated version allows you to work on this specialized security pin. With several notches, serrated pins bind in a unique way. Serrated pins will give the picker a false set and at the time may bind in the lock. With a cut away window, the benefit of seeing and feeling the way serrated pins set and bind at the sheer line is invaluable.

The one question that we get is what is the difference between a clear acrylic practice lock and a Brass cut away. A brass cutaway has different feedback. With the brass pins on a brass shell the feedback that you feel in both the pick and in your fingers holding the shell is sharper. The clicks from picking are also a more natural to that of real lock. These differences are minor but as you gain experience you will start to notice the difference. Just starting out? Then grab which works best for you, you can’t go wrong and both will teach you the essentials.

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