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Lock bumping is a lock picking technique for opening a pin tumbler lock using a specially-crafted bump key. One bump key will work for all locks of...
You’ll need a hole saw sized for the door handle you are installing and a space bit to bore the hole for the dead latch. The most common size hole...
It’s the distance from the edge of the door to the center of the hole where the deadbolt will be installed. The most common setbacks are 2-3/8"...
Consider installing a stronger strikeplate—these are larger and have much longer...
Yes, there is an adjustable...
A gunlock fits over the trigger to prevent the firing of the gun. A good gun lock will cover the trigger completely and have a quality, pin-tumbler...
Aircraft cable is a good alternative. You can swage both ends and use it with a padlock. It’s more attractive than a heavy chain, and it can be...
A single-cylinder is key operated from the outside while a double cylinder is key operated on both sides. They both have their...
The high-security padlocks often have cases that provide a collar around most of the shackle. That makes it harder to get bolt cutters on...
While brass padlocks will hold up better in the weather than standard ones, most people are happier with the plastic weatherproof casing. Obviously,...
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