Welcome to the deep end of the lock picking pool. If you have been picking pin tumbler locks for a while, you have most likely come to the realization that they are just not very secure. If you want increase the challenge move up to learning how to pick Disc and dimple locks. For these specialized locks you will need the proper tools. Just as warded, wafer and pin tumbler locks have specific tools for picking them open so do Disc and dimple locks.
Bit of History
Lock pickers and lock manufacturer always play a bit of cat and mouse. With pin tumbler locks being easy to pick a more secure lock was needed. The industry response was to develop different mechanisms to thwart lock pickers. Two of the most popular higher security locking mechanisms are Disc locks and Dimple locks. The first Disc lock was invented by Abloy in 1907 …. So we have had a bit of time to work on picking this one. Dimple locks came out in the 1960's. At first, these were certainly confusing but the reality is they are pin tumbler locks with the pins now on the sides. For these types of locks the correct tools make picking them open much easier
Should I get a Dimple and Disc Lock Pick Set
If you're a locksmith you will certainly want to carry the tools and learn dimple and disc lock picking. The cost of these locks tends to be very high and they are generally placed in high security areas. These high security customers include office towers, banks, government offices and can be very beneficial to your business if you can properly service and pick these locks when called on.
Why Choose Sparrows’ Dimple and Disc Lock Picks
The development of our dimple and disk lock picks would not be possible without the impute of some truly professional pickers. Both Bosnianbill and the lock picking lawyer were influential in the mechanical design of the tools. The end result is a quality lock picking tool that has been vetted by the best in the industry to perform when you need it to.