This advanced manual brings locksmithing into the electronic age, with schematic diagrams for portable electronic picks to open magnetic key and card locks plus templates for making custom tools not available on the commercial market. Tips on enhancing finger sensitivity, increasing concentration power, constructing practice lock boxes and more will help you master the art and science of lock picking.
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.20(d)|
About the Author
Steven Hampton became interested in locks and electronics at an early age. At 14 he acquired a set of U.S. Air Force electronic training manuals and began building various transistor circuits by scalping radios and junkyard TVs. At 17 he was making his own lockpicks and was considered a master lockpicker, and by the time he was 18 he'd invented the magnetic padlock, which is still on the market today. After a stint in the navy, he studied digital electronics and worked in many technical fields. He also became interested in the martial arts, studying Tibetan White Crane kung fu, jujitsu and wing chun.
Table of ContentsChapter 1 - Making the Tools
Chapter 2 - Magnetic Locks
Chapter 3 - Disc Tumbler and Puzzle Locks
Chapter 4 - Energizing Your Hands
Chapter 5 - Tips for Success