Description - Improvised Lock Picking by Steven Hampton
Master locksmith Steven Hampton has over 40 years of experience in designing different ways to open locks without keys and has personally taught dozens of today's most talented locksmiths. In this book, Hampton reveals little-known secrets for devising quick and easy lock-picking tools on the spot, using common household items found in the average home, office or garage. Through photographs and detailed exploded drawings, you'll see how these improvised tools can be used to open a wide variety of locks found all over the world. You will also find out how to get inside a front door with a safety pin, open magnetic card readers, defeat the extremely difficult Master combination padlock and much more. The key to never being locked out of anywhere is knowing how to instantly improvise the right tool for the right lock. This book will show you how.
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(280mm x 215mm x 5mm)
Publisher: Paladin Press,U.S.
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Author Biography - Steven Hampton
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.