Folding Pocket Set

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This Jack Knife is a cloned version of the very successful RCS FPS-8 aluminum handle Jack Knife. It has 7 picks and 1 Bullnose tension tool.  The handle is molded from glass filled nylon; this material is extremely light and durable.  

Upon request we can modify the "Jack Knife" lock picks to better fit your needs.

7 Piece .020 Thickness

  • #02 - Small Diamond
  • #05 - Single Ball
  • #08 - Short Hook (flat top)
  • #11 - Snake (3/7 raker)
  • #12 - Camel Back
  • #13 - Saw Tooth
  • #9E - FALE Reach
  • #Bullnose Tension Tool

6 Piece .025 Thickness

  • 6 brand new pick profiles in .025 (as seen in picture when selected).

Made In The USA

If for any reason this product fails return item for a free repair or replacement.



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  • 5
    Best Lockpick tool I have used

    Posted by Alice Rosenberg on 5th Mar 2018

    I own a lot of sets, and this pick set is by far my go-to. It's extremely lightweight which is a huge selling point, and all the parts move well.

  • 5
    Great set

    Posted by Michael on 12th Oct 2017

    This is a perfect, small, lightweight set which includes all the most common tools necessary to pick pin tumbler locks. I love that the tension wrench slides into the case. It keeps everything together. This is the most well-designed lockpick set on the market.

  • 4
    Great for beginners

    Posted by Thales on 11th Apr 2017

    I wish I had this when I first started out, built with great material and cheap... picks are top notch! I just wish I got their better version made out of metal, the plastic body is ok but since I'm more of an experienced picker and not a beginner, I'd enjoy their metal one a lot better! Long story short, buy this if you're a beginner, buy their better version if you are more experienced =)

  • 5

    Posted by Ralph T. on 20th Sep 2016

    This thing is better than in the pictures! Its so light you can feel everything.

  • 5
    Best in class!

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Jul 2016

    Great emergency pick set. Nice design. Not the toughest, but for occasional use the handiest. It is small and light and has the right design to easily switch out picks. Which I did. SouthOrd and HPC have a more robust design, but this is easier to carry and a far more useful pick selection. I wouldn't use it for training or my only pick, but for edc this unit rules!

  • 5
    good little thing

    Posted by Eric on 25th Jul 2016

    Works well, built quality, and the torque wrench slides into it. I keep it on my key chain so its always available when I need it. Im a novice and picked by front door bolt lock in about a minute. Its a good thing, buy one ;)

  • 5
    Best lock pick set I own

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Jul 2016

    I have owned several basic lock pick sets including traditional, titanium, micro pocket sets and credit card. This is without a doubt the best, lightest, and most useful and easily carried set I have ever used.

  • 5

    Posted by Chris M. on 2nd May 2016

    This is my go to set! I Edc them everyday. Quality workmanship. Quality product. If your on the wall about getting this go ahead and pull the trigger you really won't be disappointed. I never write reviews on anything I purchase but thought this one deserved one for what it's worth. Price is right too. Strong plastic and well thought out. I took out the ball pick and small diamond and replaced them with the bogota and triple diamond now it's the perfect set for me! Got me bustin locks like Harry hodini.. I'd purchase again and again. Matter of fact I'll be ordering the aluminum one for my SERE kit. GET THIS YOU WONT BE DISAPPOINTED!!!

  • 3
    Not bad.

    Posted by Brandon on 12th Apr 2016

    I like the concept and the product fits the price tag. I like the modularity; I swapped out the half diamond for a hollow half, and the ball for a bogota on mine. I do wish the picks were a bit more robust. They feel flimsy and I can already see breaking one easily. I would rather two fewer picks and the rest be stronger. They also need polishing.