Folding Pocket Set - 8E
The body is machined from solid aluminum billet with the precision of a Swiss watchmaker. The locking lever needs only to be pushed up 90 degrees to allow the 8 picks to move freely. When tightened the locking lever positively locks all picks.
The Jack Knife comes set up with the following picks: E1, E2, E3, E4, E5, E6, E7, E8 and one Bullnose tension tool.
Removal of the tension tool from its storage slot is accomplished with a simple push in the thumb slot. The tool will snap out into your hand, no broken thumbnails! The 8 picks can be easily removed and changed and requires no tools.
Upon request we can modify the"Jack Knife" lock picks to better fit your needs.
- Bullnose Tension Tool
Made In The USA
If for any reason this product fails return item for a free repair or replacement.
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I am a security consultant and needed a concealable full-featured pick set to take with me to client engagements as well as to have on hand "just-in-case". I ordered this model because I liked the inclusion of the Bogata/wave rake for quick access to the cheaper locks as well as some of the other picks included being my favorite. Also the replacement picks are cheap in case I break something. When I first got the set I noticed it was smaller in form factor than I originally thought which was a plus for me. I took it to a local lockpicking club and was very happy with it right off the bat. The tension wrench is sturdy and well made, if a bit large for some of those small locks with the tight keyway. In any case it's on my desk right now as I play with locks constantly for stress relief at work as well. The locking mechanism locks the picks in place firmly and folds away neatly when you're done. It will be a welcome and permanent addition to my collection for years to come. I invite you to try it out and see if you like it as well as I do.
This compact tool is a clever and covert tool, it is a very dependable tool, great engineering! Two thumbs up!!
it is a pretty awesome litte tool to have around. I'm new at the hobby of lock picking but I like that I might have a practice lock someplace i dont have my tools..i just take this out and play around. I would imagine it is the same thing if you are an expert and for some reason need to pick a lock and you got this in your pocket
This is my "one tool". It is very well designed. The SouthOrd version is more of a cartoon depiction of a pick. This one is a real tool. Mine did break after about four years (the holding screw stripped out) but this is possibly due to modifications I made. That I am buying another one is testimony to how much I like this tool. I recommend the 8E (slim euro version). This website also sells blanks to make your own picks, but I recommend instead making picks out of feeler stock since you will then be able to use 15 mil thickness rather than 20 mil. It would be nice if there were an ultra-slim version available in which all the picks were 15 mil!