Locksmith Test #3
Which type of pick is employed when raking?
When a security pin is picked, what happens?
The keyway moves slightly forward
Which tension wrench is appropriate for high-security locks?
In a lock, where are the pins located?
What purpose does the 3/4 pick serve?
Raking is the process of trying to move several pins simultaneously using a lock picking tool. This approach is designed for speed and effectiveness when used with low-security locks and locks that use calm-bitting keys (the pins do not fluctuate between the highest and lowest depths)
A lockset known as a passage set has
Passage - This lockset performs absolutely no locking. used in locations where a locking feature is not required, such as closets or room entrances where privacy is not a concern. Full-size door knobs or handlesets that lack a mechanical latch mechanism are known as full dummy sets.
Which lock brand can a K1 or L1054B key blank fit?
How many feet above the surface of the landing must the side rails of the portable ladder extend in order to access an upper landing area?
What connects a mortise lock to a mortise cylinder?
A large machine screw is what a mortise cylinder actually is. It threads into the mortise lock's body. A set screw stops it from rotating.
What kind of tumbler is used most frequently in file cabinet locks?
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