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How to open a padlock without a key

Как вскрыть навесной замок

Padlock, removable lock - a lock, the independent design of which allows you to completely separate it from the fixation elements (eyelets on the door leaf and door frame, bicycle frame and fixed support ...). Has a many times greater field of application than stationary door locks and therefore a greater number of modifications of the case and the bow.

If you have lost the keys to the lock, then try to use one of the methods suggested in the article for his autopsy. In most cases, they really work.

Suspended (hanging, granary) castles appeared several thousand years ago and are actively used today. Today they can be found most often at the gates of garages, in cottages, farm buildings, warehouses and so on. Such locks successfully combine simplicity, ease of use and reliability. If the lock of the lock is made of good steel, then cutting or knocking it down can be quite difficult. However, there are simple ways to open almost any padlock without a key, which we want to share with you in this article.

How to open a padlock using two wrenches

How to open a Chinese padlock in a couple of seconds

Lock pick from aluminum can

To open the lock in this way, you will need an empty can of beer or cola. From it it is easy to cut and form a special form of trefoil, the middle tongue of which is the opening of the castle.

Pick-pin from aluminum can (method 2)

Lock pins and clips

This is the most famous and, one might say, classic method of hacking a castle. We have seen many times in the cinema how an attacker gets a paper clip and starts to poke hard at the keyhole. This video shows how this is actually done. And here is another version of this method, which uses the clamp from the cap for the handle and the hair clip.

Knock-off knife

The third video demonstrates an absolutely simple way of opening small locks with a knife. Obviously, this method does not always work, but it's worth trying. Especially when it comes to Chinese products used on bags and suitcases.

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