When the correct key is all the way in and the 'shoulder' of the key rests against the inner cylinder, all the gaps between the pins inside the lock align on the 'sheer line', and the inner cylinder is free to turn.
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Videos Of Bump Keying
Posted 06 January 2016 - 02:58 AM
one video can explain a lot. but it would also depend on the person's multi-intellectual skills if he can understand better via visual or by reading or by hearing. but for me this video explained a lot.
Glad it helped you out! Actually this guy's channel is one of the best when it comes to lock picking: https://www.youtube....r/SALEXTWENTY5/
you might find a trick or two! And this forum has been very great for any key related problems.