Before I start, I'd like to call to mind the fact that I could not find my answer directly through searching, although please feel free to redirect me if I am wrong.
Not long ago, I was introduced to bumping locks. Employed at my local hardware store, I have a general knowledge concerning keys and locks. Picking locks never made it past the occasional deadbolt, and of course pad locks. I recently purchased a bump key set from bumpkey.us however, while practicing on a kwikset deadbolt (set in a vise) I noticed how deep the cuts are, and how little metal is actually left, differentiating the valleys in the key. Compared to say an SC1, the KW1's key looks like a different cut. Is this how it's supposed to be? From what I have gathered, Kwiksets are among the easier of locks to bump, but with that said, out of about 200+ times, I have only been able to bump it four times. I have looked at different pictures of KW1 bump keys, and they look quite different. The triangles are much smaller on the KW1 than any other bump key I have come across. Am I missing something here? Also, I am using the pull out method, not minimal movement.