How to Pick a Lock with a Credit Card- In this blog post, we will show you how to pick a lock using a credit card.
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Most people think that lock picking is only for criminals and spies, but the truth is that it can be a very useful skill for anyone to learn. Whether you want to be able to open your front door if you lose your keys or you want to be able to get into a locked Cabinet at work, learning how to pick a lock with a credit card can come in handy. It’s also a great party trick!
What You’ll Need
In order to pick a lock with a credit card, you will need the following items:
-A credit card
-A lock that can be opened with a credit card
1. Find a lock that can be opened with a credit card. Some common examples include deadbolts on doors and locks on bicycles.
2. Insert the credit card into the space between the door and the frame of the lock.
3. Apply pressure to the card so that it bends.
4. Use the bent credit card to apply pressure to the locking mechanism and push it up. The door should now be unlocked!
Picking a lock with a credit card is surprisingly simple, although it does require a bit of practice to get the hang of it. Start by inserting your credit card into the gap between the door and the frame, right above the bolt. Apply pressure to the card, pushing it into the gap as far as possible. Now, bend the card back toward you (toward the hinge side of the door) while continuing to apply pressure. The card should catch on the bolt and start to push it back. Once the bolt is flush with the frame, you should be able to turn the handle and open the door.
If you don’t have a credit card on hand, there are a few other ways to pick a lock with common household items.
– remove the screws from the back of the doorknob and remove the knob. With the knob removed, you should be able to see the locking mechanism. Insert a small screwdriver or nail into the hole in the locking mechanism and turn.
– if you have a bobby pin, straighten it out and insert it into the keyhole. Turn until the lock clicks open.
– another option is to use a paperclip. Straighten out the paperclip and insert it into the keyhole. Turn until the lock clicks open.
Picking a lock with a credit card is not as difficult as it may seem, and is a handy skill to have in your repertoire. With a little practice, you’ll be able to do it like a pro. Just remember to be careful not to damage the lock or the credit card in the process.