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Do bump keys work on a standard padlock?
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How do you pick a padlock?
With a tension wrench, apply pressure and torque on the cylinder with tapping at the pins with a pick, work from back to front to find the hardest pin to tap. (most resistance) Mix a combination of varying torque, pressure, and pushing the pin until it locks, once it has been locked move on to the second hardest pin. An average padlock has 2-6 pins depending on the quality most only have 4 or 3. You can also use a bump key. A bump key is a key that's crafted in such a way that all grooves are at the maximum depth. You're going to insert the bump key all the way in before pulling it back a notch. Hold the handle of the key with one hand and use your other hand to give the key a bump. Use something like a hammer's handle. Wait for a split-second before turning the key towards the direction that will open the lock. Repeat if necessary. Just remember to always pull it back a notch.
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What does bump proof ANSI grade 1 rated deadbolts mean?
Well lets start with what the term Bump means. Bumping is a technique that locksmiths and now criminals are using to open locks instead of the old standard method of picking them. In short a person has a key that the same type as the lock you have i.e. you have a Kwikset lock and key, the person bumping the lock would also use a Kwikset key. They would put their key into your lock and use a small hammer or object to hit the key which causes the pins in the key cylinder to jump out of he way and allows the person to turn your key cylinder and unlock your door. Thus why it is called bumping. So the first part of the Bump Proof means that the lock is not able to be bumped. The second part ANSI grade 1 is a rating used by the American National Standards Institute to determine the amount of wear and tear a lock can handle. Grade one is the highest. So the second part of the question means that you have the highest grade of deadbolt. Typically a Bump proof lock is a keyless lock using a keypad for entrance rather than a key way thus eleminating the ability to be bumped. I am including a link to one I found online at GoKeyless.com http://gokeyless.com/product.php?id=131&main=1 I do not know if it is a grade one or not but it is only one example. You can buy other bump resistant keyway locks and deadbolts but unless there is no keyway at all it is really tough for it to be 100% bump proof.