Categories Covered \"Advanced Plus Manual and Tools program \". 1. Introduction to the Locksmith industry. 2. locksmith Terminology. 3. Locksmith Fire Codes and wiring requirements. 4. Locksmith Licensing requirements. 6. Locksmith Trade organizations. 7. Locksmith Trade shows. 8. Locksmith Exam. 9. Locksmith Certificate. 10. Local and online locksmith Suppliers. 11. Laying out Master keying charts. 12. Commercial Master keying. 13. Residential Master keying. 14. Commercial Master key charts. 15. Master keying Software and systems. 16. Inventory tools and Supply list. Van setup 17. Master keying the Mike Gibson. C. \"Inter Changeable\" core. 18. Making an Mike Gibson. C. Core schlage Change key . 19. Un - Master pinning. \"Dropping master pins\" 20. Key blank identification. 21. Lock Function and design. 22. Mushroom Pins. 23. Barrel Pins. 24. Driver pins. 25. Electronic Door Strikes. 26. Electronic Remote door access. 27. Electronic card key access. 28. key pads control and access. 29. Electronic controlled Panic bars. 30. Electronic Mag locks. 31. Electronic Detex alarm locks. 32. Marketing your business. 33. Commercial accounts. 34. Business and non-compete contracts. 35. Yellow pages Advertise and web ads 36. Newspaper advertising. 37. Direct mail advertising and flyers. 38. Day to day business operations. 39. Applying for a locksmith position. 40. Internet based marketing. 41. U.S. Post office box requirements. 42. Mail box locks. 43. Lock picking Residential. 44. Lock picking commercial. 45. Lock picking devices.
46. Plug spinners. 47. Tension wrenches. 48. Bump keys. 49. Tubular lock picking Device. 50. Tubular Pad locks. 51. Picking Ace Key locks. 52. Commercial forced entry. 53. Drilling open commercial and residential locks. 54. Dead bolt installation for wood or Medal doors. 55. Key Duplication. 56. Using Depth keys. 57. key machine adjustment. 58. code machines. 59. Automotive Code machines. 60. Automotive lockouts. 61. Automotive security forms. 62. Automotive key identification. 63. Automotive airbags. 64. Impressioning automotive locks. 65. Impressioning Plate. 66. Pippin Files verses The Rat Tail. 67. Lock Re Keying Commercial. 68. Lock Re Keying Residential. 69. Kwikset Keying kit. 70. Multi- purpose Keying kits. 71. Kwikset set cylinder removal tool. 72. Professional locksmith tweezers. 73. Multi- purpose followers. 74. Professional File set. 75. Keyable pad locks. 76. Installing Top Spring caps. 77. Lock Shimming. 78. Wafer Tumbler Locks. 79. Safe Combination Key change. 80. Safe Combination hand change. 81. Installation Jigs. 82. Installing door and lock hardware. 83. Switch operated fire break doors. 84. Alarm systems and Fire alarms. 85. Door hinge pinning \"Safe room\". 86. Overhead and floor mount door closer's. 87. Understanding Door handing. 88. Surface mounted panic devices. 89. Panic bar repair and Installation.
1. Lock cylinder design In this first segment we look at the inside of various lock cylinders giving you a good understanding of how all standard locks function on the inside. It is important to have this understanding before one can effectively begin the process of picking a lock.
2. Lock preparation In this segment we establish some guidelines for preparing the lock cylinder for picking. Also giving you a in depth description of each of the nine tools in the HPC-15 pick set as well as the southern ordinance stainless steel set that comes with the course.
4. Pick selection In this segment we go through the process of choosing the proper picks and tension wrench used in the picking process based on the various types of lock cylinders. This section is critical to your success. 5. Plug spinner function In this segment we cover the proper use and function of the RY57 Plug spinner.
# 101a Advanced Lock Picking \"Comes on your Flash drive.\" The Advanced Lock Picking Course covers in more depth many of the subjects covered in the #101 Lock Picking Course with many additional topics such as physically drilling open locks as well as your tubular lock and electric pick gun. Because of the skill and additional techniques required to be proficient in this area, Mike felt it important to share with you more in depth the process and techniques of lock picking. Below are still shots from this video. 153554b96e