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1. A Short History of the Lock
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Who Invented the Lock Egypt Greece Rome Europe England America Early American Lock Companies A Brief History of Automobile Locks in the United States
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2. Tools of the Trade
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3. Types of Locks and Keys
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What Is a Lock Lock Names Lock Grades Key Types Key Blank Identification Key Blank Examples Look-Alike Keys Neuter Bows
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4. Warded Locks
Types Construction Operation Repair Warded Keys
59 60 62 62 65
5. Lever Tumbler Locks
Parts Operation Repairs Varieties of Lever Tumbler Locks Lever Tumbler Lock Keys
69 69 72 72 80
6. Disc Tumbler Locks
Operation Disassembly Keying Security Cam Locks Reading Disc Tumbler Locks Double-Bitted Disc Tumbler Locks
88 89 89 89 89 90 99
7. Pin Tumbler Locks
Construction Disassembly Assembly Choosing a Pin Tumbler Lockset Pin Tumbler Cylinder Mortise Locks The Cylinder Key
103 108 111 112 113 117
8. High-Security Mechanical Locks
Underwriters Laboratories Listing Key Control Lock and Key Patents Types of High-Security Mechanical Locks
125 126 126 127
9. Masterkeying
Coding Systems Master Key Systems Masterkeying Warded Locks Masterkeying Lever Tumbler locks Materkeying Disc Tumbler locks Masterkeying Pin Tumbler Locks
149 149 150 150 153 154
Contents
Developing the Master Key System Master Key System Variations A Simple Master Key System
158 163 171
10. Detention Locks and Hardware
Types of Locks Electric Strikes Choosing the Right Equipment
175 176 176
11. Buying and Selling Safes
Types of Safes Safe Styles Installing an In-Floor Safe Moving Safes Special Safe Features Underwriters Laboratories Fire Safe Ratings Underwriters Laboratories Burglary Safe Standard Selling More Safes
183 184 185 187 187 187 188 190
12. Keyed Padlocks
Choosing a Padlock Warded Padlocks Wafer Disc Padlocks Pin Tumbler Padlocks Major Padlock Manufacturers and Their Products Helpful Hints
195 196 198 199 201 215
13. Home and Business Services
Common Problems and Troubleshooting Corbin Cylindrical Locksets The MAG Ultra 700 Deadbolt M.A.G. Engineering and Mfg., Inc. The Schlage G Series Lockset Strike Plates M.A.G. s Install-A-Lock Exit Alarm Locks and Panic Bar Deadlocks
217 219 234 236 245 268 272 276
14. Lock Picking and Impressioning
Picking Pin Tumbler Locks Why Pin Tumbler Locks Can be Picked Raking Using a Pick Gun Lock Picking Tips Picking High-Security Cylinders
297 297 300 301 301 305
Contents
The Need for Practice Impressioning Locks Other Useful Equipment and Supplies Popular Impressioning Technique Alternative Impressioning Method Problems with Impressioning Impressioning Practice Warded Bit-Key Locks
306 306 307 308 310 310 311 311
15. Servicing Automotive Locks
Vehicle Identification Numbers Basics of Automobile Lock Servicing Door Locks Ignition Locks Glove-Compartment Locks Trunk Locks Transponders American Motors Corporation Audi BMW Chrysler Datsun Ford General Motors Servicing General Motors Vehicles with VATS Honda
313 313 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 321 321 322 322 324 327 330
16. Opening Locked Cars
Opening Locked Cars Car-Opening Techniques The Long-Reach Tool Car-Opening Dispatch Procedure
331 336 338 345
17. Emergency and Forced Entry Procedures
Drilling Pin Tumbler Locks Cylinder Removal Window Entrances Office Locks Doors Unlocking Thumbcuffs, Handcuffs, and Legcuffs Forced Entry
347 348 350 350 353 355 359
18. Combination Locks
Parts Manipulation
361 362
Contents
Drilling Changing Combinations Other Keyless Locks
363 363 368
19. Electrical Access and Exit Control Systems
Electric Release Latch Strikes Circuitry Electric Door Openers Electrified Mortise Locks Electrified Knob Locks Electromagnetic Locks Electrical Keyless Locks Key-Actuated Switches
401 411 418 429 432 441 449 455
20. Working as a Locksmith
Finding a Job Business Considerations The Locksmith and the Law
461 472 483
21. Key Duplicating Machines
Critical Design Factors Framon s DBM-1 Flat Key Machine Ilco s KD50A
487 490 493
22. Test Your Knowledge
Registered Professional Locksmith Answer Sheet
23. Making Locks by Hand
A Warded Bit-Key Lock with Deadbolt English Iron Rim Lock
511 521
24. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Appendix A. Manufacturers 533 Appendix B. Locksmith Suppliers Profiles and Addresses 545 Appendix C. Miscellaneous Important Addresses, Phone Numbers, Web Sites Appendix D. Locksmithing Schools and Training Programs 553 Appendix E. Depth and Space Charts 559 Index 571 About the Author 589
To Patricia Bruce not only because she is a good friend and a fine writer but also because she listened . . . and listened . . . and listened.
Foreword
The knowledge, skill, and expertise of any true professional often can be gauged by the library of literature that he or she keeps and has read. In the often mysterious, secretive, and intriguing world of locks and locksmithing, no true professional, aficionado, or curiosity seeker would be without The Complete Book of Locks and Locksmithing, 6th edition. Just as the title states, this is by far the most complete, informative, and all-encompassing piece of literature ever assembled between two covers on this subject. As a 21-year veteran of the locksmith trade, I can tell you that the scope of this book (covering one of the oldest trades known to humans) is much broader than one would think. The locksmith profession is also often one of the most challenging and rewarding. There are few things in life that are dearer to anyone than the security of their family and worldly possessions. Having the knowledge and ability to instill and incorporate security, eliminating the helpless sense of vulnerability, is what locksmithing is all about. However, to accomplish this task, knowledge of all the available security devices and an intimate knowledge of their operation and applications are necessary. Enveloping yourself within the pages of this book certainly will set you on the right path. The test of any good source of information is that it is one that you refer to again and again. This is sure to be the case with The Complete Book of Locks and Locksmithing, 6th edition. This is so much more than a book on locks and locksmithing. It is an encyclopedia of locks and locksmithing. It is a reference manual from which anyone at any level of skill or experience can glean a wealth of information. It is an informative, well-studied, impeccably presented piece of work that required an exhaustive amount of research, cataloging, organizing, and writing to assemble and publish. This is a daunting task, demanding the talents of a skilled writer and locksmith, and Bill Phillips certainly possesses the necessary requirements to accomplish it. Bill Phillips is a knowledgeable locksmith and talented writer. He is one of those individuals who possess the rare ability to make a wide variety of complicated topics enjoyable to read and easy to understand. This is a sure sign of a talented, versatile writer. When Bill Phillips asked me to write this Foreword, I was honored and flattered. I am privileged to have Bill Phillips name included on my masthead of contributing writers. As editor of The National Locksmith magazine, I cherish his contributions on security-related topics. The National Locksmith is the oldest and most respected locksmith trade journal in the industry, serving locksmiths and security professionals since 1929. This monthly magazine has a group of the most experienced and well-respected writers in the field of locksmithing. In 2004, Bill Phillips became one of the distinguished elite to join The National Locksmith s outstanding team of contributing writers, and I couldn t be more excited to have him.
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