UFOs/Interdimensional/Ultraterrestrials. Open a Padlock with an Aluminum Can. Yup, it was so easy that he had to use a key with the key lock.
Note that you don't ever see the bottom of the lock, and that two points in the video after the cut-away show him not really holding the lock at all, because he's stabilizing it by holding onto the key in his palm. Not to mention the obvious "twist" right before the lock opens. I'm not even so sure about the combination lock, since it looks like he turns the dial slightly just before it opens. That could easily have been rigged, too. Especially with how much that shim bent against the locking mechanism. Free Scientific Books.
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As for worrying about your file, I'd worry more about what the bump key will do to the lock you're trying to open.. They can really do some damage in the hands of the wrong person.. Hacksaw blade was already suggested so I'll give it a +1. For car locks, I was at a garage sale in Anchorage many moons ago and everything was on the floor of the garage, dang near walked by a complete lockpick set for cars and truck, including the book. Wish I could get an updated version of the book. Paper CD case. The Open Organisation Of Lockpickers. This is a repository of the most up-to-date versions of Deviant's lock diagrams and animations.
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