Sparrows Expansion Pick Set
The Sparrows Expansion Set
If you already own the Kick Start set than this is the next set you need to increase your tool set and the number of locks you can open. With this set you will increase the number of different rakes in your tool kit and build on the speed with which you can open locks. The set comes with a Shallow Euro for higher security single pin picking a Twin peak for raking a Snake rake that is designed for Best locks but opens much more than just that. Rounding out the set is the traditional half Diamond . The six tension wrenches are also all different than the ones in your starter set. These picks are the same as the pro lock picks and also come in with the same smooth finish.
Included in this set
1 x Snake Rake (Best Buster) 0.025 thick
1 x Half Diamond 0.025 thick
1 x Twin Peak 0.025 thick
1 x Shallow Euro Hook 0.025 thick
6 x Tension Wrenches
The"Shallow Euro" hook is intended for small and restrictive keyways often found in European, and "high security" locks such as Yale and Chubb. The slack curvature and slender profile allows the pick to slide past set pins and through highly restrictive keyways where a standard short hook is too large to do the job.
The "Small half Diamond" acts like a wedge while manipulating pins in keyways that are arranged in a manner that disallows a hook-type pick. The half diamond wedges itself under, and sometimes past the pins that are set too low to get a traditional hook under.
The "Best-Buster" is an altered profile similar to the traditional "snake rake". This rake is effective on many lock types, but is specifically designed for shallow, sweeping key bitings like those found in Best, Arrow, and Falcon locks.
The "Twin-Peak" is most effective on the withdrawal stroke of the makeing it one of the most effective rakes available. It differs from a traditional rake in the way it functions by using a "ramping" effect similar to bumping.
This Set has changed over the time to improve its overall effectiveness. As more information and new methods are developed it only makes sense to change the Expansion Set