Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Dyno Kwik Pick

This pick has become one of our more popular picks, and we have had many questions on the best way to use this pick.

The Dyno Kwik Pick is a spring loaded snake lock pick inside an aluminum tube.

 Dyno Kwik Pick Instructions ( the ones that come with the item )

Step 1


  • 1. Loosen the thumb screw and slide it forward to expose the pick. Tighten the thumb screw to secure the pick in place.
  • 2. Loosen the end cap counter clockwise to release the tension wrench.

Step 2

  • 3. Insert the tension wrench into the lock mechanism with no tension.
  • 4. Insert the pick into the lock mechanism with the hump portion of the pick toward the pins.

Step 3

  • 5. Move the pick in-and-out and up-and-down in the lock mechanism while applying slight turning pressure on the tension wrench. (DO NOT FORCE THE TENSION WRENCH)
  • 6. The pick begins to line up the pins to a shear line as the tension wrench applies slight pressure to prevent the pins from dropping back down.

Step 4

  • 7. Once the pick has lined up all the pins to a shear line, the tension wrenc, acting as a replacement key, turns to open the lock.
  • 8. If the lock does not open after 5 or 6 atempts release pressure on the tension wrench and repeat steps 2 through 4.
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Another use for this lock pick.

Being that this is a spring loaded pick we can also use it as a quick rake or kwik rake. To do that follow all the steps below:  (Remember not to tighten the thumb screw)
  • 1. Loosen the thumb screw and slide it forward to expose the pick. Keep screw loose.
  • 2. Loosen the end cap counter clockwise to release the tension wrench.
  • 3. Insert the tension wrench into the lock mechanism with no tension.
  • 4. Insert the pick into the lock mechanism with the hump portion of the pick toward the pins.
  • 5. Once the pick is completely inserted into the lock, release the screw, and allow the pick to retract.
  • 6. Once the pick has lined up all the pins to a shear line, the tension wrench, acting as a replacement key, turns to open the lock.
  • 7. If the lock does not open after 5 or 6 attempts release pressure on the tension wrench and repeat steps 4 and 5.
I have found this method of using the Dyno Kwik Pick very effective and fast. 

This lock pick is a great tool for beginners to the masters and is made of quality material. As with all picks, this pick can wear and break, but you can purchase replacement needles very cheap from Bump My Lock.