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Lock Jigglers

Jiggling is a well-known and popular lock picking technique whereby a tool is inserted into the lock and moved about in a variety of different ways to quickly set the pins or wafers. Jigglers are cut in patterns replicating the average lock settings, which means with movement - jiggling - the pins or wafers can be set until the lock opens. Depending on the Jiggler, tension is applied with the tool itself or a separate wrench and it's not unusual for the tension wrench itself to be jiggled or 'pulsed' to assist the technique. Any good locksmith will have a selection of jigglers.