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What every locksmith should know

Number of visits: Date:2016-7-11 09:02

The full article is published in the current edition of sister publication Locks and Security Magazine

By Brian Morland

The very nature of being a modern day locksmith is that he answers the needs of his customers locking security needs, and that more often than not is to repair, replace or upgrade an existing lock. One aspect of the work that I have always particularly enjoyed is when I'm called to a property or indeed to a safe or even a piece of furniture, where the lock has failed or the key is lost.

The first challenge is to identify the problem from the presented situation; a locked door, safe or cabinet. Before any of the tools or skills that have been learnt can be applied, you first have to call upon another set of skills, arguably more important than physical dexterity skills and that is to identify the presented problem and the exact version of the locked or failed device in order to apply the correct instruments and skills. This is no mean task but can save a lot of hard work if part of your rational was to familiarise yourself with the locks of the past.

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