Pick a Lock in SECONDS with a Bump Key
So what you do, is first insert a tension wrench. (That’s the L-shaped tool on the bottom.) This will let you turn the cylinder slightly and apply some torque to the lock. Then you dive in with your pick and feel out the pins. You simply need to find the pin that you can push outside of the cylinder first. (That’s the one with the little yellow stamp on it.) Once all of the pins are set, you just turn the torque wrench, and the lock should spring open.