After many requests from locksmiths to offer a puller shaft designed to use a 1/4" x 20 thread, we have created a puller shaft to work with the Lockmasters kit or the HPC kit.  The shaft is made from stainless steel and features a universal top section to accept the 3/8" square wrench provided with the Lockmasters kit or a 1/4" rod shaft that is used with the HPC puller kit.  The shaft comes complete as shown in the photo.  If you have an HPC kit, you have the option to use your ball bearing type nut instead of the one provided as the thread is the same on puller shafts.  Part #SPSQ20

This is the best tool to use after using the safe deposit nose drilling guide to prep the nose for 1/4" x 20 screw



 This new tool is designed to simplify drilling safe deposit box renter noses. It eliminates the problem of the plug spinning while attempting to drill and it allows the technician to install a perfectly placed ¼” x 20 tapped hole in the nose.  For over 40 years we have always used a ¼” x 20 bolt for pulling safe deposit box renter noses. The advantage of using a ¼” bolt in your puller is the nose will always come out successfully without stripping or breaking the screw. One of the problems of drilling the renter nose is preventing it from spinning during the drilling process. Depending on the brand of the lock and the nose material, this can be a problem. This new tool eliminates these issues and it is universal to fit most brands and models of safe deposit locks.   PART #SDNDG Click here for a demonstration video



This amazing tool instantly opens the renter side of the Lefebure 7700 safe deposit lock without any damage.  It works on "new" style Lefebure locks that have been produced since the mid 1980s that use the 2 hole metal or plastic change lug design.  The "old" style lock with the cross shape change lug uses a different style lever inside and this tool is not designed for this version.

After opening the lock simply turn the change lug, continue turning the tool and guard key to the neutral position and remove the remaining brass tip without disassembling the lock.  The entire opening and changing process of the renter key can be performed in under 2 minutes without damage.

Tool kit is supplied with the permanent red handle tool and 10 replacement tips, 1 tip is expended on it's use.  Replacement tips can be purchased separately in any quantity.



This tool is quite similar to the Lefebure 7700 opening tool except it is designed for the fixed lever 7300 model.  It is designed to work on flat keyway versions only in either nose diameter.  Due to the 3 different internal designs of this lock built in the 1970s to 2000s, the tool does not have a 100% success rate like the 7700 opening tool.  The tool comes with 2 different shims to help to counteract the internal variables which makes it successful on many locks.  The tool kit comes with the permanent black tool, a .020" & .050" shim and 10 replacement tips. One tip is expended on each use.  Replacement tips can be purchased in any quantity.



This tool is similar to the Lefebure 7700 & 7300 tools.  It is designed to open the renter side of this lock using a flat keyway without any damage.  After the lock is open, you can turn the change lug on the inside and put the lock into neutral.  With the lock in neutral, the tip can be pulled out without disassembling the lock.  Remove the tip, insert a new renter key or neutral key and turn the change lug to engage the levers.  Opening and resetting the lock can completed in under 2 minutes.  The tool consists of the permanent blue tool, 1 spacer shim and 10 replacement tips.  One tip is expended on each use.  Replacement tips can be purchased in any quantity.



This original tool design was invented by myself in the 1990s shortly after the lock hit the market.  The lock features a color coded detented spacing device as found on many of my high security safe lock picks that allows the user absolute control of the levers.  Due to a design error in the lock, the tool takes advantage of the false gate placement on the levers.  The lock can often be picked in 1 or 2 minutes but it does require an understanding of the lock.  The lock is a pick and not a force tool but with proper understanding and practice, the tool will accomplish thousands of openings.  Once the lock is picked, simply use the security allen wrench provided to put the renter side into neutral, insert the new key and tighten down the change mechanism.  This lock can be picked open and reset without removing the lock from the door.  This tool is also very useful for solving "jammed locked open" scenarios when the bank incorrectly set the lock but the door is open.  Since one mounting screw is covered when the bolt is extended, even though the door is open you can't unscrew the lock to repair it.  Simply use the pick to retract the bolt and reset the lock properly.  Tool comes with blue pick tool and security allen change tool .


S&G 4400 / 4500 PIN & CAM TOOL



This is an amazing tool that will pick open the renter side of the six lever S&G 4400 - 4442 – 4443 – 4444- 4231 & 4420 locks  & the current style S&G 4500 series seven lever key changeable lock in both 3/8” & 1/2” nose lengths. The pin & cam design actually opens the lock by decoding the renter side as you build the key through the process. This tool requires very little skill to master the technique because it decodes the lock instead of picking it. With practice, you can open these locks in anywhere from 3 – 12 minutes without damaging the lock. This advanced precision tool features a key blade made of Titanium for the ultimate strength. Part #SG 4400  




SAFE DEPOSIT KEY DECODER - Finally a tool that decodes safe deposit keys in seconds without using a caliper to determine the key combination. This double sided stainless steel plate has four precision decoding tracks. It will decode Mosler 5700/3175 flat renter keys, S&G 4400 renter keys, Diebold 175-05 renter keys and Lefebure 7300/7700 renter keys. The tool also features an innovative spacing device to determine the actual spacing locations. Simply place the key on the plate with the tip aligned at the “TIP” location and the spacing lines indicate the precise locations to determine the cuts. Another Lock Defeat Technology first!!