This bump key set includes the 15 most common BEST commercial interchangeable core keys. This is a must have set for lock sport enthusiasts locksmiths and commercial property owners. These bump keys are one of the fastest, most effective ways of opening Best, Arrow and Falcon and otere aftermarket SFIC padlocks building door and deadbolt locks. These keys are made from nickel silver to produce the strongest bump key possible.
These bump keys have been precision milled specifically for lock bumping. Made from BEST OEM nickle silver key blanks made in the U.S.A. Unlike 'Look Alike' key blanks made by third party manufactures, they are durable and long lasting.
These keys will work on 5, 6 and 7 pin SFIC cores.
BEST A (BE2) – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST B – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST C – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST D – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST E – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST F – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST G – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST H – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST J – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST K – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST L – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST M – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST Q – 7 Pin Bump Key BEST R – 7 Pin Bump Key
BEST FM MASTER KEY WAY – 7 Pin Bump Key (This Key fits B, C, D, E, F, G and H keyways) This key is NOT manufactured by BEST but by ICCores. It is Nickel silver and made in the USA. FM key blanks are quite a bit thinner to accommodate so many keyways so they are prone to breakage after many uses.
Six bump key O rings (Place 3 o-rings over the key resting against the shoulder (back) of the key and between the lock face. The o-rings should make the key slightly stick out of the lock so when bumping force is applied the rings will compress putting the key in the correct positioning to bump the lock.)
Bumping Best locks is for advanced bumpers
When done correctly however, I've found that MOST cores that will bump, TEND to open to control.
From extensive in house testing we have found that we get a 85 to 90% success rate wit 5 pin cores, 75 - 80% with 6 pin cores and 50 to 60% success rate with 7 pin cores.
Be aware that when bumping locks you risk damaging the lock, this applies more so to SFIC cores.