Well, this lonely magician asking all these cheezy questions has finall bought and is currently taking a locksmithing course...
Anywho, now that I understand a lot more of the linguo around here, I have run into a problem with a padlock I am working on.
Its a Masterlock 930/6230. One of the big round high security, rekeyable bastards.
Alright so the problem. I dropped out the pin cylinder, and removed all of the bottom pins.
Anyone farmiliar with the lock knows that the top pins and springs are covered inside a metal cover. The key twisted, and since there where no bottom pins, the top pins hit the holes and springed up inside the bottom pin holes!
BLAST! Now it is jammed, wont turn either way. Any suggestions on how to get them pushed back to save my beautiful lock??