Question: What tools would you put in a “prepper’s" EDC lockpick/bypass kit? Devices that require low-skill but would have a high percentage chance of being of practical use in the fire-on-the-low-floor-need-to-get-out-the-deadbolted-and-padlocked-roof-access-door scenario or something analogous. In other words, tools that would get one through 90% of locks but would be reasonable to carry and require minimal training time. To start the discussion, below is one recommended set I found: Bypass knife (for that plethora of Chinese manufactured padlocks) Bypass knife (thin for combination padlocks) 3 or 4 Rakes 3 or 4 Tensioners (some for top of keyway, some for bottom of keyway) Minature slimjim Four or more padlock shims Set of warded-lock skeleton keys Remember, I want to build an EDC kit more for “preppers,” not lockpicker enthusiasts, that is for people who do not want to put a lot of time training in lockpicking; instead, those of us that want to be prepared for the high-percentage low-skill attack. Thanks in advance.