5. The components in this photo are all you need to
spike the lock: 9v battery, connector with alligator
clips, and some wire. Less than ten bucks total.
6. I look in the hole with my 70 degree scope.
Perfect. I can see my spiking point on the board
(see arrow), about 3/4” due left of the hole I just
drilled in the lock case.
7. I love watching. I insert my .029 thick Malin wire
into the hole and feed it over toward the spiking
point, and watch through my scope as I touch a wire
to the spiking point. Click—she’s open!