Device that, when clamped into a vise, allows for the practice of destructive methods of overcoming, such as breaking or cutting a cylindrical insert. The advantage is easy reinstallation of new cylindrical inserts for reuse. The trainer is characterized by long life and durability during training. Fixing the cylindrical insert in the cylindrical lock, in combination with regular hinges, allows for the practice of all non-destructive methods of overcoming, such as picking, raking, and bumping.
This device should be present in units and divisions equipped with toolkits for overcoming mechanical barriers.