No really, though I did technically pick a cheap one built into a cabinet at my office as the prior user left it locked when he left, but that was a poor lock as I opened it with a paper clip. Picking a real lock involves lining up all the pins in the lock. A good lock can't be picked in 5 seconds, even with lock picking tools, let alone a belt buckle. They may have been real locks, but they must be really cheap. I still think they are trick locks because his timing was too perfect.