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Mul-T-Lock [487] Mul-T-Lock Jr. Picked and Gutted ()

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Категория: Испытание замков (взлом, тестирование)
Метод тестирования: Взлом отмычками
Цилиндровый механизм. Производитель: Mul-T-Lock. Артикул:
Описание: [487] Mul-T-Lock Jr. Picked and Gutted ()
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Время взлома: 3 мин

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EnergeticWaves EnergeticWaves 09.10.2018
what do you mean by counter rotation?
         Samniss Arandeen Samniss Arandeen 09.06.2019->When picking, and tensioning the lock, the core will rotate a little bit into the direction you're tensioning. When a security pin is being forced upwards by the pick, it'll rotate the core back in the opposite direction. That is counter rotation.
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MLWATKK MLWATKK 21.03.2018
Are the pins steel for anti-drill?
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tonyholt90 tonyholt90 11.06.2017
great video and informative too!
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taser1984 taser1984 11.06.2017
Don't think I've ever seen a mortise cylinder with a tailpiece. Any idea what application this would be used in? I can't really imagine how it would function.
         Senior MGTOW Senior MGTOW 13.06.2017->My error, it is a combination lock, usable in both combinations. Change tail pieces and it goes both ways.
It's a rim cylinder, LPL miss stated the mounting. A mortise cylinder screws into the lock mechanism that is "Mortised" into the door, then the attached tail piece activates the lock mechanism from the inside.
Where a rim cylinder is attached to the door typically with a rear plate and screws that pass through the prepped hole in the door and the opening force is transmitted through the tail piece to the "Rim" mounted lock mechanism.
The deadbolt is a hybrid of both mechanisms. The bolt being drilled and "mortised" into the door edge and the outside and inside cylinders and control are "rim" mounted on the door.
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skygh skygh 11.06.2017
Nice job LPL!. I gotta ask where you got the flag pick you used. I have a Souber set which is decent but doesn't have everything I am looking for nor a thick pry bar.
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STIG..LOCKS..R STIG..LOCKS..R 10.06.2017
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxerlent work once again mate nice pick keep it up thanks stiglocks..r
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The Lock Picking Lebowski The Lock Picking Lebowski 10.06.2017
Seems like that might be a good starter dimple lock for a dimple novice like myself. I have the double-sided clear practice dimple lock.
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SUNCOAST PICKER SUNCOAST PICKER 10.06.2017
very well explained on how to tension. thanks LPL FOR THE GREAT VIDEO. ??????
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Southampton Lock Picking Club Southampton Lock Picking Club 10.06.2017
Great video as always mate, nice little lock and fantastic information in this video, for those looking to start picking dimple locks ?
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BlackDolphin90 BlackDolphin90 10.06.2017
can these be used as rim cylinder locks for wooden doors since it has the tail piece.....?
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Gantry Gantry 10.06.2017
Thanks for breaking down the "do's", dont's" & "how too's"
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Mr Whale XXX Mr Whale XXX 10.06.2017
Also Mr. LPL, do you know what a Knox box is? If not would you be able to look it up. I am having trouble picking it, because I can't provide tension. The core just won't do it. Any ideas?
         Mr Whale XXX Mr Whale XXX 12.06.2017->Michael Clark It actually is. I have it for my business, and I have the key. I just wanted to see if it could be picked
         Michael Clark Michael Clark 10.06.2017->Mr Whale XXX I'm 100% sure that box isn't yours. Don't be picking stuff that you don't own
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ABLOY EXPERT ABLOY EXPERT 09.06.2017
Mul-T-Lock Jr now has a Die Cast Plug &gt; It is NOT made of brass<br />The 008J Keyway is very wide BUT part of the &quot;Classic Even Sectional Master Group&quot;<br />&gt; Most Likely made by &quot;ASSA ABLOY Occidental&quot; &amp; pinned in the USA now<br />&gt; Older versions had a brass plug, anti-drill ball, NO Spool pins, Non original lower pins<br />&gt; ALL versions have NO masterkeying side pins possible &amp; are available KD only<br />&gt; 008J is a common Rav Bariach Keyway
         ahmadaamer6 ahmadaamer6 10.04.2019->Do you know what year it was changed to a die cast plug from brass?
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Mr Whale XXX Mr Whale XXX 09.06.2017
Also, is there a really cheap mediocre lock pick set? I have a very limited budget.
         Mr Whale XXX Mr Whale XXX 09.06.2017->mwiz100 ok. Thank you
         mwiz100 mwiz100 09.06.2017->bosianbill has a few videos on cheap lock pick sets (what's worth it and what's not.) Really depends on how low your budget is. Sparrows picks are pretty affordable and really quite good. Very happy with my set. I personally would rather get less picks of better quality (sparrows set) than a cheap set of 30 "eh" picks for the same price.
         Derkman96 Derkman96 09.06.2017->Mr Whale XXX southord has a good beginner set for about twenty usd. all its missing is a good triple peak/bogota rake
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Mr Whale XXX Mr Whale XXX 09.06.2017
I have a question. So I use a Credit Card Lock pick Set. What do you recommend for that? I normally use a rake, cause I&#39;m not the best with the others.
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://about _blank ://about _blank 09.06.2017
Would you say that Mul-T-Lock dimple style locks are more secure than your usual pin-tumbler designs? It seems that it puts up more of a fight when picking and greater pin density could allow for more complex pinning.
         Mole Mole 08.08.2017->Kwikset? This Junior is way better. Sure, every lock can be picked... but this one will take more time and SKILL.
         Ted Park Ted Park 10.06.2017->My opinion is that they're better than the standard Schlage/Kwikset locks for pick resistance, but are less resistant to picking than sidebar locks like the ASSA twin or Schlage Primus locks. The MT5+ with the sliders is quite pick resistant. 7X7 (very old) can be opened pretty easily.
         Zurkster Zurkster 09.06.2017->More pin variation, but less height generally to lift the pins (a few millimetres), results in longer pick times and less likely to be bumped. introduce a sliding side bar too and you got a tough little challenge lock.
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Baldiloks Baldiloks 09.06.2017
Great vid, where did you get the wrench from?
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Eli Channel Eli Channel 09.06.2017
Good video.
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waddac2 waddac2 09.06.2017
Great picking as always. Lovely looking MTL and that tension wrench is great

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