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Lock Noob Lock Noob 02.01.2019
This is part 2 of a 5 part series on lever lock picking. We will cover types and terms, lever padlocks, non-curtained mortice lever locks, curtained lever locks and specialised techniques including overlifting, pre-lifting and tryout keys. Here is the FULL playlist :-) <a href="https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXm18pW-yyX7qhybbWL85Y80JeN2K9vhY">https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXm18pW-yyX7qhybbWL85Y80JeN2K9vhY</a>
         Fred Martin Fred Martin 29.03.2019->You're amazing! Thank you for your videos.
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Stuart Bradley Stuart Bradley 16.06.2019
really nice videos, playlist needs reordering though... <br />can you just over lift all four levers at once in these locks, instead of picking them one by one?
         Stuart Bradley Stuart Bradley 17.06.2019->@Lock Noob thanks. I'm just on vid 4 in title otder. The playlist isn't in order just fyi
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 16.06.2019->Yes :-) check out the other parts of this series - there is a playlist :-)
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NMGSGaming NMGSGaming 24.02.2019
Not sure if you&#39;ll see this. But my dad has locked himself out of his barn (workshop) and it is locked via a very old and rusty, 2 lever padlock. He says it&#39;s a squire. I have tried getting a hex key down the side but I can&#39;t seem to find the bolt (maybe my hex key is too short), I am using one of the tension tools from the ICL Universal Padlock Pick Set (From Walker Locksmiths) as the pick. Any Advice on getting it open?
         NMGSGaming NMGSGaming 25.02.2019->@Lock Noob Nevermind, I got it off using the hex key technique and replaced it with a more modern and secure padlock which we actually know where the keys are for. If we do find the old padlock key I guess we can make a home made lever pick from it. Thanks for the video it's very informative
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 25.02.2019->For locks in use, I awlways recommend a good locksmith :-)
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waddac2 waddac2 14.01.2019
Nice one mate ;o))))
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 15.01.2019->Thanks Waddac2 :-)
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Ken Nixon Ken Nixon 04.01.2019
Very nice -- well done
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 06.01.2019->Thank you :-)
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tonyholt90 tonyholt90 04.01.2019
Never thought about inserting a hex key via the shackle that was really interesting !
         tonyholt90 tonyholt90 06.01.2019->@Lock Noob I'm going to give it a go!
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 06.01.2019->I’ve used small screwdrivers, lengths of wiper blade... anything that will fit, but my favorite is the hex key as it’s easy to lever :-)
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Gantry Gantry 04.01.2019
Another very informative video. Great job
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 06.01.2019->Thank you :-)
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Roy Sammons Roy Sammons 03.01.2019
Lock Noob you excel with your teaching skill. Excellent second video on lever locks.<br />Thank you so much.
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 03.01.2019->Thank you :-)
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Monkey Lockpicks Monkey Lockpicks 03.01.2019
Thanks for this great and clarifying video my friend, you really made me want to try picking some lever locks. This is a really great skill to gain!
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 03.01.2019->Thank you :-)
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A Three Dog Night A Three Dog Night 03.01.2019
Thanks for the video, new subscriber. You are making this very interesting to a noobie, newbie, however it&#39;s spelled. LOL!!!! Here in the states I don&#39;t believe we have this style of locks but not totally certain. I do remember the really old homes having these as door locks &amp; we called the keys skeleton keys. Now I&#39;ve remembered that I have a lot of those skeleton keys &amp; see how to put them to a good use now. Thanks again.
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 03.01.2019->Thanks for subscribing :-)
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Don Don'z Lockz 03.01.2019
For a noob, you&#39;re very knowledgeable. Lol. Great info and explanation again. It&#39;s like watching a doco on tv, well made buddy.??
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 03.01.2019->Lol, thank you :-)
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Southampton Lock Picking Club Southampton Lock Picking Club 03.01.2019
Awesome video on lever padlocks my friend and, very informative. Also clearly explained and demonstrated too; along with showing what tools can be used, and how to use them ?? Very well covered buddy and, really enjoyed watching this - thanks ????
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 03.01.2019->Thank you :-)
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hadler999 hadler999 03.01.2019
#2 is excellent, its giving me the confidence to move into the world of lever locks, very excited to get started. Can&#39;t wait to see #3-5 vids, keep them coming. ?
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 03.01.2019->Thank you, will do! :-)
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Ron Reuwer Ron Reuwer 03.01.2019
I haven&#39;t tried this type lock yet but you have shown me it can&#39;t be as hard as i had thought your exl
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 04.01.2019->Thank you :-)
         Ron Reuwer Ron Reuwer 03.01.2019->Didnt finish my thoughts sorry you explain it so well and the cut away lock is great thanks doc
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BlackDolphin90 BlackDolphin90 03.01.2019
Actually the easiest way to open this is with the key lol
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 04.01.2019->But not the most fun! :-)
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Plug4uk Plug4uk 03.01.2019
As Bill &amp; Ted would say.. Excellent ;-) <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izrzkS5xxuc">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izrzkS5xxuc</a>
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 04.01.2019->Thank you :-)
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Keith Roberts Keith Roberts 03.01.2019
Wow yes that was very informative - I have learnt a lot more from your 2 videos<br />Thanks<br />Looking forward to the rest
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 04.01.2019->Thank you :-)
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bird718 bird718 03.01.2019
out of curiosity, anyone ever seen a lever lock used in the wilds? on a locker, gate or whatever in use?
         bird718 bird718 05.01.2019->@Adam West
thanks
         Adam West Adam West 04.01.2019->bird718 - most normal houses use pin tumbler euro cylinders. A lot of flats, (apartments), will have a euro pin tumbler or keypad with magnetic lock on the main access and then a pin tumbler rim cylinder on the individual doors. Some have euro pin tumblers with a thumb turn on the interior doors instead but that’s mostly newer properties and I suspect they’re now being phased out and replaced with standard euros based on eBay sales of used thumb turns given how many can be easily bypassed.
         bird718 bird718 04.01.2019->@Adam West
now that is interesting, key-in- knob sets with deadbolt are indeed common here. a few folks use keypad/digital locks. the uk use mortise locks for the house doors? pins? lever? what would the common key type be? mortise locks here are on outer doors sometimes and on apartments.
         Adam West Adam West 04.01.2019->bird718 - there’s definitely some variation across the pond. I hardly ever see key-in- knob over here outside of a few b&b’s and the odd office door but I’m told they’re still relatively common over there.
         bird718 bird718 03.01.2019->never seen them in use anywhere in america, was curious so they are popular at least in the UK.
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Leon Leon's lockpad 03.01.2019
Awesome part 2 my friend?????
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 04.01.2019->Thanks Leon :-)
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Md Anas Md Anas 03.01.2019
naice video thanks
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 04.01.2019->Thank you :-)

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