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otto von ottsville otto von ottsville 19.01.2019
why not pick it when its on an actual door? wouldnt restrictions/obstructions make it harder to pick?
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LIAMPUD LIAMPUD 17.01.2019
Do you have any videos of how to get a snapped key out of this lock. ?
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michaelbizon444 michaelbizon444 16.01.2019
What Dead Bolts and Locking Door Knobs will most help keep my loved ones safe?<br />LockPickingLawyer<br /> nice vids and cool channel. I have a question for ya. Bike and pad locks are fun and all, but what Dead Bolts and Locking Door Knobs are going to keep my kids and wife safe when I am not there? How bout it? I trust your recommendations at this point, completely. So thanks for all the great info so far.
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Tubby Cab Tubby Cab 16.01.2019
When you switched over to the purple tool it reminded me off a dentist talk to their assistant
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Splestrie Splestrie 15.01.2019
Thought you were going to have to give it a tap with the old M14 for a moment there.
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Maloy7800 Maloy7800 14.01.2019
I&#39;ve watched a few of your videos and there is one tiny detail that&#39;s bothering me. You don&#39;t have too much criminal experience, do you? Take that as a compliment, by all means!!! I don&#39;t, either, and proud of it. But the problem I see with this or any other locks you&#39;ve picked is this. You rotate the locks, you hold them the way that&#39;s convenient, you insert the tools from the angle that&#39;s advantegeous to you. AND, the most important thing, you are not limited by time and are not under the stress of the chances of arrest. <br /><br />In real life situations you would be &quot;working&quot; with the lock in the position and orientation it&#39;s owner locked it in. In this particular case, the lock would be &quot;facing&quot; you with its lower part and turned sideways (check Public Storage locks photos on the internet). And I seriously doubt that it&#39;ll be this fast and easy. Add bad lighting, stress and time deficit, and I don&#39;t think you&#39;d be able to open it at all.<br /><br />So how about a challenge. You got a letter from the Public Storage president, no less. How about you ask him for a real-life test in one of their numerous locations? Set a time limit, dim the lights and let&#39;s see how it goes. (Let&#39;s leave the chance of arrest for another day, if you don&#39;t mind. :-D)
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fernando fernando 12.01.2019
Wow they made a huge improvement
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Brian Savage Brian Savage 12.01.2019
I was really pleasantly surprised with this. I love it when LPL gets some fight out of a lock. That means it&#39;s better than 90% of other locks.<br />His endorsement carries some weight with us niche pickers ;)
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Bwandinn Bwandinn 11.01.2019
I&#39;ve got a theory, this guy sent you higher security locks made special for you, and the rest of the locks are bad.
         Bwandinn Bwandinn 11.01.2019->+PACLOCK PRES. Thanks for replying to me and proving my theory wrong.
         PACLOCK PRES. PACLOCK PRES. 11.01.2019->Sorry, Bwandinn... that's not the case. I've responded to other comments with some more details! Thanks!
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Red Culver Red Culver 11.01.2019
Maybe just make it a new thing where you test your best locks against yourself in their natural habitat. Different scenarios vs time clock or something.
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Red Culver Red Culver 11.01.2019
Sure wish you’d leave the links so we can (have option) purchase these. I’d also like to see you, the master, pick this lock (and others) in their natural habitat!!!
         PACLOCK PRES. PACLOCK PRES. 11.01.2019->My pleasure! Let me know if you have any issues... some PS facilities are setup to use only "cylinder locks" (little round cylinder lock) and those facilities to stock the disc locks. We also make the cylinder locks for PS and are quite proud of those as well!!!+Red Culver
         Red Culver Red Culver 11.01.2019->PACLOCK PRES. I’ll go around and ask at my local PS’s! Thanks for the information!
         PACLOCK PRES. PACLOCK PRES. 11.01.2019->These are at every Public Storage facility... and we (PACLOCK) also sell them (just call or email us)... but you'll get a better price buying it from PS. We value their business very much and don't want to do anything to undercut their business.
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dragade101 dragade101 11.01.2019
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=%23masterlock">#masterlock</a> could learn a bit from this. A lot a bit.
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ganzonomy ganzonomy 11.01.2019
Where does it rank on the 70mm disc padlock board? Is it higher or lower than the 26/70?
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?THUMPER? Lock picking, Police accountability ?THUMPER? Lock picking, Police accountability 11.01.2019
Great video brother
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Geofrey Sanders Geofrey Sanders 11.01.2019
Will you be doing further analysis of other attacks (bypass, destructive, etc.) on this upgraded lock?
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Mitchell Roberts Mitchell Roberts 11.01.2019
Just curious, if they provided the lock isn&#39;t it possible they sent you one with more difficult pins? I have one of the new ones, I think, from late 2016 that I could send to you if you&#39;re interested.
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TheHunterg30 TheHunterg30 11.01.2019
i may be wrong ,but it looks to me you are placing the tensioner in the key way on the second lock
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l wilton l wilton 11.01.2019
Considering the small throat design and your typical hasp shackle, you would probably also have to pick this lock upside down if it was really where it belongs. At least for American pickers that might add some extra challenge to the task.
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qwertykevin1 qwertykevin1 11.01.2019
TRY A LOCKING PILL BOTTLE
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Malakie Usn Malakie Usn 11.01.2019
I no longer buy locks to specifically keep the pull shed, garage or anything else locked. I buy them for one reason... and my reason works.. To delay the thief long enough for either my German Shepherd Combat bite trained k9 to get them, for me to reach them with a Benelli M4 .12 gauge semi auto tactical, or both. I found out the hard way that depending on locks of any kind, is a waste of money if you are relying on them solely to keep someone from stealing your stuff. In the past I lost items to someone, including a sports car, that knew how to do this and pretty damn fast as well. BUT the reason I know my method now works... I have stopped attempts twice now on my property, first to steal one of my vehicles (again) and the second time attempting to cut copper cabling from an irrigation system. Both times, the locks were good enough to delay them for long enough for me and the K9 to get there. In the one case where they attempted to steal my vehicle, it was about 2-3 minutes from the moment my K9 alerted me something was wrong outside to the time I geared up and made contact with the 3 men attempting entry into the main garage. Once I had them all on the ground at gun point and a K9 teeth bared, it took the Sheriff another 15 minutes to even get to our house. Lesson is.. don&#39;t rely on any lock to stop a thief. PERIOD. Use a good lock but only to delay them as long as you will need to stop them or get someone there to stop them, if you live someplace that PD can arrive fast enough.
         Malakie Usn Malakie Usn 12.01.2019->Yep.. Just wanted people to know in real life, depending on ANY lock is not a good idea.. Use the best of the best but use them to delay, not stop a thief and you will have less loss over all.
         PACLOCK PRES. PACLOCK PRES. 11.01.2019->Wow, some serious stories! Totally agree with you... locks should be a visual deterrence to make the would be thieves go somewhere else. But if the thief insists, then hopefully the lock holds up long enough for some sort of response to be made.

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