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Tenacious Tiger Tenacious Tiger 13.01.2019
Been waiting on a video regarding this type of lock, l suggest that if you use this type of lock, lock it &quot;key-sert&quot; facing inward, making it a little bit more difficult to pick. I&#39;ve even used large nuts that fit over the shackle to minimize bolt cutter clearance.<br />However......lt is possible to modify a pick to fit the small hole on the back, torque it from the front, and there you go. Done it.<br />Forewarned is Forearmed
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lukkojaska lukkojaska 26.05.2019
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2axvagpKOY&amp;t=0m09s">0:09</a> What is the purpose of the hole on the backside of the lock?
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Michal Juul Michal Juul 07.04.2019
Can you use an Electric Lock Pick Gun on this lock?
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Roger Smith Roger Smith 11.03.2019
Bill, Are all of these disc &quot;high security&quot; type locks like this or are there high quality/effective variants? ?
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Polite Cat Polite Cat 21.01.2019
i find it weird that someone went through the trouble to find your address, get the locks, and mail them to you, without so much as even a note or email. i guess its possible they sent a comment or message but you didnt see it, but still weird. i mean, especially since its kind of junk. do they think you just collect literally any lock no matter how bad?
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Cdog1019 Cdog1019 14.01.2019
I had one of these locks when i was first getting in to picking, and while im still not great, at the time I was like a sixteen year old in the back seat, just sticking the pick in and moving it around. This kind of lock made me think I was getting good at picking, And then i realised one day when i grabbed the disc lock and put in my bottom of the keyway, that a wiggle of the tension wrench somewhat similar to a rocking motion, along with a bit of heavy tension will pick it 9 times out of 10. Much like that teenager in the backseat, there went my ego
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Tyler the Creator Tyler the Creator 13.01.2019
Hey bill ive had the same experience with these locks at home but in the field it a different situation. The main issue for me is that when i get to a job with a circle lock like this, its usually at a storage facility. How the lock is placed on the roll up door or what type of setup they have for the shackle to go into. Sometimes they are placed key side facing the door, obviously have to pull out the grinder for that. But when picking i dont have the luxury of moving the lock, the keyway is upside down, and of course the shackle may have some stress on it from being maneuvered and from actually being locked onto the roll up door. Id like to see if you have any tips for these types of situations. About 2/3 the time i just grind the lock off. I would like to increase my lock preservation odds, sometimes they are fairly expensive circle locks and dont have quality replacements on me. Not to mention i dislike grinding unless i have to. My skill, i would say is intermediate not expert level yet. Long message hope it gets read and possibly responded to in a video. Could be a good idea for a video and more challenging?
         Tyler the Creator Tyler the Creator 13.01.2019->@Bosnianbill thank you Bill. Looks like ill just have to deal with those folks who want to not buy a new disc lock. Appreciate youre message back. I feel the same way to be honest. Time is money. No shortage of jobs in my area.
         Bosnianbill Bosnianbill 13.01.2019->Ty, it all comes down to time. Like you, I usually give the lock a couple of minutes and, and based on my results (and access to the lock), make a decision to either cut the lock or keep trying to pick it. If I cannot access the keyway because it is on backwards or held in an inaccessible position by the door or frame, I don't even bother picking. Out comes the bolt cutters. It all comes down to time. If I think there's a good chance to pick it, I give it 4-5 minutes. If not, I don't bother wasting my time picking and just jump directly to the cutters.
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Omnom Bacon Omnom Bacon 13.01.2019
Hey, that lock is just like the iPhone. Designed in America, made in China, and not very resilient. <br /><br />Also, it looks like you only need one cut. If you cut the second one you said you can just pull the piece out and you&#39;re still left with the same massive hole. The shackle doesn&#39;t interact with the lock body to prevent it.
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Roy Sammons Roy Sammons 13.01.2019
I use several locks keyed the<br /> same that look like this one but much better quality. The ones I use won&#39;t rake open but not difficult to spp.
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Phil85 Phil85 12.01.2019
Saw that key and was thinking you could probably pick with a knife.
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K M K M 12.01.2019
Lol! That is not a bidding! That is a blank with unfinished polishing!
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MITCHELL KNIGHT MITCHELL KNIGHT 12.01.2019
I have a brinks discus lock that&#39;s very similar. Medium tension and rake a hook through it once or twice, gives it up every time. Spent $15 bucks on that back in the day... What a rip off.
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PinBallReviewer PinBallReviewer 12.01.2019
Haha yeah those locks suck bad.<br />Also I have some of these that I can try my new set of picks on!<br />Yep I became a picker a Lock Picker now!<br />And yes I am new to it so you have permission to cringe all over my video when it comes out. xD<br />I am still working on the video.<br />There is even a WTF moment with the rake and like what single picking was difficult but the rake was like I got this like a baws and it opened the lock with zero effort.<br /><br />I did it three times total and each time I was like um ok that is not secure for something that is suppose to keep my cash safe in the machine.
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Shroomie Shroomie 12.01.2019
A package coming unannounced with no return address and no note? I bet bill LOVED that with his EOD background
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?THUMPER? Lock Picking ?THUMPER? Lock Picking 12.01.2019
Looks like a screwdriver would fit into that gap and you would not need a saw,just pry it back. Thanks Bill
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Desert Jeff Desert Jeff 12.01.2019
What is your kitties name?
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J T J T 12.01.2019
Great pickin&#39;, Bill! Lock Pickin Lawyer just did a similar &quot;disc, puck&quot; lock video . . .....
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D Sloop D Sloop 12.01.2019
Try another Bowley.
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Delfino Garibay-Neyman Delfino Garibay-Neyman 12.01.2019
About 10 years ago I managed to open a lock of that design simply by rocking the shackle back and forth with just my fingers!
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bradw 053 bradw 053 12.01.2019
Crazy how thin and chincy those are, even if they really are &quot;stainless&quot;, with such a big gap, and thin material, I don&#39;t think you wouldeeven need a saw, a small pair of needle nose snips would do it. The Peterson mini ripples seem to make quick work of those small keyways. Thanks for tge the video Bill, good tips!

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