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Lock Noob Lock Noob 18.12.2018
These Tesa TE5 locks by Assa Abloy are tricky beasts for sure! Great fun learning them however! Thanks again to Tallan Pick for these excellent locks :-)
         Heath Hickford Heath Hickford 19.12.2018->wbap hellcat we see them a lot in screen security doors (particularly in Australia)
         wbap hellcat wbap hellcat 18.12.2018->What application or these locks used in? Doors Filing cabinets ect? I've seen and picked countless times but not really sure what there for
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Gantry Gantry 22.12.2018
nicely done, you did a good job with the type of pins that are in there.
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 30.12.2018->Thanks :-)
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James Baumfeld James Baumfeld 21.12.2018
Nice pic and gut noobster. I've got to get my mits on one of those European locks and try my hand at it. Ty for another great video. And I wish you and yours a very blessed Christmas and a happy new year
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 21.12.2018->Thanks and to you too :-)
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Roy Sammons Roy Sammons 20.12.2018
Yet again, nice picking Lock Noob.<br />I totally agree those key pins are really nice.
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 21.12.2018->Thank you :-)
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Julian ward Julian ward 19.12.2018
Great picking looks like you used a lot of tension is that the best way with these ?
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->I’m always a bit tension heavy :-)
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Don Don'z Lockz 19.12.2018
Well done on evil evil. Lol. No Tesa here but apparently our Gainsborough is the same lock brand here. TBC though. Lol
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->Interesting. Now I gotta have one! :-)
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Hassan Jaferi Hassan Jaferi 19.12.2018
Good video lock noob, I&#39;d like to know if you thought that lock was.. EVIL!!!!!!!!!! ψ(`∇´)ψ
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->It was a bit naughty :-)
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Hassan Jaferi Hassan Jaferi 19.12.2018
That vice held on for shear life I tell you, it&#39;s a miracle it held the locks
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->Lol
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Ron Reuwer Ron Reuwer 19.12.2018
Great pic doc per usual
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->Thanks :-)
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Keith Roberts Keith Roberts 19.12.2018
What is the item that you put in to take the pins out with - did you make it yourself
         Keith Roberts Keith Roberts 20.12.2018->+Lock Noob thanks
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->It’s a front loader and a gift from Redcatimaging :-)
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Adam West Adam West 19.12.2018
Are Assa Abloy just cornering the market. I saw a union brand euro yesterday that had Assa Abloy on the reverse of the key with Union on the front?!<br /><br />Anyway, I digress, cool lock and nice job. I honestly thought you changed your mind and said your were only picking the one... I need more sleep...
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->Between Assa, Yale, Ingersoll Rand and Master Lock, that’s a Ginormous market share :-) ???
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Dark Arts Lock Picking Dark Arts Lock Picking 19.12.2018
Awesome work mate. Nice locks. ????
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->Thanks :-)
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FunKey MonKey FunKey MonKey 19.12.2018
Great job there LN. I have a few Tesa euro profile padlocks, which takes the 30/30 cut in half brass one.<br /> Really want to upgrade my padlocks from the TE2 profile to a Tesa t60 dimple euro. Will make them a much more secure padlocks
         FunKey MonKey FunKey MonKey 20.12.2018->+Lock Noob cheers LN ?? I'd really like to get the T70 but can't find it in a 30/30 version. Would the T60 still be a good candidate to replace the TE2 pin tumbler?
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->T60 is susceptible to bumping i here :-)
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Tallan Pick Tallan Pick 19.12.2018
Great double picking on those te5! you know they are one of my favorite locks. I´m very happy that you have fun with them ;o))<br />Thank you for your kind words about me my friend, is much appreciated, and thanks for showing ;o)))
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->Thank you for sending them to me. When you first sent your first package to me, I couldn’t imagine being able to pick the TE5 or T60, so thank you for the challenge :-)
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Brian Hignett Brian Hignett 19.12.2018
Hi Lock Noob, We get these Tesa locks in Australia, sold as Gainsborough. Good tolerances, light springs - easier to overset - bevelled pins, and key pins with the single groove. Under lightish tension, the key pin will overset and catch in the groove at the shearline. I see your cylinders also have the &quot;mysterious&quot; wider pin spacing between pin chambers 3 and 4. We have a theory as to why, as yet unconfirmed, maybe it will remain a mystery? ..... Regards, Brian. P.S. (MACS?)
         Brian Hignett Brian Hignett 20.12.2018->Yes Gainsborough/Tesa have been sold in Australia for many a long year, same keyway and notch at the key tip. The odd thing is the different spacing only between the 3rd and 4th pin chamber - you can see this by looking at the top of the Euro cylinders. As I said we have a theory - as yet not confirmed, if anybody knows why the factory does this, please let me know! Regards, Brian.
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->Until this vid, I’d never heard of Gainsborough, now I’m realky curious! :-)
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Ross Wardle Ross Wardle 18.12.2018
Nicely picked
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->Thanks :-)
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timbober1 timbober1 18.12.2018
I’ve noticed at times you pick euro locks upside down (USA style) and others you pick pins down. No shade just curious. (:
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 19.12.2018->timbober1 I can pick both ways but prefer pins up. It’s a myth that they are always installed in Europe pins down, though it IS more common. I see a lot of doors in commercial properties with Euro profile locks in multiple orientations, including sideways :-)
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Starrylock • Starrylock • 18.12.2018
Good job, nice pick, gut, and narrated video
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->Thanks :-)
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Aj Clark Aj Clark 18.12.2018
Exelent pick very nicely done
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->Thanks :-)
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Francesco Concini Francesco Concini 18.12.2018
Wow that was a nice challenge!
         Lock Noob Lock Noob 20.12.2018->Sure was! :-j

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