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Christopher Hendrix Christopher Hendrix 21.12.2018
Adding a small nipple on the outside of the existing tubular impressioner and removing the roll pin won't work?
         Justin DeLutis Justin DeLutis 28.12.2018->+Bosnianbill What if you were to machine a groove above where the roll pin sits in the tubular pick and created a new roll pin with a "flag" on the side of it that sticks out through the machined groove?
         Patrick Rebecca Doohan Patrick Rebecca Doohan 23.12.2018->+Christopher Hendrix We had stuff laser welded on plastic injection molds all the time and they have loads of stress on them.

I think it would work but you may be right. It's a specialised area of welding I'm not qualified to comment on myself though. We sent it out to have the bits welded.
         Christopher Hendrix Christopher Hendrix 23.12.2018->+Patrick Rebecca Doohan In my experience with welding items on such a thin metal, it either breaks off (since it is where the tension force comes from) or the weld perforates the metal. It would amount to a spot weld basically. Better to have it machined from rod stock or (gasp) forged.
         Patrick Rebecca Doohan Patrick Rebecca Doohan 23.12.2018->+Christopher Hendrix a laser welder would easily be able to add a nipple on the tool no problems.
         Mark Robinson Mark Robinson 22.12.2018->My cousin Terry had a nipple removed... Sure he's no use for it anymore, he already had two. Yours if you want it. +PP.
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scarz1951 scarz1951 23.02.2019
Show, show, show the goat<br /> quickly round the screen....<br />Show, show, show it Bill<br />That the slickest tensioner I&#39;ve seen.<br /><br />Got one for Christmas. Haven&#39;t used it yet but I&#39;ve got one ?
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ForeverRanger 91 ForeverRanger 91 16.01.2019
For recording picks like this, a Go-Pro might be handy.
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Polite Cat Polite Cat 29.12.2018
lock LaAaaAaAAAAAaaAaAAAaAAaaAAB, where the FuUUUuuUN begins!
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jason hanlon jason hanlon 24.12.2018
Why not add a little flag to the outside of the southord and remove the internal tensioner?
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Daz The Man Daz The Man 22.12.2018
400,000 cool
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wildernessshouter wildernessshouter 22.12.2018
In our lock shop we discourage the use of WD40 on locks because it is oil based and will allow dirt and grime to stick inside the lock; and graphite turns into a gummy paste, we often recommend silicone lubercants as a alternative.
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Mike Lakner Mike Lakner 22.12.2018
You are a patient man. I&#39;d have to drink tequila to try picking most of your locks.
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Babiey ChaChak Babiey ChaChak 22.12.2018
How about you pick Amano PR600, it just can open using K key only.
         Bosnianbill Bosnianbill 23.12.2018->Sure, send me one and I'll give it a try. Thanks!
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Noppa Noppa 22.12.2018
Good videos, maybe i need to send you an &quot;old&quot; lock i have.. it is OLD Abloy lock that has been used on Explosive warehouse lock back in the 90&#39;s... i bet it is at least 50y old, and hard as ****.... Post is just a bit expensive to send from Finland to there :)<br />EDIT: actually it is like this one. <a href="http://www.antique-locks.com/images/imported/2014/08/AbloyBrassPadlock-1.jpg">http://www.antique-locks.com/images/imported/2014/08/AbloyBrassPadlock-1.jpg</a>
         Bosnianbill Bosnianbill 23.12.2018->Awesome locks! I have two that have been living in my naughty bucket for several years. No luck yet...
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BlackDolphin90 BlackDolphin90 22.12.2018
I am pretty sure you can impression it with the right tension and the tubular pick with no inner tensioner.<br />I have impressioned a lock that tensions with the inner roll pin thing both with a tubular pick that had and didn&#39;t have the roll pin.<br />So I think you can impression that lock with tensioning the pins and no outer or inner tensioner thing.<br />Worth playing with to see.
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?THUMPER? Lock Picking ?THUMPER? Lock Picking 22.12.2018
Great job Mr.Bill
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MPAH1981 MPAH1981 22.12.2018
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3W7S2LScm4&amp;t=2m00s">2:00</a> - ish, Bill, I gotta stop you there for a sec. I bought a set of the &quot;gem&quot; picks for radial pin tumblers and despite their cheap price, they work very well. Mine came with a little hardened pin that you put in where your roll pin is, but they always fall out and I lost two of them without even trying.<br /><br />Depending on how the lock is assembled, I assume most radial pin tumbles are the same, you can tension it easily without the drive pin as the tumbler pins themselves provide what you need. It effectively acts like a spline. The drive pin is removable for this very reason, so you can use the pick no matter where the tensioning is seemingly required.<br /><br />The cutouts for the roll pin are only there so your lock comes back to the same place each time. In the case of it being on the outside, it doesn&#39;t tension the lock, it&#39;s only designed that way so your key can&#39;t be removed unless it has been returned to the correct position. When I&#39;m working on these types of locks in my shop, I don&#39;t have that issue. It&#39;s easy for me to remember where I am with the lock and the picking tools are clearly marked. You only have to use those to tension if not using a gem pick, but it&#39;s not what tensions the lock under normal use.<br /><br />There are 3 sizes, 7.0mm, 7.5mm, and 7.8mm. If you only have the one size pick, it may limit what you can open. I 99.999999998% guarantee you if you take the roll pin out and use it, it will work.
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Jeremy C Jeremy C 22.12.2018
Sounds like it would be a good idea to spray some lube into &quot;in -use&quot; tubular locks to make them more pick resistant.
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Southampton Lock Picking Club Southampton Lock Picking Club 22.12.2018
A very cool review of Lock Noob&#39;s and Sparrows Goat tensioning tool Bill and, very nicely demonstrated too sir. A very cool bit of design by Lock Noob and, one that I think we&#39;re gonna see more and more of, in many videos on tubular locks to come. Thanks for sharing this and, hope you and your family, have a very Merry Christmas, as well as a Happy New Year too buddy. Also, thank you for all your hard work on our behalf, over the last year too - really appreciate it and, thanks for another super video as always ????<br />?????? Cheers! ??
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Golden Duck Golden Duck 22.12.2018
itachi is the goat
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Golden Duck Golden Duck 22.12.2018
minecraft
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bradw 053 bradw 053 22.12.2018
Nice work Bill, and excellent collaboration by LockNoob and Sparrows! Just goes to show that folks who are so inclined, will always develop a way to beat an obstacle. Thanks for the video Bill!
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Flauschlab Flauschlab 22.12.2018
Actually the tubular lock pick does work on these, if you separately tension it with a regular pick. Quite fiddly though, so i welded a small bead to the tubular pick and filed it to the correct shape. Works fine.
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fl106c fl106c 22.12.2018
LOL @ &#39;&#39;simtex, C4...&#39;&#39;&#39; !!!

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