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Christopher Hendrix Christopher Hendrix 04.01.2019
I'm inclined to say that the definition of a "valid lock" might be redefined here. Locks that require a lot of extra pressure to get past pins which aren't rounded and are dropped below the lowest normal cut may "whip" you, but would never pass as a commercial lock for daily use because of the difficulty to open them. I get it, they are designed to beat you once, not be installed for a lifetime, but what impresses me the most are the elegant solutions that not only whip you, but could easily be installed in my front door without giving me any fuss when it comes time to unlock my door.
         NetAndyCz NetAndyCz 02.05.2019->@RealUnimportant Dunno, I think the spring there makes it work both ways though it might have been easier the other way round.
         SeriousThree SeriousThree 05.04.2019->@RealUnimportant I tend to agree, picking these one way up can be self defeating at times. Would have been nice to see Bill turn it over.
         Mister RASorHarass Mister RASorHarass 26.03.2019->"Challenge" lock versus "Commercial" lock seems to sum it up.
         Bosnianbill Bosnianbill 20.01.2019->@Christopher Hendrix I agree with you wholeheartedly! The entire goal of the "Challenge" series of videos is to inject some creativity into making locks secure, then hopefully the lock manufacturers can adopt the useful (and economical to implement) ideas into their own product line. Having said that, I am NOT a fan of rules and have held fast to the single "the key must work" rule in hope that lock makers would play by the spirit of our intent - to make locks better. For the most part, it is working. Still, there is a small segment totally focused on "winning" a paclock and simply copy other people's ideas, or recycle a few older ideas/traps/super springs, etc - basically throw a bunch of stuff against the wall - in hopes of getting a whipped. I try to be fair with every lock entering the lab, but lately when I find a lock containing super springs I simply pack it back up and send it home. I've broken too many picks and simply can't afford to keep doing that any longer.
         1FireyPhoenix 1FireyPhoenix 06.01.2019->@Christopher Hendrix It is a challenge lock, not a to be ramped up production lock. It doesn't matter if you can't learn how to pick it. Or if it can be mass produced. A challenge lock is sent to be a challenge. Not so people can complain about the definition.
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Frank Ely Frank Ely 15.06.2019
It's delrin
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Mister RASorHarass Mister RASorHarass 25.03.2019
When Seconds count....is it the police, or the final click, that is just moments away? Maybe both? Cool Lock, and I loved the shim under the tape to conceal drilling. I am wondering though how the key would pass that long pin? How does the key manage to get up under it if it falls all the way down? I notice key formation and I supposed that explains it but it just makes me wonder with that flat bottom.
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D Sloop D Sloop 14.02.2019
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john somerandomnumber john somerandomnumber 30.01.2019
the sound balance between your voice and background is very odd in this video.
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B!tchSlapper B!tchSlapper 10.01.2019
No candy for you...Bill.?
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David Frutiger David Frutiger 05.01.2019
what a great video .just want to say, thanks bill
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bmitch3020 bmitch3020 05.01.2019
&quot;Why does that tip always fall out when I need it?&quot; <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1i8H9zSE6k&amp;t=15m45s">15:45</a> I hope you didn&#39;t get that quote from your wife. ??
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david Last david Last 05.01.2019
Your video I look forward to watching
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Michael Berthelsen Michael Berthelsen 05.01.2019
Of COURSE they call them ropes, not liquorice, Bill! They have no liquorice in them!?<br />And good job coming out of Wyoming, it looks like... That&#39;s a great challenge lock, David...!??
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InSecurity Research InSecurity Research 05.01.2019
Great picking there Bill. This was my challenge lock by the way. You were able to get it open in about the same time that it took me and I knew exactly what was inside! I&#39;m glad to see that you were able to get it open and am certainly also pleased to win a Paclock. It looks like you missed the note in the package that explained a bit about the lock unfortunately. I did have to kind of cram it inside the box so I guess it was easy to miss. I have a (slightly outdated) video up on my youtube channel of me picking this lock and explaining the design if you are interested.
         peterinbrat peterinbrat 10.02.2019->I wish you made a video of you watching this for the first time!
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richy3454 richy3454 05.01.2019
I think the hole in #4 was to possibly catch a pick if your unlucky enough that would suck to try to get out if the hole is deep.
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michael shampine michael shampine 05.01.2019
OK Bill I can&#39;t help it! What would you do if you came across say a lock like this in actual use and as you say whipped? I am SURE you would not just say sorry and walk away! As I said years ago I knew a lock smith that sadly closed up shop. And all the stories I don&#39;t remember him ever just walking away or saying he was whipped or? Thanks.
         Ascdren Ascdren 05.01.2019->If you had to get through this lock in real life without a key you'd ignore the lock and look for another way or just drill through it.

This however is not the real world, this is a challenge to be completed withing 10 minutes (3 attempts)
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Badger340 Badger340 05.01.2019
Bill, why didn&#39;t you try using Ketchup from the get-go? Thanks for the vid!!
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Dan Ostler Dan Ostler 05.01.2019
So I must have heard it wrong. Shouldn&#39;t it be that Bill was whipped by 19 seconds on his 3rd try? What&#39;s each time limit. Ten minutes? So that would be whipped by TWENTY minutes and nineteen seconds. Lol!!! Great job Bill.
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mercmech mercmech 05.01.2019
Hey, I recognize that key! We have the exact same ones on our electrical switchgear safety interlocks. That&#39;s why the &#39;dnd&#39;. If you have dupe keys, you can interconnect two different systems with different phase angles and get a kaboom.
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?THUMPER? Lock Picking ?THUMPER? Lock Picking 05.01.2019
Very creative design, Excellent pick Mr. Bill
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lkpalazzo lkpalazzo 05.01.2019
sad that my holder broke. I have actually sent you a replacement a few weeks back.
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bradw 053 bradw 053 05.01.2019
Nice work Dave, great attention to detail! Bill, to shave off those extra 19 seconds from your picking time, might a suggest you revisit your &quot;picking locks under stress &quot; video for some helpful &quot;points&quot; :-) ...thanks Bill, always good content!
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Roy O Roy O'Donnell 05.01.2019
At age 67 I have just got in to lockpicking. I think this one may just be beyond my ability at present

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