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(270) Ruko Designed by the Devil – Opened & Gutted


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  1. +bosnianbill How scary could it really be? You raked it open! SPP'ing was tough, it was designed that way. But there was no rake protection and (most likely) no bump protection (Look at that key!) :P

  2. +bosnianbill The key almost looks like a bump key. And it does look like a rakers dream. Would have been interesting if you actually tried to bump this lock with that key modified as a true bump key…Amazing how you had SPP problems with such a simple bitting.

  3. OK time to get down to business! i like your videos. you open all sorts of locks,even the ones with security pins spools, for the price of the lock only, no extras because of fancy pins, you can make the lock unbeatable. in the fourth chamber remove the driver and spring as you will not be using them. in the plug ,add a pin that is flush with the top. then file the key so that when inserted it stays flush. in the last chamber add a small pin as it will have anyone trying to pick the lock too far to push up to set that last pin. causing the fourth pin up in to the upper chamber. then add a larger pin into the one above the flush pin not too big, enough that when the lock is turned upside down the bottom pin falls into the top hole where the plug will not turn even with the key inserted. the lock must be right side up to work. no one will be able to pick that lock. no raking, bumping, spping, nothing will work. only the key you have with it right side up. i have 4 door locks made that way 3 dead bolts and one knob lock. i did that to defeat a bumping attempt. with out the potential thief knowing what's inside the lock they're locked out. only way in now is destroying the lock.

  4. what i use will not break off i have been using this since the mid 90's and still using it today. what it is. is solder used to add parts to printed circuit boards. through hole boards to be exact. all you do is shine the key at the cut you wish to copy as solder will not stick to a dirty surface. then placing the key on a wooden surface such as a piece of 2×4 or flat piece of wood. then taping it with electrical tape or duct tape so it does not move then using a professional soldering iron with a beveled tip heat the key at the cut you want to add the solder to then when the key is very hot, add a small bead to the tip of the iron then touch it to the key and smooth it out. when the solder cools it hardens and sticks very well to the key never had it fall off. it is such a small amount of solder it works all the time. i only raise the cuts a small amount 1 or 2 sizes never larger or your right it may break off. using one i made now. never had a problem. have good day.

  5. I have a question? if i said is it possible to add a material to a pre cut door lock key to mate with the existing lock so i can be opened what would you say? that's making a copy using another pre cut key where some filing on some cuts is needed and others are the same size except one cut on the copy is lower then the original say by 1 or 2 millimeters. any ideas? it must work all the time. any ideas?

  6. one of my favourite things about your videos is watching you over analyze these locks. it's really interesting to me and I'm sure most of the people here to see how different companies use different techniques and stratagies to deter lockpicking. thanks for all the amazing videos. keep it up

  7. Always the peacemaker, you are. Thanks Jim, i was either missing a message somewhere or lost in translation. Still snowing there? I baking my hoochie off down here in Dar Es Salaam. Hotter'n hell.

  8. Chris, please see the answer to your question below- I try to answer all questions but I'm working overseas and have to deal with the time zones. Also, I don't understand your comment about the "app". Did you accidentally post that in the wrong place?

  9. SPP = Single Pin Pick, as opposed to raking, electropicking, or any of the other methods of opening locks. Normally, SPP requires the highest level of skill and, therefore, is usually indicated in the title.

  10. Bill can u please answer my question? Im a huge fan and find ur vids very helpful. Im fairly new to picking and I like to spp locks rather than rake them because i feel that raking is almost cheating because of how easy it is, and i feel that when i rake a lock it isnt exactly improving my skills. Im curious if that is why you said that you hated to rake them open as well?

  11. Nice work 😀 I knew you would have fun with this bad boy. You can spp it by using 2 wrenges to give complete plug controle. It will take you another month 😉 I could never do it on camera. Btw, the first driver is an ugly "hang up spool" too, like in no. 2, 3 and 4.

  12. Looked nasty if you cannot do it Bill. I would not have a hope in hell, and Im still down there now fighting to get out Lol!!!!
    Great job Sir and good luck to whoever you send the devil lock to

  13. almost looks like a bump key? wow. that looks like one crazy lock to pick. I havent seen deep counter sunk holes like that either! great video. and you really do see somthing new everyday.

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