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(333) RR Brink 100 Mogul Picked Open & Gutted (Luckiest Pick EVER!!)

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My vises are made by Panavise, a U.S. Company.  The one with the wide jaws is the model 350.  The smaller one is the model 301. Both have the 312 Base mount – www.panavise.com

 

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  1. It seems curious that the lock would have two shear lines but only one set of security pins. Wouldn't that allow for someone to pick the lock just by setting ordinary pins?

  2. I have a 5 pin deadbolt lock that I use for practicing it's the only lock I have ever picked I want to order more but I can pick it when I hold but as soon as I try it in a vice I simply can't pick it I think I may be putting too much tension and getting false sets when I hold it I can pic it in about 10 seconds.What can I do to help myself pick it in a vice or a door?
    I know they are false sets because of your videos. If I put too much tension in my hand all the pins will get springy, when I let go you hear them drop back, that's when I figured out I was using too much tension and now I can pick it very fast and without a rake. I haven't really figured the rake out yet it always get caught, anyway any tips please?

  3. So i was trying to impress my friends by picking a lock, and it just would not open! no matter how much i concentrated and tried, so i was like "I swear i can pick locks guys, but this one will not budge!'' they started to laugh and while i was just jiggling it around, not paying attention it turned and i opened the thing and i was like "Told you i could!'' and ran out of the room.
    Bruce: 1 Lock: 0

  4. I am interested to know what the UL logo on the face of the cylinder stands for as far as the difference between it and standard locks. It would seem the wider keyway would make picking easier and except for the ball bearings everything was just bigger.

  5. the lock is probably that big and chunky, with the ball bearings, for reliability – if they're used in prisons that means being operated a minimum of four times a day for years on end. They need to be secure enough that you're not going to get two prisoners breaking or picking them at the same time – but that doesn't necessarily mean that secure against picking – bearing in mind they will face away from prisoners most of the time?

  6. 1:13 No, no! NOT a Volkswagen! It'll make so much sod that you won't be able to see what you're doing!
    4:09 But as John McEnroe said: "The more I train; the more lucky I get"

  7. Man, I would really like to see you get a key for this lock made. Do the ball bearings defeat impressioning? Surely it's still possible because it should seize up the same, but the marks left on the blank will probably look way different.

  8. Omg you had to have broken some kind of record. I thought maybe it was just a weaker lock, but then all these extra pins and spools came out and I'm like NO WAY.

    If you weren't so trustworthy, I'd call BS

  9. can someone clafify i am not a lockpicker have never even tried i just find these videos interesting how does this work? when you set a pin with the tension on the cylider.. does the pin just stay in the correct position?

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