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(604) Stanley Padlock Picked Open (Thanks Vitaly!)


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  1. I get the feeling that had your life gone down a different path, you'd make an excellent dentist. But I'm glad you do locks, it's great learning from you what a good lock would be for my bike.

  2. Been watching a lot of your videos !! I've never picked a lock in my life !!! but I decided to buy a pick kit to try my luck , so the kit arrived today , I grabbed a Master Lock #5 , I picked that lock in less than a minute !!!!! I will never buy a Master lock again !!! if I can pick it over and over again , then anybody can do it !!!!

  3. Great video as always. After watching your videos about the poor security Master lock offers, I am now trying to find suitable replacement padlocks. Would you recommend the Stanley Primus Lock for securing a bike?? Thank you.

  4. Hey all, just curious if anyone here has heard of a TSS (Tuff Stuff Security) mortise lock. Im currently trying to pick it and I can't get it. There is only one video on youtube and when I google it, many results come up referencing high security and medeco. Any info you can give would be greatly appreciated.

  5. Hi, I was looking at buying a lockpick set and cut away lock I have already started to pick locks with homemade picks but I still want to know more about the inner working and train on security pins. I live in the UK so I looked for some basic sets and I found http://www.walkerlocksmiths.co.uk/cylinder-picks-tools/pick-sets?product_id=715 I know you said Peterson or sparrow were better makes but this would hopefully arrive soon although I am unsure of if it would be the right thickness for the tight keyways, and for the lock I found this http://www.walkerlocksmiths.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=808 since it already includes a couple of security pins (how/where would I get more of these) also I thought I saw somewhere you were having trouble with you tweezers being magnetic try heating them up apparently it should work (How to Destroy a Magnet (+ interactive periodic table))

  6. Nice one again bill. STANLEY normally make hardware tools. Must be same as JCB who normally make trucks and diggers… They branch out to making locks

  7. Interesting, first stanley padlock ive seen, about time u picked some lever locks because the cylinders dont have any chance against u do they lol

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