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(610) Challenge Lock from RRLocksmith


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  1. hi bill, just a questiove,n on kit, in your videos you have a great elasticated rool up storage roll case for picks, its the exactkind of thing ive been looking for, lots of individual elasticated storage spaces to hold ll the picks,rakes,tolls and numerous bits of random metal, ive been looking for a quality roll bag with alot of space(50 or so ould be great or all the different picks.rakes/tools and all items! any good reccomendations, and id also like to thank you for giving so much, ive learn so much and improved so quickly because of your videos ,without you id be random stabbing at pins and trying to twist its head of, youve taught me so much, many thanks!! MADMABLE, SUFFOLK,ENGLAND,UK

  2. I haven't heard anyone say wilkes barre correctly in a while. I'm from that area, round abouts 🙂 I'll have to look around and see if I can find one of those locks around here now that it's yard sale season.

  3. It just shows how you can mentally psych yourself out by thinking it's got the worst thing you can think of in the lock when it's really just standard Pins and Regular Security Pins. Very Cool Picking Bill. N.

  4. Hello Bill,
    I'm relatively new to lock picking (just ordered my first set of picks yesterday), but I've watched tons of your videos and love them, obviously. I've picked up a lot of knowledge from them. What I don't know, however, is what you mean by "counter-rotation." I always hear you say it but I've never picked up on what it means. 

  5. Awesome pick as usual, it was great to see you change strategies and adapt based on what you felt. Inspiring considering most of I do is still blindly try to push the pins up there 🙂 And don't apologize for video lengths, I love seeing you take the time to gut the thing, and I am sure many others do too. 

  6. Epic lock, that pinning was really cunning! And no problem on the long length video man. It's cool to see that the struggle is real sometimes ;)

  7. Thanks for taking the time and effort to work through this one. I'm really new at this hobby but think I gained a year's worth of experience by not only watching what you did and how you did it but especially by the postmortem cylinder examination showing exactly what was inside that was so challenging.

  8. Those off brand locks can be problematic even without security pins. I guess it is due to that cut down the center of the plug. I hate when customers have them and want them master keyed cause the master pins get jammed. Just imagine using different length security pins like a Schlage instead of the same size.
    Need to get a hollow follower for those locks where the tail piece won't come off.

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