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(696) Papa Gleb’s Challenge #3


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  1. You may have noticed that Bill hasn't posted for a while-the sad news is that he is being held in a state prison in Nigeria.Luckily I have a contact there-all we need to spring him is 250,000 Dollars US and a top of the range Sparrow lockpick set.
    Please send me whatever you can in used,non consecutive notes and I will see they get to him.Please don't tell the FBI-this is NOT A SCAM-HONEST!

  2. Hey bosniabill I am new to lock picking and was wondering if you had any spare picks to help me bulild my first kit becasebmoney tight but it seems like a fun hobby 

  3. Am I missing a video? I thought there was 3 locks I seem to only have found the videos for 2 of the locks and the video where you received them.

  4. would you consider selling me a starter kit of like the 5 most essential picks and like 2 easy locks and if i could bother to ask you could the piks be made by you that would be amazing ive been watching you for years and always wanted some picks or locks from you

  5. Greetings Bill 🙂

    for some reason i cant find message button on my acc… i was wandering about your experience with KESO 2000s, 3000s and 4000s locks with Omega patent. Cant find videos of them being picked. Kokomolock picked 2000 if im not mistaking. Is there a difference? Key seems to be different :/

  6. Hey Bill, I've recently taken up lockpicking as a passtime/hobby and was wondering if key retention locks are harder to pick then non-key retention locks

  7. You have probably been asked this question before. Would a high quality combination lock made of similar materials as a keyed lock be more tamper proof and take longer to defeat? The logic is that if it cannot be picked with common lock picking tools. I understand grinding ,cutting , or freezing given enough time will defeat any lock.

  8. Well I tried to pm you but YouTube is fighting me tooth and nail. Jw how I should go about finding locks on eBay. New to this. Thanks.

  9. Bill I had too much to drink and left a perverted comment on one of your videos recently. I'm sorry. I tried to find it to delete but I couldn't find it. Thank you for all the videos.

  10. Hi Bill,
    I've got an ACE Marine Lock that I've been trying to open for a year. I've decided its uncrackable for me. Is there an address you use so I can send you this lock? Thanks!

  11. hey bill
    i've been doing a little reading and im curious to know if you or anyone you know has tried tensioning by pulling the core outward. im trying to find out if there is any benefit to this type of tensioning on a 'standard' lock or if it is less effective than tensioning 'left' and 'right'. as of right now the only difficulty i can think of that is involved with this particular technique is a standard tension tool probably wouldnt do the job very well.

  12. Bill, could you do a video regarding making handles for bare picks without use of things like your 3D printer? I saw you mention Plasti-dip once and I can't find much information on it to be fully confident in trying it out. Thanks!

  13. Hey bosnian. I have watched many of your videos over the past month or two but never found a link to a trusted online seller for lock picks in the US. Can you provide me a link for the website you recommend for me. Keep in mind I am a beginner.

  14. hey Bill have been watching a lot of your videos and ran into a very interesting Yale lock was wondering if I can send you some pics of it for some advice on picking it

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