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(923) Steven’s First Challenge


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  1. You don’t even have to watch the video to see Bill’s face, just scroll back up, it looks like a vote for Bill button…

  2. Nice challenge lock especially for first attempt. I’m still a newbie at picking I like watching these videos to help give me a mental picture on what to look for when picking

  3. I will try to do at least as well on my first challenge lock. It would have taken me much longer to pick that myself, but at 68 my hands just don’t work like they used to. I fumble a lot. Love that key way. That is where the Euro picks really shine. You keep teaching and I will keep learning.

  4. if you put a steel pin in the bible w/o a spring. you can take a dremel 105 or 106 bit, you can undercut the chambers going through the holes in the bottom of the plug. same for the core. at least this is how I do it

  5. You sound like the heart doctor I work with during surgeries everyday. I'm an anesthesiologist and enjoy watching and listening to good surgeons. Professional by nature in teaching while working. Nice.

  6. Now I only have about 770 more of your videos to watch. I can't stop trying to pick every lock I can get my hands on….thanks again Bill for the intro to recreational lockpicking. Careful with the new tool, looks like it would put a nasty hole in a thumb.

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