Home Lock Picking for Beginners (582) Lock Lab’s Naughty Bucket (Euro Profiles)

(582) Lock Lab’s Naughty Bucket (Euro Profiles)

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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. These video's are basically nightmares for beginning lock pickers (like me) lol. A couple of these -especially with the nasty key-ways) actually made me shudder. The equivalent of the lock bogyman lol

  2. I have to say, I really love the look of those freaky dimple keys from the first half of this video. Double sided, side-dimpled monsters. How difficult is it to buy these locks? They’re a great piece of design. I wouldn't even know where to start looking.

  3. For some of those ridiculous paracentric gates, I made a pick set out of some very stiff/springy thin allen wrenches that I smoothed over at different SPP useful angles. The tight keyways require using about 3 or 4 of these picks at different angles sometimes to be able to push the pins far enough while not pushing other pins.

    I'm looking into various gauges of spring steel wire to test the tighter entries, but rod-based picks are a lot tricker to use and require a lot of work and practice compared to a good half-diamond or standard flat pick. You REALLY need to file them nice and rounded to prevent hangups on the inside of the lock.

  4. and notice some of those dimple-locks have front-end shimming as well. Fun stuff. I've tried a lot of these myself, and I can't say I've been successful, I've been LUCKY ONCE using some strange voodoo techniques that required some black candles, a circle on the floor, a knife, and a chicken.

  5. I've never seen some of this wierd ABUS in Germany in my 26 years, I'm very surprised such thing exists. As far as I know, DOM is a very good brand if you want to secure something, especially the more exotic types of them.

  6. I had a key like that second one for my University accommodation in the UK. One row of pins was for the front doors of the block, and the other row of pins opened my room: so only one key was necessary for both doors, but only I could access my room.

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