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(196) Thirard Trafic 6 Dimple Picked Open


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  1. I totally agree with you. There are thousands of old castle and stuffs in Europe. They should totally recycle the stones, or use them as prisons or something

  2. I have a tool called a dimple lock pick that makes picking these locks easy.

    I have one in my KLOM Lockpick Set

    I would show you guys how it looks like, but unfortunately, youtube isn't link friendly so just google, "DIMPLE LOCKPICK"

  3. I have only pinners so far for you mate but I think they still gone be fun. The expensive stuff will come later after you picked all the stuff I am going to give you now 😀

  4. My confidence is BROKEN! 😉 Yes, the more times I picked this lock and began to understand the unique feel, it became quite easy. I have very little experience with French locks though.

  5. I can't wait! I'm having daydreams about all the German locks I'll be picking while I'm down in Africa! God knows they don't have any decent locks down there!

  6. This is the easiest dimple lock French. All their models are easy, ideal for beginners.
    Congratulations for all your videos. 😉

    French lockpicker.

  7. I have seen those locks in Germany but can not recall where it was…
    I think I have like EVERYTHING that is German or once was waiting for you here bill 😉

  8. @Alex Blate You've seen about everything. I did get a "Blossum" disc detainer (probably Chinese) and a pretty rare Abus shutter lock, the 82/70. Sadly, it is only 5 pins. They had some no-name euros for around 10 €, but I passed on that junk. You can have the Thirard if you like.

  9. I feel so sorry for you, Bill. I'm going to call up Master Lock and suggest that they build a factory on top of all that stupid rubble.

    Nicely-done with the lock. Thirard is an old and well-respected name in French locks. Well, they were well-respected until you opened your big pie-hole. Now they're just old.

    I have a growing collection of French locks (keeping them from running away is difficult, you know). What other Francish goodies line the locksmiths' shelves in Cyprus?

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