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(1109) Box-o-Locks from Paola! (Giveaway)


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  1. I was trying to find the details about this giveaway: (1109) Box-o-Locks from Paola. I looked on the “You Won” page and I can’t this giveaway on that page. This was published on YouTube on July 7 2017, so I guess the giveaway date for this would have been Fri July 14 or Say July 15 (how could I tell ?), but I can’t fine “Box-o-Locks from Paola” anywhere on that page (https://lock-lab.com/resources/you-won/).

    What is/was the giveaway date for the “Box-o-Locks from Paola” (1109) ?

  2. Dayuummm! I was just perusing youtube and came across one of your videos that landed me here…and I hope it’s not too late! We have most of our valuables at a public storage type place. They “gave” us a disc lock like one you showed in that earlier video…and so I’m going to head there in the morning, hoping our stuff is still there, lol! Now I just need a better lock!!! Hope I can find a good one before it’s too late! Thanks for the info…I’ll be back!!

  3. I love the videos and want to get all kinds of locks to help further my knowledge of lock picking like you!

  4. This is my first time commenting. Is this how you apply for the giveaways?

  5. Wonder how long it will take for keyless entry to be standardised, are IT Guys gonna come to your door if you lock yourself out?

  6. All the cool stuff like a box of locks, I never win anything cool like that, good job Bill, keep up the good work,😊

  7. Looks like a cool assortment of locks. I would love to the a crack at these.

  8. Chinese UNI – I believe comes under a variety of names – all with the same feature.. Core is springy and turns slightly. Varied tension helps raking, zipping or SPPing them in no time. .. I’d love to have a closer look at some of the other locks though. 🙂 Hava a nice weekend. CL

  9. Wish the postage wasn't so pricey, I have about a dozen or so euro and assa locks you could pick at but from Scotland its just not viable.

  10. How can we win it? ^^ I am watching your channel frequently as youtube luck quality content. I found lock picking quiet interesting 🙂

  11. hi Bill, ive been watching your channel for a long time now, love what ya do and im hoping i can get as good as you. Cheers

  12. Great picking! I have a very similar ISEO that I can open pretty consistently — both clockwise and counterclockwise.
    What I'm curious about, is how you know which pin to pick when you have a false set. What happens to me usually, is that I choose a pin, get counter rotation, pick that pin, but some of the other pins drop (even other pins that had counter rotation). I repick those pins, pick another counter rotating pin, and so on. This means I have to repick some pins again and again, until all pins are picked.
    How do I choose the pin to pick?

    1. Hard to tell without seeing it but my first thought would be “tension, patience and practice”?

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