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(759) Clay’s Abus EC75 Dimple Lock


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  1. hey Bill that is awesome, I'm a trainee locksmith and have watched many of your awesome vids, I can't help but wonder what trade your in, I see you have great engineering skills. Is it penetration testing? Keep up the great work you sure beat the television lol

  2. A thought occurred to me…
    How many of these locks have you tried using the double hammer technique on? I agree with the issues relating to Master Locks, but might that issue occur with other locks as well?

  3. Wow! How lame? A potentially amazing lock and keyway that can be shimmed in 30 seconds. Waste of a lock! Even idiot crooks are aware of shimming and wouldn't bother picking something like this. Why bother putting such a core in an insecure lock like this?? And why in the hell would you even suggest buying such a lock knowing how easy it is to open +bosnialbill ?? Don't be a sellout for the Germans just because they happen to normally make nice locks! This lock is obviously junk!

  4. Wow amazing. I'm glad you were able to get into that little guy. I didn't have a pick small enough to get past the warding so I sent it your way thinking if anyone could get it open it would be you and voilà! Never cease to amaze.

  5. I just bought my first "pick set" and didn't fall into the "kit" trick and went with a Peterson Gem and a Peterson tension bar (serrated) and a few other ones! I can't stop watching your channel Bill, thank you for pumping out such good quality vids!!

  6. I just learned how to pick a lock because of you, I used 2 paper clips on a Master No 140 and it took me maybe 30 seconds to a minute. Thanks!

  7. I wonder why they don't make a slot on one side of the shacke, and put a pin there, this would make the shimming very hard… Like a star shakle… The machining could be relativelly easy…. But, I guess those lock ain't made to be secure anyway, just made to appear to be secure…

  8. I've just tried picking an ABUS 80TI40, very ambitious for me but the TOK fits perfectly and the pins give great feedback. I must have set each pin a million times, heaps of adrenalin pumping deep false sets but no open. It was like trying to pick up too many socks. How do you avoid getting caught in an infinite loop with spools? (I was also probably over setting the low cut pins)

  9. +panthera180 a good thing to do is just use amazon and get it delivered to wherever your staying if you have prime or the item has same day delivery you can get it within 24 hours

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