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(626) (RE-UPLOAD) Kenny’s Master 7030 Picked & Gutted


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  1. Those purple-handled Petersons are 0.018", the older 0.015" 'Euro slenders" have blue handles and none of the new "Bogie" style rakes are available in that thickness. I have one in 0.025" and it is fantastic.

  2. I'll tell ya what Bill you're a pretty good Narrator while you pick… I can't even breathe when I pick locks and you talk all of us thru what pin your on and what the pin is with out even ever looking at it…. I do got a tip for you…. It seems to be that you were going to say something along the lines of getting hung up with the follower and the cylinder…. My guess is the pins fall down on you, if that is the case use a shim betweeen the top pins and the follower

  3. Heey man, it is nice how you show that not all locks are as good as they say. 
    but you should try to pick a "MAUER NW5 SKG" I would like to see you break open that one. 

  4. Bosnianbill, I stumbled upon your channel about a month ago. I have always been intrigued by locks but until I found your channel I had no idea there were people out there who shared my interest and participated in lock sport. Thanks for producing such great videos. 

  5. Hey bill, I was wondering if you could make a video on picking small padlocks, like the ones with 3 pins, and what type of picks you would use because the lock is so small, it would really help me if you did! Thanks.

  6. Looking at some of your earlier videos got me thinking: could you make a lock that is difficult or almost impossible to tension? Like a lock whose front face is a free rotating disc and the actual tensioning part is behind the pins somewhere? I know that many Gerda locks have tube keys that tension on the inside of the key body, but I guess that isn't impossible to pick either. Maybe you could show us some of the anti-tensioning tricks that lock manufacturers use in their locks?

  7. Hey Bill, beginning with saying that i'm a little new to serious lock picking and your videos really help me a lot with my understanding of how different locks work. I am looking for a standard picking set to become better in my skills. My question is about the DOM lock. Eventually i want to be able to pick my own chamber lock. It's a DOM lock but my key has tiny dents in the side. What's the technical term for this kind of lock and is it even pickable? Many thanks
    Sorry for the bad english

  8. Hey Bill, what type of door lock would you recommend. I understand that single cyclinder locks are the most common in the US, but are there other options that won't break the bank? If not, would you recommend a good brand? Thanks.

  9. Hey bill, more and more I'm seeing people customizing the key pins.  I wonder how much difference it really makes as far as anti-picking??

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