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(671) Master Lock: Bamboo Skewered Open


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  1. #bonianbill i cant even get my master lock number 5 open with my home made pick kit ..how are you able to open the lock so easily with something that didnt even look like had the strength to push the pins all the way up?..is it possible my home made kit is cut wrong? its made of good steel and gets all the way to the back of the lock and seems like it pushes the pins all the way up

  2. You are being totally irresponsible. Just because it's easy to defeat a lock does not mean you should share it with any and everyone. It gives knowledge to those who without it may never attempt to steal what someone is vigilant enough to want to lock away.Locks areally not an end all to theft. They are a deterent. If someone thinks the lock has to be broken they will think twice about trying to steal what's locked away. However if they stumbled across your irresponsible video they may just think hey, I can break into this and no one will know till its to late to prove anything. In my opinion you are just as criminally quilt as anyone who uses this video to steal.

  3. Have used a hacksaw blade cut into a tapered point. No nothing at the end just a plain tapered point. Used it alone with nothing else, worked on every padlock.

  4. If you want unpickable get a medeco lock, can get medeco lock cylinders to retrofit older locks as well…. not only do the pins have to be raised to right position they have to be rotated as well, hence the angled cuts on the keys

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