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(523) Leon Padlock from Peru THRASHED


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  1. I used to use this same lock on my locker at work for about 7 yrs, but it had "Lion" stamped into it, otherwise identical. The thing about this lock, is it is a cool looking lock and looks plenty beefy, so the average Jo-Blow would think it's some seriously heavy duty security…I know because of the comments I got from coworkers, they were all impressed with it. I just never told them I got it for $5 on ebay.

    I'd still be using it except for the fact that my boss cut it off my locker to get a key they needed on my day off…and all they had to do was call me and I would have told him where a spare key was hidden. I knew it was a cheapie, but I wouldn't have guessed how easily defeated it was.

    Makes a great paperweight BTW. };-)

  2. Kerensky77, If he quits saying "voilà" we will have to pick another "keyword" for you to do shots on , and that could be far more dangerous to you.  🙂  Great video  Bill, keep them coming.

  3. Okay hi im new to this with locks, but i find it very interesting.. 
    i think i would buy the The Sparows Expansion Set but i dont know cus i live in denmark (EU) so i dont know about i could youse them ?
    any help, (:

  4. Que tal, soy cerrajero, de Perú; ese candado es muy popular aquí por su bajo precio, sin embargo Lima es una ciudad violenta y hay fabricantes nacionales que ofrecen un gran reto para apertura, busca de marca Cantol.

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