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That looks pretty similar to the Yale 3 star lock we got
I'm surprised that nobody has sent you a pinning tray with ~fifteen channels yet. You take apart so many complex locks I'm sure it would be handy.
LPL is the Bob Ross of the lock picking world..
Why is this a reupload from the 09.09.2017?
What about giving locks a LPL-Score at the end of the video?
I would like to see a video going the other way. So a lock that is already taken apart and in the tray. We get to watch you put it back together in the other way.
Hey @LockPickingLawyer at the end of the video you say there are better opinion out there. What should I get? I have an appartement with a really weak lock on it right now. Front door is the only access to it (no windows). What would you recommend? I'm in Europe/Netherlands
The voice should be on Dick Dastardly..
I wouldn’t rate many euro locks as a high security lock. As half of the time the wrong lock is installed to the wrong housing. And the euro cyclinder sticks out 20mm. All any thief have to do is grab the euro cycliner with a decent pair of pliers and they snap the lock in half, then use a Allen key to open your door
i hate the turks hate them all
Such an intimidatingly looking key. No security pins, false gates do nothing, what a shame. A few more cents per unit and this would be a good lock.
119 seconds? Oh, c'mon! It would have taken an average guy six lifetimes!
so is saying high security lock just a selling point anymore.
I'm confused about the application for this lock. Is it supposed to go in a door?
Correct, these are 'euro' cylinders, and as the name suggests, these are the standard cylinders that go in doors in Europe.
as a turkish lockpicking lawyer fan, i was always thinking about all these locks being unavailable in our country aaaand this happened. thank you LPL
Where you got that handy tray for disassembling locks?
Where can I get that pinning pad?
Feels like being at the dentist
Semi-interesting Lock, but not to well made
10 dimple pins, 4 sliders - "some" difficulty in picking. SMH
How long to re-assemble it?
Is the tray he uses 3D printed?
Tam gurur duyacaktım herif italyan ürününün aynısı dedi. Abi tamam uzaya çıkamıcaz belli de 85 milyonluk ülkede kilit de tasarlasın biri amk.
What do false gates even do, do you have a video explaining that or could you make 1
I'd love to see one of these put back together, I can't be the only one looking at that mess wondering how much harder it is going back in lol.
I blame Skyrim etc for my finding your videos. Why I keep watching them I have no idea, I've even got my Nephew watching them now too. Never have I picked a lock, and I probably never will, yet, here I am watching again.
show us a lock that you cannot pick?
I love you and your videos as a Turkish audience
Just use a welding machine and melt the lock
thats time consuming if built correctly
hum one other thing DAF is Dutch Auto Factory, how did those turks get DAF
Alot of pin action there my friend Happy picking and have a great day
one day you will.meet your match
You should make a video of picking an old Slaymaker padlock.
"So it contains 10 pins in to rows of 5" I can't even do 6 so thats good "And then there are four sliders" wut? "that are controlled by this track cut into the key" So... Unpickable? "So it should pose *SOME* challenge" WHAT?! This is the kind of guy that breaks into NASA, steals documents to sell it back to them bi-weekly.
"lock-picking lawyer"...reminds me of Better Call Saul
"What we need is a 'criminal'' lawyer. Not a lawyer who defends criminals, a lawyer who IS a criminal."
This is quickly becoming my favourite channel.
Please do more Turkish locks, we have so many different big locksmith brands here and they sometimes try to do different stuff.
Interesting to see a lock from my country after a lot videos
Dimple pick? You mean skeleton key
Could someone explain to my why a lock like this wouldn't have security pins? I just can't fathom how you could make a lot with this many machining operations and then put in plain brass cylinders for pins! It just doesn't make any sense.
Having watched a number of your videos by now and having my general suspicions of marketing reinforced, I'm starting to doubt any and all locks. Is there a company, or a specific product of a company you can recommend as being at least somewhat pick proof?
try to pick this lock https://youtu.be/7JpfkGAuhV8
This has to be asked before but I didn't find it yet, is there a lock which is actually good and hard to break open? Both for doors and bike locks
Can someone give me advice? I have never tried lockpicking. I bought a lock yesterday and I am trying to pick it with paperclips. The strange thing is that i can only feel 3 pins eventhough the key suggests it has 4. When i put a straight paperclip trough, push down and slowly take it out, I only hear 3 clicks. The same happens when i tension it. Does anyone know why?
Made in Turkey not China. Unlike Europeans and Americans we make our own stuff and sell to other countries.
Buy Turkish products, and support ISIS.
I wanna see lpl actually have trouble with a lock, can someone take him to the vault in new york?
look at the length of video, it has to be a good lock.
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