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  • This is the lock picking lawyer and what I have for you today is an unusual lock on loan to me from the collection of Peter South.

  • It's the Jae won jae to dimple lock with a curved key.

  • Now that curved key fits into a curved key way and you have to angle the key downwards to insert it and then as you push it in, that comes parallel to the core when it can eventually turn.

  • Now, the reason this has a curved key is to prevent someone from picking it using a straight pick like this.

  • So it was for that reason that when Peter gave me this lock, he also gave me this curved pick he made.

  • And if we look carefully, it seems to match the curvature of the key.

  • However, I was taking a close look at this, and it turns out that the curve in the key way isn't so severe that that curved pick is actually necessary.

  • If you have very careful pick placement, you can actually open this up using a straight pick.

  • So let's get this in a vice, pick it open, and then I will take it apart to show you what's inside.

  • Okay?

  • Okay.

  • I'm gonna get some tension in there with this little wiper in certain, and I'm using one of my multi pick dimple picks.

  • Okay, Little click out of one to his binding.

  • Got a false set.

  • Counter rotation on three.

  • Looks like I got three sets.

  • Number four, counter rotation got four.

  • Set number five, click out of five, and I think I got six.

  • Let's go back to the beginning and check everything else.

  • One too.

  • Three quick out of four.

  • Must have dropped him down.

  • Nothing on five and six little counter rotation there.

  • And I think I got six set back to the beginning.

  • Number one and we got this open.

  • So let's take this apart, and I will show you what's inside.

  • Clearly, we had a couple of security pins in there.

  • Okay, We're going to need to push that little detect down to get this apart.

  • There we go.

  • Now.

  • We should just need the key and a follower.

  • Now I see There something a little bit unusual right here.

  • I'm guessing that is a spring loaded detent.

  • I do feel it at the 12 o'clock position, so I'm going to need to be careful that nothing flies out there.

  • Okay, we've got this core out, and it looks like it's a two piece corps.

  • Let's dump these key pins out.

  • I can't do it without too much falling apart here.

  • Okay, Number one, number 20 no, that was number three, too.

  • Is being a little bit shy.

  • Here we go.

  • 23 for five and six.

  • Now, let's see if we can figure out what these multiple pieces are.

  • Okay, That's how they made the curved key way.

  • This was cast in two separate pieces.

  • Okay, let's get the driver pins out and again.

  • We're gonna have to be careful in between slots two and three.

  • It looks like there's a D tent there.

  • Okay.

  • And nice looking.

  • Spool and slot One.

  • A spool in slot, too.

  • And I see that D tent gonna put that over here.

  • Another school, Same thing.

  • Okay.

  • Looks like we have all spools.

  • And let's drop the springs out.

  • Nothing unusual there.

  • This heavy spring is the one for the D tent.

  • All these lighter springs go with the pin stacks.

  • We go ahead and arrange all of these and then I'll give you a close look.

  • You can see some of these key pins have ledges on them.

  • Number 345 and six.

  • Those air so they don't drop too far into the key way.

  • That's actually something pretty common on dimple locks.

  • Okay, let me give you a close look of all this, okay?

  • We can see that we have all standard key pins and all the driver pins air the same.

  • The's very short spools.

  • Then there was a small detained in between pins two and three.

  • That's just to give the core a spring bias at the 12 o'clock position and moving over to the core itself.

  • It appears to be made out of cast zinc, and it's in two pieces that allows the court to have that curved Qiwei.

  • And there's nothing terribly complicated about it.

  • Just fits together like that, very sloppy.

  • As faras thief fit in the core goes, can see there's a lot of rattle there.

  • It's probably why I could pick it so easily than one final look at this key as it slides into that key way Really interesting little design.

  • I think if they had a little bit more of a curve, it may have been more effective.

  • On the other hand, a curved pick just isn't all that hard to make.

  • So I doubt it would have slowed me down for very long.

  • In any case, that's all I have for you today.

  • On this J Won Jae to curve key Dimple lock.

  • If you do have any questions or comments about it, please put them below.

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  • And, as always, have a nice day.

  • Thank you.

This is the lock picking lawyer and what I have for you today is an unusual lock on loan to me from the collection of Peter South.

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