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  • This is the lock picking lawyer, and what I have for you today is a really interesting lock from England.

  • This is a roadblock.

  • But to understand what's so special about it, you need to know that one of the more common brute force attacks on path locks is twisting.

  • I made several videos a few years ago highlighting that vulnerability, and I'll leave a link to one of them in the description below.

  • But this isn't something limited to lower security consumer grade locks.

  • Criminals will take really long pry bars to the impressively beefy locks used on shipping containers and snap them off with ease.

  • Well, this lock is an answer to that threat.

  • It's pretty beefy at about three and 1/4 pounds, but the real innovation is in the cylindrical lock body and the thick rotating sleeve that surrounds it.

  • These features make it exceedingly difficult to twist off.

  • That's why this lock is used on high value cargo containers as well as by a few different militaries.

  • Now, before we get into picking a couple of notes about the options, you can get on this lock first, there are three different shackle guard options this is semi closed than there is a taller, fully close shackle.

  • And then we have the open shackle version like this one.

  • You can also put just about any core inside of these.

  • This one recently came to me with the APIs e 60 core inside.

  • And in this one I put the icon are 10 courts the same lock I picked in video number 2 50 And it is very tricky to open so you can make these locks Very Robustas Faras pick Resistance goes So let's open this new one up and then I will take it apart to show you what's inside.

  • You can see on that Avis E 60 core.

  • We have a pretty Paris centric key way in there.

  • So I'm going to be using some bottom of the key way tension with this wiper insert.

  • And I've recently been experimenting with multi pick products and they have a few hooks that are very well suited for navigating Paris centric key ways.

  • So I'm going to be using one of them today.

  • Nothing on one click at it, too.

  • Click on three.

  • Nothing on four might have gotten something on five.

  • Quick at a six back to the beginning.

  • Nothing on one two.

  • The ray okay for is binding.

  • Click out of four.

  • Five is binding.

  • Click their little bit of movement on that core.

  • Nothing on six.

  • Back to the beginning.

  • Okay, One seems to be binding.

  • Little bit, a counter rotation here and looks like we got it open.

  • Okay, let's take this apart and see what's inside.

  • To get this open.

  • The first thing we need to do is remove the shackle.

  • And that is done with a small Allen screw down that hole.

  • Don't stand out.

  • There we go.

  • The bar that holds the shackle will fall out.

  • And now we have access to the two screws that air down the to shackle holes, and they are taken out with a different size.

  • Allen screw for Allen wrench, I should say.

  • Okay, now the bottom should come out, and after the bottom, we can get the core out.

  • Okay.

  • Looks like we need our clip remover.

  • Okay.

  • And now that that clip is off, we should just need a key and a follower to get this open.

  • Okay, let's dump these key pins out first.

  • Looks like a steel pin in slot.

  • One a steel pin with some mushrooming and slot to harass with mushrooming in three.

  • Same in 45 and six.

  • So some nice security key pins here and let's get the driver pins out.

  • A very long spool in slot.

  • One.

  • A anti drill pen in slot, too.

  • Another long school in slot three.

  • A serrated pen in slot four.

  • A T pin in slot five and a standard pin in slot.

  • Six.

  • So a really nice variety of pins There it looks like all of the springs are the same.

  • Okay, let me zoom in a little bit on these to give you a better view.

  • Okay, once again, on those keep ins, we have a standard steel pin in slot one, a steel pin with some spooling.

  • The top in slot, too.

  • A brass pin with spooling and slot three and the same in 45 and six.

  • Then in slots one and three, we have some really long spools.

  • We have a steel anti drill pin and slot, too, too, or I'm sorry.

  • A serrated pen in slot four, a T pen in slot five and a standard pin in slot.

  • Six.

  • A really nice little variety here, moving over to the core.

  • I see nothing particularly unusual about it.

  • We have a couple of anti drill pins here in between slots one and two and two and three.

  • And there is that nice Paris centric Qiwei.

  • So all in all, not too bad a core, but certainly not something that's going to stop an experienced picker for very long.

  • But as I said before, you can put pretty much anything you want in here, as long as it will fit within that Euro profile cylinder slot.

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

  • If you do have any questions or comments about this, 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 a really interesting lock from England.

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