Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles This is the lock picking lawyer, and what I have for you today is an RPI N B brand to California Certified gun safe. It's the model RP 1136 I bought this because it looked very similar to the stack on Safe that I opened with a spoon in video. 10 48. And while they do look similar, the mechanism in this one uses plates that are about 50% be fear, so there will be no repeat of the spoon opening. However, the designers did make another significant mistake, and it's a common one. They failed to protect the internal button that allows you to program a new code or authorize a new R F I. D device. Let's open this up with the present code, which is 123 and you can see the internal button right here. And you can also see there is a gap in the lid overlap. This gap could not be in a worse spot, however. To their credit, they did recess this button and then cover it up with a little rubber plug. That plug, of course, is not going to stop us from getting in, but it may delay us for a couple of seconds, so let's lock this back up and get to work. Now, as has been my habit, I decided to use a household item toe. Open this up, and today's object of choice is a binder clip. The first thing we're going to do is change the code from 1 to 3 to, let's say 321 To do that, we need to push that little rubber stopper out of the way. And I think I've done that. Let's push the button and the new code should be 321 In addition, if you have a low frequency R F I D device, you can also use that bun to program a new one. This one currently does not work. We're gonna change that right now. Okay? OK, folks, I think it is pretty clear that this is not a product that can be relied upon to stop a curious adolescent from accessing a firearm. 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. If you like this video and would like to see more like it, please subscribe. And, as always, have a nice day.