I forget that the lockpckng lawyer doesn't just do lockpicking
Do a screwdriver and pliers count as a key to this thing? They seem like the easiest way to open it.
I have a question, you keep referring to a "design phase" in all, if not most, of your videos, but have you ever considered that there is actually no design phase in most?
I just have a quick question. So if the box was unlocked for whatever reason and a TSA guy didnt know the combo, could the key simply lock the box?
Americans are so funny, cant go on vacation without their guns
This can be pried open with just a flat screw driver
"TSA approved" literally shows how good they are at their job...
What a horrible design with those hinges. Wtf?
Snapsafe should have banned themselff
All a gun case does is make it not look like a gun while the thief is exiting the airport. Once it is home they can take all the time needed to cut into any safe
Just think someone designed and then someone approved that piece of junk, Well done!
Thought you’d be going for the hinge. It’s something that often gets overlooked.
"Oh hey this video's pretty long. Must be a weird but good lock" *picking lasts about 8 seconds, acheiveable by almost any tool * oh.
I live in Washington and with the gun dumb 1639 law that was passed saying a firearm needs to be what a "reasonable person would consider secured" I use this just to meet that requirement if I get pulled over with my gun in the car or I go into a place I can't carry I put it in here just to CYA. Laws are stupid, let grown ass people govern themselves...
I love how he just casually has the TSA master key.
I think they used an existing TSA/codelock unit and made the TSA portion inoperable intentionally. And also it was never meant to be secure. It was meant to check the boxes in terms of legality.
💪Fight the power.... Best design flaw I've ever seen 👍😂
He sounds genuinely angry at how bad this lock is
On my way to Amazon to get 2 of em
We sell these at my work, guess I know why they don't sell!
this man just deleted this gun lock
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Wait, you're allowed to take a gun on a plane, if it's in a box?
thats what i was thinking lol. I didn't know you could fly with one at all. And ONLY the passenger gets the key. lol wtf
Hol' up. You can literally take GUNS on PLANES? What the fuck?
I have an idea but it's very crazy, maybe don't take guns on a airplane?
I have an idea, but it's very crazy, maybe I am moving and have a gun what the fuck else I am I meant to do? mail it? lol you dumb
plastic gun safe lol
what the fuck where they smoking
0:13 oh shit my bad bro, i let the sink in
you guys think lpl ever slips up in court? like "this is the lockpicking lawye... the lawyer... YOUR your lawyer i mean. I am your lawyer and"... just me?
3:55 "In any case..." i see what you did there
TSA: This design doesn't work. SnapSafe: You mean you could open it? TSA: No, we mean that the TSA key couldn't open it. SnapSafe: Then it worked as intended, you dirty fucking fed.
That's not an error, that's giving the finger to anti-gun regulation and I honestly kinda enjoy it.
Oh I feel safer after this. What a joke.
They probably put the lock wrong way in, It's meant to be put from inside out so that when you pull out the hinge you unlock it from inside so that you dont break the locking mechanism :)
I swear, my man sometimes be sounding like he's Baumgartner.
So, wait... it's legal, but it's _NOT_ illegal? ...at the same time? Paradox.
umm... you said the same thing twice but differently. Legal = not illegal. No paradox.
what a poorly designed product. i sure hope snapsafe is watching your video because this video just helped them fix those flaws... they should pay you for your research
Sure it's useless, but is it *more useless* than the TSA?
Locks only keep honest people out anyways
Someone misunderstood the purpose of the TSA key. It’s to lock the box for you if you forget. Not to open it up. They just pull the hinge pins. :)
For some reason I hear sophisticated squidward talking
Gun people have never been terribly intelligent.
that moment a lock case opens by the sheer volume of lawyering at it
"Boss, we have been featured on youtube!"
Some super glue would secure the hinge pins. Still a POS, but a POS without quite the stink.
Where do you get those magnetic pliers?
TSA lives up to their name of Security Theater.
I need frequently to carry a firearm on my bicycle. Saving weight with a polycarbonate case would be wonderful. The hinges can be reinforced by solvent gluing more polycarbonate around the hinges to prevent the hinge pins from being removed or the hinges easily broken. Obviously you can also cut the end off of the case with a mere hacksaw. But I could glue in hardened steel rods to make it more difficult to cut through. The best that you can do is to slow the would be thief down to a point that it's impractical to steal. But are there ANY cam locks made that are even remotely secure? So far every cam lock that you have shown is only capable of keeping honest people honest.
This is a toy.
Wait... so it is legal to carry a gun on a plane? What the fuck?!
Woah i just realized i have the same screwdriver set used to push out the hinge pins :D at least it looks like the same...the MI x Wiha Set..
The engineer behind this design deserves a bitch slap
A lock is only as good as the door it is on.
Those aren't "layers of ineptitude." That's all by design. Purposeful. No one with an IQ high enough to start a business and mass-produce a product thinks that box is secure. That manufacturer is just selling a low-cost item (about $30) that allows cheapskates to comply with federal and state laws. The design intent of that box is not safety or security. It's low-cost compliance. I'm starting to wonder from where the "ineptitude" is actually coming.
Tsa: lock it up for us, and make sure we can use our master key. Also make sure you are the only one who can access it. Me: am I a joke to you? I’m a walking oxymoron idiot
I can sum it up: LANDFILL
Typical American quality! None...
*The future of locks* Quantum-locked gel: A paste that can be applied to an object and then quantum locked into a solid crystal using a quantum encryption key.
You are going to get some one killed
roasted harder than masterlocks
‘If all it’s used for is compliance with TSA rules and not ACTUAL security’ ouch.
I feel like they did it on purpose.
It looks like the peice of plastic was intentionnaly on the side to void the TSA key option. It never was a bug, it is an intentional feature.
Is there any sort of requirement that the case material be x-ray transparent?
Sorry LPL, if you've already answered this in another video; I don't read all the comments. Have you ever been contacted to serve as an advisor for any lock or safe- producing company? If you were, would you be allowed to say so? Love the content: you actually do what a hacker (in the truest meaning; tbr "white hat") does. Simply love it!
I would not be surprised if the TSA key flaw is intentional. All locked luggage must have a TSA master lock but firearm luggage must not be accessible to TSA agents. Nothing about the TSA master lock being able to open the luggage.
Couldn't you just spike it on the floor?
As per this video. Yes... he is a lawyer
I honestly never thought about people having the problem to bring their gun onto a plane in their luggage. I mean, it just never crossed my mind that there really are Americans that have that problem.
wow! thanks LPL, another interesting vid
"Illegal" is silly clickbait. "Non-compliant" would be accurate. You know the difference, counselor.
By that token, meth is a non-compliant substance, as outside of the borders of the United States, it's perfectly legal.
Just had epiphany (seriously) Insecure by Design! From corporate/disgruntled engineer POV customer is the problem. They forget combinations, lose keys etc. If the lock has to be cut, maybe the random public tends to switch locks or ask for a refund! Biggest evidence of insecurity by design: methods for defeating the security are such they don't damage the lock/case and designed to be completely reversible to preserve the illusion of security even after security failure. To actually prevent the biggest problem as they understand it. The User. Just let that fucked up logic sink in... this actually explains why good companies make good locks. They've decided to sidestep the Faustian bargain of a lock that can be reversibly defeated if the owner loses the key and just make a lock that's as secure as they can possibly make it.
When you realise the company are mocking themselves… oh, Snap!
I have always been more of a fan of safes that do not look like safes. This channel just embraces that.
I wonder if the “TSA lock” is just a decoy type deal...
What is even the point in keeping the gun in a safe while on the airplane? I assume it's not in your hand luggage. If it's in the cargo hold you don't have access to it anyway...
As soon as you flipped it over, and I saw the hinge, I actually groaned out loud.
"Egregious design flaw" is subjective to designer and intent. If your intent is to compile a list of addresses for everyone that bought one - then you really just need something that resembles a safe. That being said: that looks an awful lot like my heavy duty "storage clipboard" (for writing supplies) with the clip removed, as-well-as having dark grey trim and a lock smacked on it. It's totally the exact same box.
Turns out it is illegal after all; I have a key for it in my pocket, a pair of pliers
Works perfectly! Tsa can't get in. It allows you to fly with a gun. It'd have to weigh too much to actually be secure.
That box is a POS, might as well zip-tie your gun to your luggage.
At lease he doesn’t only need a magnet
This is a joke, right? Yuo're trying to fool us. Right?
Who cares? As long as it sells and someone makes money with it. Made In China or Mexico?
Never check your firearm
They did call it snap safe. You can snap the safe. No faulty marketing.
looks like a government project to me.
i mean, like, wow.
This is governed by title 41 section 1540.1.21 gigawatts
Lack of QC testing maybe
Plot twist, they did it piss off the TSA.
You should’ve put an air soft pistol in there.
Made in China?
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