i used to sell these, sold many 1000's of them to police stations around australia
Ah an australian lock worthy of the lockpicking lawyers house... finally
Got to keep those spiders out somehow
U shaped kay
A lock like this in any other place in the world, even with the key, people still can't get passed it because they would be turning the key the wrong way LoL.
To fully understand and appreciate this lock you first have to watch the Australian movie Wolf Creek, only then can you understand why we have such a lock! It might be just a myth but I read somewhere that the movie was banned in the US for being to scary. Apparently it's based on a true story.
Had this key system at my work, the pins are only 1 to 4 combination so just looking at the key itself was able to work out the keys code and was able to make my own key from mild steel, I’m just guessing but from what I can see of the key the code of your key is 2,2,2,1,1,3 right and 3,3,1,3,2,1 left
he sounds like my dentist lol
These are the go to lock for Australian government organisations. I used to work on a railway where these were the serial locks (network wide keyed alike) for several things like train compartments and signalling equipment... Would love to see LPL a few metres in the air hanging off the side of a train trying to gain access to a driver's compartment. Let's see him maintain tension with one hand. Oh, and the keys have a hidden security feature. Their ability to bend... Particularly when you're hanging off the side of a train during a storm.
These are the locks on the pokies
Oh wow, what a recommended video. These locks are used all over the labs and universities I've worked in in Australia. I had no idea they were locally produced and so effective! I was always caught up in the curious key design.
You hand is behind the door?
We use this everywhere in nz for schools and shit
Its from ausie, and he said "... In the wild..." 😂😂😂
you sound like my dentist
I bet you're secretly one of the cool Heist crew members crawling through laser grids and cracking impossible to open vaults containing the crown jewels..
You probably get asked this a lot but has there ever been a lock that you just simply couldn't open?
Idk but picked and gutted sounds like porno title
UZload making people feel safe.so enjoyable to watch this.so basicly there must not be any locks that cant be picked.
LPL: “top ten on my list that I would use on my own house” High praise indeed
It's all fun and games until you realize that the lock was locked for a reason, now there's a bunch of emus and kanguru falling up to the sky messing since they didn't have their magnetic implant activated.
Why did those clicks at 1:45 remind me when I was at the dentist and she picked my tooth with like a little iron hook thingy 😰
Fun fact: The Lock picking lawyer is actually a dentist.
Almost 8 minutes on this video? This must be a good lock
The consummate professional.
I knew the guy that invented this lock. He was quite a character.
LPL, the greatest hand model of all times!
Not sure if you've already picked one of the keys with the round holes on the sides. They are pretty common around where I live ?
Why is it difficult to make a high security lock? I'm really curious as i see the low quality padlocks with major flaws
Tensioning a lock, "In the wild!" is more difficult, you are often on your knees and unless the door is open (kinda defeats the purpose of picking the lock) you can't reach around the back of the lock to get a comfortable tensioning angle, this alone makes it trickier when a lock puts up a fight as sore knees and wrist pain ensues. Still, much better than I could do under the circumstances! lol!
3/8 drill bit with oil and its open in 30 sec. Just saying.
What is the name of these u shaped locks?
these locks you can find in most schools round here
I've seen quite a few of the videos now, and that was def one of the more interestingly constructed locks- very enjoyable :^)
Can someone link the head for this vise? I am familiar with the base and mount, but I do not see this head on the Panavise site. Or is this something else he and Bosnian Bill made? :)
Dude,you should design your own lock you'd make a fortune!lol
Can someone please explain/define the vocabulary he uses? I'm sure I could google them but if anyone that sees this comment has some extensive experience with locks and picking I would be grateful for the knowledge.
How you would find it in the wild.. lol
the worst fate a lock can face; "Picked and gutted"
Very neat. This lock system can be easily made unpickable by simply locking the pins in the rotation and delaying the side levers, thus making the lock combination parallel instead of serial. Probably cost is the only reason they aren't doing that. In reality the public would not understand how massive is the difference and it wouldn't increase the value of the product much in real terms in going for it.
A 12 pinner 😳😨😱
His camera is top notch! That's what I need when I do my reviews. Although I have a feeling it's quite costly
Very new to locks-would anyone mind sharing exactly which model this is and which shops you find most reputable? I have a list going of locks LPL has preferred, but I’m a bit nervous to purchase as someone pretty ignorant of this world.
Huh, I always see these around, cheers for the video LPL. Maybe I'll have to pick one up now for locking my back shed up.
"secure this in the vice as we would find it in the wild" - totally not true. Putting lock in the vice does not reflect real situation. a) your lock is not vertical, the angle you have helps to pick b) there is NO WAY you could put your hand behind the door like you with vice. Maybe you should start doing real life scenario when the lock is mounted in the door.
Man, he only needed another 13 seconds to make it to the mid-roll ad threshold, and didn't even bother. The man is just adamantly against padding the video, even a tiny bit.
Died a little inside for a second when he didn't put a follower in
So many clicks!
When will we ever see a video that reaches the 4-minute mark before the lock is open..? :)
This guy is showing everyone how to pick locks so he can get more cases as a lawyer
Hello, I'm wondering if you have any experience with KABA cylinders.
So speaking of top tens, are you thinking of doing a top ten best or worst?
Am Aussie. I got given a key the other day at work and it WASN’T a bi-lock. I was so confused. Bi-locks are used in workplaces nearly everywhere down under.
BAD!!!! Is there unpickble one?
Ooo nice click on 2
This sounds very similar to what my dentist says, that I barely understand. Front distal, rear etc
You should do a list of locks you would use in your home. That would make a great video
If he spends more than 30 seconds opening the lock, it's a good lock.
You say you put it in the vice so it is as it is in the wild but then you place your hand behind the lock to apply tension?
Don't you mean A1 through 6 and B1 through 6?
”in the wild...” I almost heard that with Steve irwins voice, epic.
Start the video : 7 minutes long Ok this lock goes into my door
Madstack lock, absolutely madstack.
im the type of guy that after watching a couple of his video's i would get cocky and announce to my friends that i am a proffesional lockpicker and proceed to show but then fail miserably and embarras myself and rage like an idiot.
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Damn he’s good
I work with these locks all day everyday. They are pretty awesome the biggest downside to them is the key itself is prone to bending and can be easily snapped and that means big $$ to replace..
If i ever see lpl recommend a lock or say that its hard to open then i know that its good and worth the money, and i will respect that lock and the company that designed it.
Very nice, it seems this is a lock that takes some skill to pick.
you end up wasting a whole load of time. put this in an area with some regular traffic flow and someone is bound to notice you
"As we would find it in the wild"
Is there a lock out there this guy can't pick? Wtf!
It would give even experience like pictures a hard time pics in 2m two minutes and 52 seconds
Next task on LPL "Open Democrat brain to see how it ticks" WARNING VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED
I'm already proud. I have no right to be, I'm Australian but other then that, lel. I'm half way through the video. AND LPL IS STILL PICKING! I'm saving this bad boy. One of the rare cases LPL actually had to use a brain cell or two.
Not exactly "in the wild", your tensioning hand is inside the door itself, if it's mounted in a door.
have. The LPL then proceeds to gut his victim, carefully pulling out its insides and proudly claiming it was a worthy prey, giving it words of praise.
Very nice lock. Thanks for the great video!
You call that a lock? This is a lock!
am am went ham
Excellent I’m from Australia and about to renovate my house so you would recommend these? Although in the country if they can’t open a lock there isn’t anybody around to stop them just smashing a window to get in I guess. 😂 what’s the best padlocks? As we have plenty of shed with equipment in that’s our livelihood and need to protect that best we can as we could not earn a living then. Or how would you protect your sheds 😊
Lol I’ve used this lock for years! This is so cool!
Can you pick a Gerda lock? That is a very common lock in LT.
i've opened ome of these b4. with the keys. mongrel thing about them is you can rotate both clockwise or counter-clockwise. aaaaand only one of them will open it and if you're not expecting it and you're not used to it, it can take a moment to realise it can turn the other way. now what if you're trying to pick it for the 1st time and get the direction wrong? you end up wasting a whole load of time. put this in an area with some regular traffic flow and someone is bound to notice you
You know he's getting serious when he uses a vice to hold the lock.
Now if there was a way to connect the pins, so when you push one in it pushes the corresponding pin back down on the other side lol
When its cheaper to bust your door in and replace the whole system than pay a locksmith to unlock your door or remake your key, you know you've won.
You should design and make a lock that's hard for even you to break in to
You got to see the cut before you picked it.
I picked one of those once and it was the built up dirt dust that helped me open it because after I picked it pulled it apart then cleaned it and put it back together it became more difficult and too frustrating.
In Australia, every private school that I know of uses these BiLock V2 U-Shaped locks on pretty much all doors. Love the satisfaction when the teacher lets you put the key and twist it. To be honest, I feel like a king opening these locks. Will study this episode really well, just in-case a teacher needs a lock to be picked!
We have these fitted on trains in Australia. Not for entry or preventing train movements, but to test and disable the dead-man system.
Imagine that you wake up at night amd you hear at your door: *Guy calmly saying* "Nothing on three, nice click on four..."
@Botond Kántor If the robber is smart, they see this lock, they find an easier house to rob. If the robber comes in anyways, they'll be using a shotgun to get that door open. You saw how long it took LPL to get this thing open- your average Bad Guy (TM) is not going to have those skills.
@Veteran Sergeant Kilandros I was refering to a rober 😅
@Botond Kántor Not what I meant. What you would hear is a loud bang as the front door implodes, because the SWAT officer raiding you has watched this channel and knows how this lock is stronger than the door.
@Veteran Sergeant Kilandros He managed to pick it 🤷🏻♂️
engage half the time...
Nice bro! Been a while since I’ve seen you pick hi sec... I’m proud of ya. Keep that hi sec comin!
Great to see you get past a BiLock. Thought they where the bee's knees when I saw the cost per key
When you pick lock faster than with key:
Most Australian apartments buildings in Sydney use this.
*LPL ratings* #10 : BiLock V2 #1 : Moat around house with crocodiles, sharks and electric eels swimming in it
with a cylinder like that, the deadbolt or the metal door would give out before the lock does lol