im genuinely impressed alot of these lock picking skills i just keep incase i get my bike locked an lose the key ect Im finally subbed :>
I don't think it was meant to be that hard to pick. Who's going to be doing that at 25,000 feet and 700mph🤣🤣
Sidewinder Takedown Control - unplated switch contacts led to tons of intermittent problems. There were 3 configurations: ☑️ Multiple “Form C” Contacts (NORMALLY CLOSED / COMMON / NORMALLY OPEN) ☑️ Multiple “Dry Contact” NORMALLY OPEN ☑️ Multiple “Dry Contact” NORMALLY CLOSED *****. WE HAD HUGE PROBLEMS WHEN INITIALLY CONFIGURED. THEY HAD THE LOADS CONTROLLED *THROUGH* THE DRY CONTACTS. THEY WERE RATED @5A / 120VAC AND 3A / 24VDC . THE *ORIGINAL* DESIGN CALLED FOR DIRECT SWITCHING OF PILOT LAMPS AND *SOLENOID CONTACTORS* ( EXTREME DUTY RELAY) WERE USED ON THE FIRING CONTROL CKTS. IT TURNS OUT THAT TGE CONTACTORS (SOLENOID TYPE // THEY LOOKED LIKE BEEFIER VERSIONS OF AUTOMOTIVE STYLE “STARTER” SOLENOIDS) INTERMITTENTLY DREW MORE CURRENT THAN THE KEY SWITCH COULD HANDLE . THE LATER SYSTEM CONFIGURATION CALLED FOR SMALL HERMETICALLY SEALED “OMRON CUBE” TYPE RELAYS TO BE CONTROLLED BY THE KEY SWITCH AND THE SOLENOID CONTACTOR COILS TO BE POWERED *THROUGH THE CUBE RELAY*, REDUCING THE MECHANICAL KEY SWITCH LOAD TO BE 1/10 THE ORIGINAL POWER. (APPROXIMATELY 250-400MA) THEY WERE PROTECTED BY SLOW-BLOW AGC TYPE FUSES AND THE LATER VERSIONS HAD “FLEXIBLE” MODULES.. (THE MECHANICAL SWITCHES WERE STACKED AND A GROUP OF 2x SWITCHES COULD BE REPLACED IN THE FIELD. (THE VERY LAST VERSION HAD THR FLEX MODULES AND COULD BE CONFIGURED / EXPANDED FROM 4PDT UP TO 16DPDT . GREAT WORK AS ALWAYS !! THANK YOU SERBIAN PARALEGAL BLACKSMITH! 👍🏻🇺🇸😷💜
This lock, when installed in the normal position, is effectively unpickable. The normal position is "onboard a military aircraft," and military aircraft are generally parked on military bases when not in use. You'd have to get within arm's distance of the lock to even try to pick it. Good luck with that.
It's a lock with a key
For some reason your voice reminds me of the movie Stand by Me and I have no idea why. It's kinda strange.
In case the next world war comes, we know who to blame.
I think theres virtually no mechanical lock he cannot pick. So if the government forces of the USA will ever have to get something open (Without breaking it) they symply have to call this guy.
You say it's interesting after you open every lock can you go into detail with it I like learning new things so if you could would you plz say why you think it is interesting and why 😊 hope you keep posting I enjoy your videos only reason I ask is because the vids you post and would like to enjoy more of a video than I already do
He would pick it under a minute even if it was used by the resistance to lock their X-Wing attack systems.
Pick the lock for arming a nuclear missile. Come on, show us.
It's all fun and games until he figures out how to pick a missile lock
nuclear launch detected.
Yeah I don't think anyone's gonna be picking that in a fighter plane lol. Also it's not suppose to be unpickable, it's just a safety precaution to prevent some rookie from accidentally hitting the missiles. I think nowdays they are replaced with a cover over a button that arms the missiles and weapons.
Would this be easier if it were mounted in a panel?
You must be a force to behold in the bedroom. “Nothing on one..”
If this was a live situation, getting to the lock would be 99% of your problems. Arming the missile would be pie compared to the security around it.
Dearest people who think he should make a super high security lock that evades all non destructive entry......1. it would costs tens of thousands per lock (small market to spread R&D and fixed costs across). 2. It would be pointless. Locks today can be improved but it's a game of economics (your friendly neighborhood economist here). do you know how many elite locksport practitioners will ever try to crack your lock? The answer is zero. Elite locksport people don't want to break into your house and if they want to break into a building such as a government facility they rely on weaknesses that are so much easier to exploit than even a very weak lock. Such an endeavor would be absolutely pointless because the physical security around that lock would not be good. Just relax.
But don't worry we have safe locks like X10 that are fully capable of safe guarding our lightly sensitive info. And the national security sensitive stuff is much better kept than even that.
Thanks for the tutorial, omw to the pentagon
My man knows how to fucking destroy the world
If it’s RAF it will have a series of numbers on it. There’s a group of four dash group of two, then a couple more bunch’s of numbers. It is the second set of digits that are important, if they’re 99 it’s British, if they’re 01 it’s US. These numbers are known as NSN or NATO Stock Number.
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I *love* how your videos are short... something few UZloadrs "get" when it comes to making great content.
My Mom used that lock to lock me in in a cage
thanks this saved my job
Fully red when armed.
Ok. Now do it while flying a plane...
- Lieutenant, we have an unauthorized civilian approaching the bunker. - Sergeant, can you confirm ID? - Sir, it looks like incoming LPL. - Close the bomb doors.
Like a dentist unlocking the secrets to terrible tooth decay
WHERE DID YOU GET THAT? XD
He’s becoming too powerful.
try doing this in a silo and see what happens
The US government: Why do I hear boss music? LPL:
It probably didn't need to be a very secure lock, considering it would have been using in a already very secure area
The real master of unlocking right here
This is information that should not be in the hands of some people
Hereby, this video marks the beginning of world war 3 😂
When there's only a minute left and he hasn't even started picking yet
“Sir we don’t have the nuclear codes, what are we going to do?” *30 seconds later* “Click out of one, nothing on 2...”
Fun fact: every LPL video since this one has been from an FBI black site.
You can pick your friends and you can pick your nose but you cant pick your friends nose!
The reason these aren't super pickproof is that they usually have two keys which are farther apart than any one person can reach and have time outs on them so unless he can pick both of them in 30-60 seconds while maintaining tension on both he couldn't actually fire anything.
So what is a hard to pick lock?
He should have been in every call of duty to help
This is why I always max lock picking
" Knock , knock , ... " ... " Who's there ? " ... " FBI , can you open the door , please ? " ...
There is low probability that it come from a fighter as to avoid disconnection due to vibration the screw connection are avoided. And there's no key in any aircraft board.
I want to play Global Thermonuclear War
LPL: Easily demonstrates how (insert model number here) MasterLock can easily be picked Also LPL: Easily picks a *Missile Control Key Switch* U.S. Department of Defense: I fear no man. But that *thing* - it scares me
i'm off to the pentagon
This is why the mission control key needs two keys tuned simultaneously on two sides of the room. This lock is used for missle systems not necessarily jets.
i have some information about this lock, im tired of seeing it in my recommended. lol it seems youtube will just offer me the same ~40 videos until i watch one and they give me a new one...
What exactly are you planning?
This man is too smart to be left to his own devices..... don't become evil LPL
Can you take up hypnotism as well? whenever you start counting my eyes get heavy.
Another click on 3 and i it opened...now all US nukes will proceed towards China. And that’s all have a nice day
You need one of those quad 4 key locks that turn at the same time from a single user (if that even exsists) and this guy wouldn't be able to pick it
this can't be real Edit:room for editing just incase
How are you not sponsored by Simplisafe?
how do you pick high powered magnetic locks
For some reason while I wastching gameplay videos of Fate Grand Order I was recommended this Hence I think LPL is slated for a Assassin class servant in the future. We know this. He unlocks gacha rates
I imagine lockpicking lawyer as looking like an absolute Chad
Your fingernails look painfully short
i wonder if my gta character has to deal with this while stealing a lazer
This is a warning
Wait you had the keys....? Wouldn’t you know how to pick it based on the key design, knowing where the ups and downs are?????
Can u crack locks without picks?
What's the rest of the lock with a bunch of screwhead-like protrusions for? A handle to help with lockpicking?
When trump loses the next election, he will call LPL to help with the bomb switch
Assuming he could get into the facility he could probably find some way to send the thing flying
Government : laughs nervously
These videos are great but I always check the comments, y’all are hysterical.
I want to see a lock you cant pick
The amateur looking launch key hardware that controls a silo missile. Right.
Good thing your a lawyer. Because the feds be 👀
Can you pick yourself out of real handcuffs?
Next time try r/whatisthisthing! Reddit is the way for this kind of questions, not twitter!! I love your vids by the way.
I've seen similar switches used in railways to switch signal panels in and out of use, so I imagine the same types of switches could have been used in any number of Air force application, such as similar computer control panels on various systems.
"dad why did the US airforce attack the US?" *this mans in the AC130*
this guy played all the way through Skyrim using only one lock pick
Hey teacher how did the world end and we had to go to mars? Teacher: It all started with a man saying simple words, "50 Is Binding"
I wanna see him take that thing apart!
I know what this is, so have no fear! It is a lock, a big one! Hope that helps, any other lock related question you may have feel free to send me a message via carrier pigeon
This is the way the world ends: not with a bang but with, "nothing on 2, three is binding... and there"
a great way to find out what stuff is, is "www.reddit.com/r/Whatisthis/"
It isn't from the US but its US Air force 😂 1:05
EX RAF Pilot here. The person on twitter is correct, this is used to lock out and prime Jaguar GR1A sidewinder missles. A very rare part to be honest, only 75 of them were actually made though based on where you got this I assume it was more a "Copy a proven to work design" than an original GR1A sidewinder priming key.
1980 : this guy is too dangerous to be kept alive
put the camera in the hole.. i wanna see... im a perv
Trying picking it while dodging M16 fire.
How many people with 0 lock picking skills watch these just for the entertainment factor?
i just watch the videos for the comments
That seems to be more a lock cylinder for a missile silo.
Hey lockmaker, you should look at the Nikola Badger, just as a reference to see how a good product should operate!
yea question, how does it work?
With out the key, maybe you would have failed to open it not realising that so much torque was needed?
You picked the locks on what now?
Would it be in theory possible to have a unpickable Lock with 2 separate Keyholes where they are linked in a way. One is just a normal key that turs. The other is sort of a Full triangular keyway. In they keyway you insert a long rod with 32pins in 3 positions. Up-Mid-Down. Those are static. When you turn the key 96 pins fall onto this rod and stay into 1 position each. If they are all at the right hight a Electrical Signal passes through them unlocking. So you would need an exact replica of that. Would that be possible?