I've found by the logo en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dagdizel_Plant
Has he ever met a like he liked? I.e. took for ever to open?
In Soviet Russia lock picks you
In Soviet Russia lock picks you.
Is not the problem with this design that there is nothing holding the other side of the shackle? (Still better than shimmable.)
The only other locks of this kind I could find on the internet were selling on Russian kind of ebay. Just a couple sellers, but both of them were situationed in Crimea.
Soviet engineers were great at designing things that worked well with minimal complexity. That sort of beautiful simplicity pops up al over the place in old Soviet products.
The soviets are kings of simplicity. See: AK47.
KISS - Keep it simple and stupid
I love that logo, does anyone know anything about it? It looks sort of like a bear trap to me.
OK so is there actually ANY lock that will actually work? I'm not being a jerk, I'm really asking, since you demolish all of them in like, 10 seconds or less, usually.
Аххх, советские замки - оплот надёжности и гарантия качества!
LDL: obviously it's a weak lock. me: because you are over powered and you should be nerfed.
In Soviet Russia, lock teach capitalist American lock makers how to do job!
Il give that lock...... 3.6 Not great. Not terrible
For a moment I zoned out into my thoughts and came back to a picked lock. What the fuck? I wasn't here for less than 10 seconds!!!
Man I would love to get a dozen of those with the interchangeable core standard...
when the video is longer than two minutes it's either quite a good lock or quite a bad lock. No inbetween.
Is the LPL working his way up to designing the best lock in the world?
He sounds like my dentist
"Did you just say Soviet?" Bald and Bankrupt
Dude, you're genius
So pair this design with a good core What's the resistance to cutting like?
Is not kopek is kopeek
IN MOTHER RUSSIA, LOCK PICKS YOU!
Seemed like it had been a while since you used actual tools. I thought maybe you finally managed to lock yourself out of the garage.
Seriously good looking Lock, I like it! Can it be dismantled and the core upgraded or modded to make it more secure, may hunt around for one on Ebay
I think I remember seeing this lock on BosnianBill's channel.
this man gives away free R&D advice - has any manufacture listened to him?
Pick the hiplok bike lock
"WE can learn from this old Soviet padlock" Well said comrade
Put a medico in it!
"A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away."
@survivaltest 370 eh?
@SMOOTH JAZZZ leys build a bridge
Kalashnikov be like
In Soviet Russia, lock picks YOU!
i wonder what an LPL designed lock would look like. What would he prioritize pick resistance? shackle security? body strength? size? functionality? how would he combine all these things and watever else he could think of into a lock?
I’d like to see you make a simple high secure lock
Would it be possible to re-pin that lock with security pins? It looks like the core can slide out pretty easy if you have access to whatever is retaining it.
How hard would it be to just turn that thing with a screwdriver though?
i would like to see a list of good secure locks to buy
LPL "drumming up custom(for the court system)😉 since starting his channel. Only kidding I'm sure nothing you show increases the systems workload, not nowadays anyhow. Keep the channel great. Your videos must help alot of folks secure their things especially when you come against some of your hard "picks/workarounds"..
In russia padlock unlock you!
Махачкала производитель) Или Каспийск)
“Corrosion resistant aluminium lock body” _laughs in hydrochloric acid_
Бфогу то мотчегфаиь
Who are you and how did you get in here? I'm the Lockpicking Lawyer and I'm the Lock picking Lawyer.
You should pick another car lock, perhaps the key used on the 1990's Lexus door and ignition. Quite an interesting key and lock.
I really want a video of Lockpicking lawyer cursing someone out in a calm tone it would be hilarious
I always beat my wife with a soviet lock always handy great review
I'm still curious of what this man deems the best lock. Since every one he finds he just picks easily
I would have enjoyed watching you take it apart.
You need to build your own lock !! I would love to see what it looks like.
Is a wiper core from a windshield wiper blade?
Do you think you can open / gut this lock? I'm curious to see what's inside
Here is one that I think you might like to show the flaws of. stopboxusa.com/products/stopbox?variant=32142586773552
It took me longer to read few comments than to watch the video
“Weak core” does not sound very convincing, coming from man who picked around 1100 locks.
Just a friendly suggestion on the pronunciation of kopek its pronounced more like kapeyek stressed on a only. If you are using an English name then it is kopeks in plural like you say 1 dollar 20 cents instead of cent.
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You should design and have manufactured a padlock which you can endorse . If only 10% of your subscribers bought the lock you would still make a fortune.
I tried to come up with a Master Lock joke but this lock is too good to compare it to a masterlock.
So, I've been watching a lot of LPL lately. While loosening the bolts on a 6-bolt flange, I found myself saying "1 is loose, 2 is loose, nothing on 3, a click on 4..." I got the flanges apart in only 14s with just an ordinary wrench. Not on video, so it does not count.
Why is lock pick training made for kids? Something is wrong. I want notifications when new videos come out.
Can one use mild steel or other materials for the pins? I wanna practice making my own pins etc but brass is hard to get where I am.
Where can i get these lockpickers thingy
My old D lock used the same design as this.
Do they make it in bluetooth?
Is there a lock that it was complicated for the pl to pick?
Soviet locks are good at some point, they are thick and stay long . For instance, mine is older than me, it is dual lock with triangle and circle on keys.
What kind of safe would you recommend?
Have you ever had a lock you couldn’t pick?
it looks like it was rust as hell and then was grinded or sandblasted before selling
Instructions unclear, nuclear countdown sequence initiated.
Still took longer then a master lock
i would love to see a lock that thelockpickinglawyer woulf design
You have probably gotten recommendations for this already, but i saw an ad for the “STOPBOX” gun box advertised as an “Inverted tumbler lock”. I figured it would have unique weaknesses for you. Keep up with the great content please!
Vsio geñalna prosta
With the shackle held in place directly by the lock core, pulling on it will make the core want to rotate. This means the only thing preventing it from being forced open are the 4 or 5 little key pins inside the core holding it locked. It's hard to imagine they'd stand up to even a crowbar, much less a hammer. But even if the key pins don't outright break, just a bit of deformation will prevent them from sliding and cause the mechanism to jam, and now you have a lock that cannot be opened attached to your door. The lock core is easily the weakest part of the lock. That's why in a normal lock it's buried deep inside with an indirect linkage mechanism that prevents force applied on the shackle from being transmitted into the core itself.
I think the way they made this lock prevents the shackle from applying any significant torque to the lock core. When the shackle is retained by the rotated core the cutout in the shackle will essentially act as a ramp that transfers a sideways force to the core when the shackle is pulled, not rotation. That sideways force probably causes enough friction between the core and its housing to prevent it from turning while the shackle is being pulled, even if the pins were removed completely. That being said you could defeat this lock by drilling the core out, or by drilling a pair of holes in the front of the core so it can be forcibly turned with a face spanner, shearing the pins. This fault could in turn be overcome by hardening the core (you'll note that the core appears to be made of steel, not brass) such that it cannot be cut with a standard drill.
I wonder if a downside to this lock design is physical resistance to attack. It doesn't look like there's a whole lot of metal locking the shackle down, and since it's part of the core which of course has pin holes drilled in it, maybe all it would take to crack or sheer the core and liberate the shackle is a good tap with a small hammer? The pins themselves could also sheer, since they would be under a decent amount of torque.
Rumor has it that Lockpickinglawyer's house has no doors whatsoever
Wouldnt locks be unpickable if instead of having a pin system and a turning system, it would be an electric lock which only unlocked when all pins were up at the same time transfering the current. this means no tension which means lock picks cant keep the pins up to create the current
"I've examined thousands of locks...bankrupted hundreds of lock making companies....and broken the hearts of two former partners"
In Soviet Russia, lock picks you!
It looks bullet proof but it certainly is not pick proof.
I too am a fan of elegant design. "Simple" is a POWERFUL concept! When well applied of course.
Come here from the skate video. Very cool shit!
Is every core a weak core, or are you just too much of a professional lock pick?
I Love Russia.
I feel like the main reason we don't see this design more these days is that it must have been a lot harder to assemble the pinning on locks like these, rather than the standard core/pin combos we see today. Why they don't just make extra-long cores in these setups that have cutouts on the ends might be due to space restrictions.
I imagine LPL picking his nose... "Nothing on one, two is sticky, click out of three"
So basically find an old soviet lock cheap on Ebay rather than a Master Lock at the Walmart. ;)
Great lock. It has always been a source of amusement to me how the Soviets seem to build everything to withstand a nuclear holocaust. I bought a surplus electrical tester in about 1973. It was super tough itself but housed in 1/4" plate water sealed carry box. I still have it and it still works.
Really love seeing locks from the past and other nations! :D
I know the core isn't that impressive, but at least he didn't rake it open
Now we just need a lock with this design but with a good core.
I like to see locks from other countries
Episode 16 "Someone's breaking into the house." "We've got a Russian lock. They can't open it unless they can pick in Russian." «Это клик из одного, два обязательны, ничего не три ...»
@MrPaukann "You hear two, is mandatory. You click or go Siberia, lock door on outhouse."
That's the most broken Russian I've ever seen. "This is a click (in a computer sense) from the one, two are mandatory, nothing is three"