As a kid I had one that looked just like the 2nd one, and I always opened it up the way LPL did with the first one..... ahhh memories.
Me seeing a new LPL video: "Yay !" Lock companies seeing a new LPL video: "Oh crap !"
This video makes me especially happy for reasons I don't understand
....im visiting home right now, and i kinda wanna find my "Frontier safe" i got from god knows where, prolly some arcade or something? I know I got it in my old bedroom somewhere lol...
Cool mo dee
I had one of these safes as a kid, and still have it. I figured out even as a 10 year old how to crack it open.
Just steal my girlfriend already
if that's what i think it is, my sister had one. she forgot how to open it. i popped it with a screwdriver
These are dead easy
I had a similar one when i was little, i forgot the combo so used my dads flat head to pry it open. I still use it for my piggy bank today, memories!
Pretty sure I had that same "Fort Knox" safe as a kid and figured out how to force the lock just like you did on the first one.
LPL gets to the second lock. “Screw the lock. Remove the hinge pin”
That spring tool is the coolest thing I've seen
The cadence of your voice is remarkably similar to Robert Picardo (actor best known for playing the Hologram Medic on Star Trek Voyager). Does anybody ever ask you to say "Please state the nature of the medical emergency"?
THAT WAS CHEATING!! Did Fort Knox actually beat the LPL? 🤣
Seriously fort knox? seal that god damn hinge pin
When he used the spring on the "Fort Knox" safe, THE HUMILLIATION.
I used to have the black one and I used a pin to push out the hinge pin
One of the engineers I worked with a few years back had a tool box that he claimed was "not cheap trash like mine" and basically insulted me to the point of mild annoyance... I used the hinge attack on his toolboxes two hinges and it was open within 30 seconds... he wasn't impressed when he looked at my cheaper one and realised the same thing could not be done to it. I thought it was hillarious! Don't think he got a refund on his toolbox either :)
Has anyone ever seen the LockPickingLawyer and the MouseTrapMonday guy in the same room together? I haven’t. Coincidence? I think not.
I had that Fort Knox safe as a kid & don't think I remembered the combo for more than a week, but I loved the safe enough that I used if for years. I just opened it like you opened the first one. I just figured that was a "feature" of the safe so us dumb kids who forgot could still get in.
I was watching Ashens and he received a 1994 J.C. Penny toy catalogue that he was flipping through it when lo and behold, there it was. Fort Knox toy safe. Link for any interested: uzload.info/fun/Z2mXhWedw7GqtJs/video A bit different - gray instead of gold and with two hinges instead of one but in general, about the safe idea. So they were selling them into the 90's at least.
0:46 made me crack up. LPL lowkey has great comic timing
There needs to be an effort to send you to the real Fort Knox. Besides maybe a tour, never going to happen, but it'd still be fun.
I love these little safes because they are so easy to open. they look impressive but I use them to store my contraband.....
Could you recommend any good safes for use in the house? Doesn't have to be specific, but would like to look into some brands that cant be opened with a N52 magnet instantly.
I loved this thing as a kid. Sure wish I still had it, so I could give it to my son.
"we're just going to knock out this hinge pin" - That was the first thing I thought of, probably within a second, when I saw the thumbnail for this video. I was a little surprised you didn't lead with that approach I am curious exactly what you are able to see through the gap with the other lock, though; You didn't cover that!
I had one only it was labelled 'Diebold' and was grey.
More gold than the real Fort Knox, as President Rragan's Gold Commission discovered. That gold was given to the (privately owned) Federal Reserve Bank as payment on the interest of the national debt.
Sweet Delicious GOOOOOLLLDDDDD!
I had the Fort Knox safe as a kid
You should have used explosives.
So he is Jewish?! Aha!
I had one of these as a kid. Wish my mom saved it.
I had one of those safes as a kid. I was frustrated with the lack of security, and somehow talked my sainted Grandfather into knocking the lock off it and replacing it with a hasp and a keyed padlock. I still have it somewhere; guess I need to break in now using LPL MasterLock wizardry and see what I left in there.
Those gold chocolate coins probably have more gold in them than the actual Fort Knox lol
Where can i find one of them tools that knocks out hinge pins?
Growing up, my grandpa had a green version of that Fort Knox box that my siblings and I could open with the first method until we accidentally ripped the knob off. If only we’d thought of the second method; we could’ve retrieved our precious McDonald’s toys and shiny pennies...
heres an idea you make a video opening an acual bank vault maby a vault thats no longer in service or somthin idk
Somebody needs to " break " into Fort Knox . Expose the truth . Betcha the gold is gone .
I haven't seen those gold coins in yeeeears. I used to get them at Christmas in my stocking when I was a kid.
You every notice his strategy is just like hitting things or wiggling around until he hears a click
Hey thats how i opened my high school pe locker lol
This reminds me of the old Gold Coin condoms that came individually sealed in a tiny gold tin the shape of a half dollar. You had to fold the coin in half and the condom would come out. Thanks for the, uh, memories.
LBL well we left out keys to our fire safe box in AZ. Came back and needed to open it. Then I remembered some of your tips and tricks. In less than 15 minutes I open it. Gave my wife her birth certificate and our marriage license. Our son was staying at this home while we winter in AZ so there was emergency funds of $120 in it. He had the second key and moved for his internship. She took the emergency money for a dinner out.
I used a butter knife to pry on it then spin the dial back and forth back in 80’s
I have a gun lock idea it’s called the Zore X-gun lock it locks the slide itself and it’s chamber specific
“We’re just going to knock out this hinge pin....” literally how I open most “locked” things 😂😂😂
Judging by the scratches above and below the hinge on the Fort Knox box, the pin went out and back in multiple times...
he broke into the real fort Knox to dismantle and steal their locks
Sometimes lock picking isn't about the locks like what he did with the hinges
Wow, I didn't think a number click on anything could be louder than the ones on college gym lockers.
I saw the hinges and I knew exactly what he was gonna do
Gold? No. Chocolate. Even better. Gold can buy lots of chocolate. Doh!
That has to be the most devious way to get into a child's piggy bank, removing the pin.
honestly the second one, kinda sounded a bit like cheating, i was hoping to see you actualy get into it the normal way. even if these locks were a bit basic.
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha :) (y) Good one ! :) Fort Knox more like Fort Knocks :) :D
The first lock I picked was a lock on one of these safes
came for the lock picking knowledge, stayed for the laughs
i had that yellow safe as a kid, if i was to guess id say its from 1984
This dude just broke into fort Knox and no one noticed
I had that exact yellow safe as a kid.
The Fort Knox safe I had as a kid was simply to open. You just pulled on the dial while spinning it back and forth.
keep up the great content
Sledge hammer go crunch
That's actually pretty cool that the guy sent him all those chocolate coins. xD
I've had this safe since I was a kid! It holds all my coins that I've collected. Used to hold my "special" stuff too so my parents wouldn't find it lol.
next thing for LPL to do: Break into the White House or Pentagon!
That Fort Knox looks vintage!
This is surprisingly wholesome
This man could break into the real fort knox with those skills
That guy was brave sending chocolates out of Texas
Well I can open safes! Huh? Closing?? Let’s ignore that... heh...
hit 2 mil!
Woo hoo!!! I guessed the gold was chocolate!!!!
I challenge you to do that at the real Fort Knox in a live stream
My 6 year old is crying right now
Chocolate, my favorite type of treasure
Break into fort knox and pretend or don't think this is a suggestion
I used to have one of these! And I learned to pick it by feel :)
I know I've watched a lot of his videos when I looked at the hinge before he even said it.
what i wouldn't do for LPL to open his own shop where he sells tools that he personally uses to lockpick, as well as locks that he thinks are the most secure. it doesn't even have to be a shop, just some tier list of all the best locks perhaps.
Dang why would the hinges be outside
a lockpicking lawyer would have enough gold for that thumbnail...
wait it all golden chocolate coin?
No point in breaking into the real Fort Knox, theirs nothing in it.
I sent you something?
there were common 40+ years ago. I recall several of them in my youth
I had, and still have, that Fort Knox safe. It was my first piggy bank as a kid. If anything it got me into lock picking. The safe mechanism is exposed so even as a kid you understand why you have to turn the dials in a safe the way you do.
chocolate to me is way more valuable than gold.
I had this as a kid! You can open it by pulling the dial and feeling the clicks!
Figures LPL has gold chocolate coins
We had a toy safe like that when I was a kid, never knew the combination, never needed it, lol.
One of these days: "Alright, guys. Today we are at the National Reserve's hidden vault and there are, frankly, some unforgivable errors just from looking at it."
Ohhh these are easy, I was opening these at 8
What's that thing he used there?
Honestly, if you can use a hinge pin exploit, I wouldn't consider it a "seriour" security device. Frankly, those toy safes seem more secure than most of the gun locks you've shown... Wait, were they made by MasterLock?