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  • This is the lock picking lawyer and I was recently in my local Home Depot store and saw a new display with a huge selection of Brinks padlocks.

  • And as I looked more carefully, I noted the products and prices lined up pretty closely with the master locks a few feet away.

  • So I thought it might be a good idea to compare locks with similar constructions and prices to help people make a better decision at the store Today will compare the master lock model M five with the Brinks Model 6 72 They are both 50 millimeter laminated steel padlocks, and the prices are very close.

  • The master lock is $11.98 and the Brinks is 50 cents cheaper at $11.48.

  • Both of these locks have ball bearing locking mechanisms that retain cut resistant boron alloy shackles.

  • The Brink shackle is about half a millimeter thicker, though the master lock has Thea octagonal construction, so they probably have very similar performance.

  • The only significant difference between the two products is the core found inside.

  • The master lock has a four pen core with no security pins, and that's going to be very easy to pick.

  • In fact, let's do that right now.

  • I'm going to use bottom of the key way tension with a 40 thousands thick wiper insert and a standard hook in 25 thousands.

  • Click out of one click out of two click out of three Click out of four, and we open that up not very hard at all.

  • The Brinks has one more pin at five, but more importantly, it is full of spools, which means it's going to take more time and skill toe open.

  • So let's try this one.

  • Now I'm going to use top of the key way tension for this with a 40,000 stick pry bar and this standard hook in 18 thousands.

  • Nothing on one.

  • Nice click on to click out of three and up.

  • Three's not quite set.

  • There we go.

  • I think we got three set now.

  • Four counter rotation.

  • Gotta click out of him.

  • I think he set can a rotation on five.

  • He is set back toe one counter rotation.

  • One feel set.

  • Nothing on 234 Okay, five, drop down counter rotation and we got this open.

  • So as you can see the core is appreciably harder to pick open.

  • Given this and the fact that these locks are nearly identical in their other features, I think the Brinks is the superior product, and it's 50 cents cheaper.

  • In any case, that's all I have for you today.

  • If you do have any questions or comments, please put them below.

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  • And, as always, have a nice day.

  • Thank you.

This is the lock picking lawyer and I was recently in my local Home Depot store and saw a new display with a huge selection of Brinks padlocks.

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952] マスターロック対ブリンクス-50mmラミネートスチール南京錠 ([952] Master Lock vs. Brinks — 50mm Laminated Steel Padlocks)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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