字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント This is the lock picking lawyer. And I just got back from Loch Fest in Seattle, where I met some great people and participated in my very first lock picking competition. And what a great experience that waas being pitted against some really talented folks while picking under the pressure of both the competition and the clock. So I was really pleased to have taken home the first place prize, this pack Loch Model 900 A, which is engraved as the trophy. And I figured, what better way to show it off than to pick it open and show you what's inside? So let's get to it. I'm going to be using top of the key way tension with a 40 thousands thick pry bar and a standard hook in 18 thousands. Okay, nice click out of one. A little bit more. Okay. One feel set. Nothing on two three is binding. Three fields set forest binding. Got a nice click out of him. Click out of five little click out of six. Back to the beginning. One feel set. Two is binding tightly. Okay. I think we have to set now. Nothing on 34 five. Okay, click out of six and we open this up. So let's take it apart and see what's inside toe. Open this up. We need to remove an Allen screw down the shackle hole, okay? And I'll need to remove the clip on the back of that core. Okay, Now that the clip is off, we should just need the key and a follower. Okay, let's start by dumping these key pins out. Standard in one standard in two. Same in three serrated and four. Standard in five and serrated in six. Let's arrange these. Okay, let's get the driver pins out. Now it's a shallow spool and slot. One serrated in slot, too. Another shallow school in slot three serrated in four Spool in five and a standard pin in slot six. And it looks like all of the springs are the same. Okay, let me give you a little closer view of these pens. We have standard pins in slots. 123 and four is keep ins, then serrated in slots for and six. Note that thesis. Aerated pins are a little bit longer than the other ones. We probably don't cease orations in the standard key pins because they're shorter, and those serrations never would have come into play. Moving up to the driver pins. We have shallow spools and slots 13 and five serrated pins in slots two and four and a standard pin in slot six. So, as you can see from the penning pack, locks tend to be toward the front of the pack. When it comes to pick resistance, however, that's probably not going to be a problem for anyone who earns this trophy. In any case, that's all I have for you today. If you do have any questions or comments about this, please put them below. If you like this video and would like to see more like it, please subscribe. And, as always, have a nice day. Thank you.