Safe Cracking; How to open a Sentry Gun Safe in under 1 minute


Comments • 557

  • Universe U
    Universe U  7 hours back

    This brand should rename their product as being Fire Safe only forget about the rest. Either these or using the magnet they are like impossible to keep looked

    • Jason Phillips
      Jason Phillips  7 days back

      Yeah I have a key for mine and I'm able to open the door and actually know that I touched the reset button, and still it won't let me reprogram the damn combo.
      NOW WHAT?

      • rebecca goode
        rebecca goode  4 weeks back

        How do I know where the reset button is located? I've ran the metal up and down but can't seem to find it. Thanks

        • Steve Mann
          Steve Mann  1 months back

          QUESTION- Can the manufacturer's code be removed from these safes? Do you know? Thanks!

          • Saul A.
            Saul A.  2 months back

            This so amazing !!! I really needed the help because we forgot the password and lost the key ?

            • Hatzby Hatzby
              Hatzby Hatzby  3 months back

              How to open configuration dial number for SENTRY SAFE MSO 200..

              • XXX 666
                XXX 666  3 months back

                Mw2 sentry gun lmao

                • Rodrigo Dalay
                  Rodrigo Dalay  4 months back

                  Hi I have a sentry digital safe that ran out of battery and a lost key. Any idea how can I open the safe? Thanks

                  • Gonzalo sanchez sanchez
                    Gonzalo sanchez sanchez  6 months back

                    that's why I love my COMFO SAFE UL 30x6

                    • 3ds max
                      3ds max  6 months back

                      Not careful you can bust the switch head off since they too are cheap as shit.

                      Been a locksmith for over 25 years myself.

                      • Hammer Ology
                        Hammer Ology  8 months back

                        I'd file the button down so I'd have to use a pen to reset it!

                        • jake Forester
                          jake Forester  8 months back

                          You already had the safe open before you put the metal plate in the door jam. Your a fucking moron dont waste people's time with your dumb ass video like this

                          • Mark Greenwood
                            Mark Greenwood  8 months back

                            the door was not closed when he inserted strip of metal it was slightly open until located pin then cloese door. sort of defeats object

                            • Zoltan Ember
                              Zoltan Ember  9 months back

                              This should be up on YouTube

                              • Kevin Holikan
                                Kevin Holikan  9 months back

                                He actually over doing it. All u need is a solid puck magnet put in the upper right hand corner and giggle it. Will open without any sign of being forced open. Steal some money slowly over time. Ur good to go

                                • GlassmanDan !
                                  GlassmanDan !  9 months back

                                  Old black water sweat shirt it’s Academy now

                                  • minicoopertn
                                    minicoopertn  9 months back

                                    Just use a magnet on the outside top left hand corner on the door to open the safe. It's a lot easier. 10 seconds max.

                                    • Kevin Keener
                                      Kevin Keener  10 months back

                                      Ok so I just broke into a house. I see this sentry safe, and I forgot my thin piece of metal. What do I do now?

                                      • Jeramy Grajiola
                                        Jeramy Grajiola  10 months back

                                        Buddy of mine saw somewhere ona. Video that all you uave to do with a digital safe pad is pull it off and pull the battery an couple of time and play around with it and the keypad either resets or allows you to set in a new code.

                                        • Mark Kanzler
                                          Mark Kanzler  11 months back

                                          Put a cap over the reset button.

                                          • bill adams
                                            bill adams  11 months back

                                            Why is it better to have guns in a safe even a cheap safe ? Because the penalty for safe cracking is much stiffer than common theft

                                            • Frank The Rabbit
                                              Frank The Rabbit  11 months back

                                              Stupid ass shitty safe

                                              • hokeypokeyalso1
                                                hokeypokeyalso1  12 months back

                                                WOW, buy American. The safes from China are CRAP. You might as well put your valuables under your bed.

                                                • Ray Bailey
                                                  Ray Bailey  12 months back

                                                  That sux

                                                  • Jason Konoski
                                                    Jason Konoski  12 months back

                                                    I bought a used different model safe, same design. No back up key no code. This method worked. Took me a while to find the push button. But it worked thanks! I got a $1000 executive safe for $150 in damn near brand new condition

                                                    • Glenn L
                                                      Glenn L  1 years back

                                                      Wow that's pathetic...

                                                      • gschopp
                                                        gschopp  1 years back

                                                        Sentry sucks! I'm here bc my BRAND NEW safe has the keys stuck in. Jiggled and wiggled, key stuck, safe open, what garbage!

                                                        • Marcus Oakenshield
                                                          Marcus Oakenshield  1 years back

                                                          why even show this to the public, you a fucking crook?

                                                          • Blackdog4818
                                                            Blackdog4818  1 years back

                                                            Man, how many design flaws do these Sentry safes have?

                                                            • Ken Berscheit
                                                              Ken Berscheit  1 years back

                                                              sentry is junk .no matter what size

                                                              • Uber You Tuber
                                                                Uber You Tuber  1 years back

                                                                okay so you cover the reset button. this is an easy fix. HOW ELSE do you protect the electronic safes from being broken into besides covering the reset button?

                                                                • einfussganger
                                                                  einfussganger  1 years back

                                                                  If you have one of these safes, just disable the button and remember the friggin' 5-digit code. Or wire the button to an ear piercing siren. If you don't have this safe, just make a sticker like the one shown in the video and put it on the corner of the safe so the thief will waste time and get frustrated trying to trigger a reset button that isn't there.

                                                                  • watchguy79
                                                                    watchguy79  1 years back

                                                                    You can do all that people mentioned below, or just.. Don't buy a sentury safe.

                                                                    • ruby kaufman
                                                                      ruby kaufman  2 years back

                                                                      Well i am glad i don't own this safe not that any safe is 100% but this is the pits being published on YouTube like this, i doubt anybody seeing this and owning that safe feels like their shit is secure anymore! Or just buy this tool:

                                                                      • WindyKinz
                                                                        WindyKinz  2 years back

                                                                        My parents keep my brothers Xbox, my phone and computer in their safe in the back room in the basement. And they have a bronze browning safe with that deer/elk logo on it. Any ideas?

                                                                        • YouDontKnowMe
                                                                          YouDontKnowMe  2 years back

                                                                          My safe is in my alarmed and locked house. it is behind a locked reinforced interior door as well. If you make it through all that then you deserve to have its contents should you get out alive.

                                                                          • Rob Calhoun
                                                                            Rob Calhoun  2 years back

                                                                            So this attack could be foiled by simply adding a shroud over the reset button that forces you to enter the shroud with a finger & bend from an angle. That would prevent flat through the door or even drill through the back and wire to reach.

                                                                            • Brandon E. Smith
                                                                              Brandon E. Smith  2 years back

                                                                              I stopped buying products made in China a long, long time ago.

                                                                              • Jeremy Fay
                                                                                Jeremy Fay  2 years back

                                                                                Wow, very scary. Thanks for exposing this critical design flaw. Hopefully this has already been rectified.

                                                                                • SPPPSydney
                                                                                  SPPPSydney  2 years back

                                                                                  This is terrible. Hope no kids watch this

                                                                                  • tsfcancerman
                                                                                    tsfcancerman  2 years back

                                                                                    use a magnet on solenoid

                                                                                    • Richard Lee
                                                                                      Richard Lee  2 years back

                                                                                      1. Remove the inside cover. (Use #2 Phillips screwdriver).
                                                                                      2. Unplug the button cable from the circuit board.
                                                                                      3. Remove the button from the cover.
                                                                                      4. Feed the button cable into the hole in the cover.
                                                                                      5. Plug the cable back into the circuit board.
                                                                                      6. Reinstall the inside cover.
                                                                                      7. Bend the button cable downwards 3 or 4 inches.
                                                                                      8. Apply tape over the cable hole, so the wire doesn't move around.

                                                                                      Now, the button is hanging down like a wet noodle..
                                                                                      It will take a VERY long time to press that loose hanging button with a shim..
                                                                                      But, it's still easy to operate when you need to change the combo..

                                                                                      • PandaLegionz
                                                                                        PandaLegionz  3 years back

                                                                                        So thats how they stole my unicorn damn you smart thieves!!!!!!!! damn you!!!!!!

                                                                                        • Martin Deleon
                                                                                          Martin Deleon  3 years back

                                                                                          your mother must have taught you that

                                                                                          • Martin Deleon
                                                                                            Martin Deleon  3 years back

                                                                                            if it was reset you should of inner 1234 not 12356, i have the same safe and that did not work, all you did inner your real lock #, all the store use 12345

                                                                                            • Charlie Hutch
                                                                                              Charlie Hutch  3 years back

                                                                                              cant think or spell? go back to schoooool.

                                                                                          • Bruce Peyton
                                                                                            Bruce Peyton  3 years back

                                                                                            other safes have a plastic cap over it now.

                                                                                            • Matt Smith
                                                                                              Matt Smith  9 months back

                                                                                              Mine has brass threaded cap over it, so I’d say they seen your video def served it’s purpose.

                                                                                            • Kelly Alwood
                                                                                              Kelly Alwood   3 years back

                                                                                              I make these videos to inform consumers of risks and encourage manufacturers to modify design flaws. I'm happy to hear they did.
                                                                                              Thank you for your comment Bruce.

                                                                                          • Fatty McFart
                                                                                            Fatty McFart  3 years back

                                                                                            My safe won't let me reset it unless it's open

                                                                                            • Don Becker
                                                                                              Don Becker  3 years back

                                                                                              someone mentioned to me today about how a safe can be cracked in 5 mins.. I watched this then inspected mine. My reset button has a cover.

                                                                                              • Kelly Alwood
                                                                                                Kelly Alwood   3 years back

                                                                                                After this video they company started covering the buttons. Which is Exactly why we test security products. To inform consumers and encourage manufacturers to notice and correct flaws.