Picking A Safe Using Auto Jigglers TUTORIAL

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  • Ray Shuler
    Ray Shuler  2 years back

    Good video !! Turn up the volume so I can hear you !!

    • waddac2
      waddac2   2 years back

      Thanks for watching and kind comment Ray. Yes volume is a bit bad as it is an old video I did ages ago with a rubbish camera. My newer videos I'm using a canon power shot which is better quality and audio. Thanks again for viewing and commenting buddy ;o))))

  • Jack Scheisse
    Jack Scheisse  2 years back

    Please keep it legal? What's the fun in that? I always use people's teachings for acts of great evil.

    • fred grant
      fred grant  2 years back

      I have the same set...that is very handy on safes....PEACE!!!!

      • capt Midnite
        capt Midnite  3 years back

        very well done ,,

        • waddac2
          waddac2   3 years back

          Thank you buddy ;o))))

      • Quad-Vision
        Quad-Vision  4 years back

        Glad I stumbled across this, i have the exact same safe also lost the keys! I'll get into it hopefully as easy as you do too :) Thanks awesome video 5*

        • waddac2
          waddac2   4 years back

          You are more than welcome ;o))))

        • Quad-Vision
          Quad-Vision  4 years back

          Indeed and I should of done that. I'll buy a little set of these jigglers so the drill wont be needed next time :) thanks

        • waddac2
          waddac2   4 years back

          At least you got in, but you could have also made a basic jiggler pick from a bit of metal

        • waddac2
          waddac2   4 years back

          You can get jigglers that are meant to work on some euro locks and pin tumbler padlocks but I have never tried them and probably would not as think they are more of a gimmick.

        • Quad-Vision
          Quad-Vision  4 years back

          Didn't have the jigglers I havnt got round to buying them yet, i got in with a drill, took ages! destroyed everything off the front, all for 24p haha. Oh well

      • lemon show
        lemon show  4 years back

        !

      • IberianTRex
        IberianTRex  5 years back

        That Jigglers.. Too easy for you mate, sure you open this Safe in less than a minute with that half ball pick ;-)

        • waddac2
          waddac2   5 years back

          Yes buddy, while on site picking at work it I did use a half ball pick and she flew open very quick ;o))))

      • waddac2
        waddac2   7 years back

        Yep, Im in uk buddy and a good site here for cheap picks is withoutakey.co.uk and for bump keys is specialkeys.co.uk. Special keys is our forum store on uklocksport

        • Thumper J
          Thumper J  7 years back

          did not relize u was in uk

          • waddac2
            waddac2   7 years back

            Just checked... Will be expensive from USA to Uk on products :o(

            • waddac2
              waddac2   7 years back

              Nice one buddy, will check it out :o))))

              • Thumper J
                Thumper J  7 years back

                ya its got awsome things on there but as for the picks if u hover your mouse over self defence at the top of page it will show a drop down and in that list it will say lock picks

                • waddac2
                  waddac2   7 years back

                  It looks great but only see small pick set there on a quick look through. I like look of the site due to my interest in hand forged katana of which I have several.... got to look at your link better. Cheers for that buddy :o))))

                  • Thumper J
                    Thumper J  7 years back

                    its budk dot com

                    • waddac2
                      waddac2   7 years back

                      I will have to check the site myself as stopped doing videos a long time ago for the company I did this video for.

                      • Thumper J
                        Thumper J  7 years back

                        check out budk website under self defence the ones that r being used in this video cost 20bucks

                        • waddac2
                          waddac2   7 years back

                          Hi, sorry delay as been really busy my friend. I have small medium and large. The large jigglers are to me far the best as they fit a whole range of wafer locks so would go for them. I have used my mediums a few times for odd lock at work (not many) Now the small ones I do not really use at all until I come across a small enough lock. Ive opened and locked my upvc windows with them (internal handle lock) they may be good for suit cases etc..

                          Go for large buddy :o))))

                          • Dan Drones
                            Dan Drones  7 years back

                            any tips to jiggler selection?

                            • waddac2
                              waddac2   8 years back

                              Shukran Bill my friend :o)))

                              • waddac2
                                waddac2   9 years back

                                Cheers for that Frank. It was fun when I first picked it at work as was told "you will never pick that, its not a cheap argos one you know" So it was nice when I actually saw the safe and knew what I was dealing with

                                I had it open in under 1 minute using pick and wrench, but as I said in the video if I would have taken the jigglers you can be looking at only 10 to 30 seconds if you jiggle and catch the wafers right away, and use the correct jiggler on the bunch. Thanks again Frank mate :-)

                                • bmfrank
                                  bmfrank  9 years back

                                  nice 1 wad

                                  • kokomolock
                                    kokomolock  9 years back

                                    Nice Safe Video!! Have you tried "Bouncing" it open??