7 pin Safe Tubular Lock picked.

Share
HTML-code
  • Published: 19 August 2013
  • Another little fun project which hopefully will advance my technique in using these tubular picks. Could SPP it I suppose, but why do that when you've gone to the expense of buying the tools.
  • Science and Technology Science and Technology

Comments • 57

  • Celso Silva
    Celso Silva  1 months back

    Desculpa mais e desnecessário esse trabalho todo. Comprei um desse mesmo modelo sem chave e sem senha . E só dá várias pancadas forte e ao mesmo tempo ir forçando para ele abrir q ele destrava. 98%de chance de isso dá certo.

    • Celso Silva
      Celso Silva  1 months back

      Desculpa mais e desnecessário esse trabalho todo. Comprei um desse mesmo modelo sem chave e sem senha . E só dá várias pancadas forte e ao mesmo tempo ir forçando para ele abrir q ele destrava. 98%de chance de isso dá certo.

      • JD Gullett
        JD Gullett  9 months back

        Good show old boy, bloody American with a cheap gunsafe that others on here wiggle the tubular pick 2 seconds and wa la Open!!! But like you said old boy you have to tinker with it a bit and it does piss you about quite a lot!!!! Also you showing how to set and zero out the pins helped a great deal!!! Cheers!!!!! Wish me luck!!!!

        • holio
          holio  9 months back

          Same here

      • Fred Harvey
        Fred Harvey  9 months back

        I just ordered one of these sets. I have a safe like this and the battery died. Inside is a loaded .357 Magnum. Ouch!

        • Ben7seven7
          Ben7seven7  10 months back

          You’re not using the right technique with the pick. You should not be lifting the pick in and out, you need to be using constant pressure down into the lock and lightly jiggle left and right.

          If you have trouble getting in right away still then you need to adjust the tension of the collar. You should always start with the lightener tension on the collar followed by very slightly tighter tension if needed.

          Once the lock is open immediately pull the pick out and snugly tighten down the collar so it holds the feeler gauges into place. You now will have a the equivalent of a working key. You can use southords included decoder for the purpose of having a new key made.

          • Gordon Talge
            Gordon Talge  11 months back

            Turn it half way so that it's not all the way open. Remove the pick and reset the feelers. Then careful not to turn the lock push the pick in solid so the feelers will set, then tighten the ring.

            You then will have a "key".

            • Ahmed Ali
              Ahmed Ali  1 years back

              محتاجه اسئل شخص عربي علي الخزنه دى حد اشتراها

              • PHILL DIXON
                PHILL DIXON  1 years back

                Keep practising, you did well opening that my friend. Ive been messing about with locks about 40 years and still ain’t perfect.

                • Eduardo Patricio K
                  Eduardo Patricio K  2 years back

                  Sos un desastre sorete

                  • فايز T zz
                    فايز T zz  2 years back

                    عسل

                    • فايز T zz
                      فايز T zz  2 years back

                      جبن

                      • Miza Rahman
                        Miza Rahman  2 years back

                        locker service 01719524358 mizan,gulshan-1, dhaka

                        • Miza Rahman
                          Miza Rahman  2 years back

                          আমার কাছে এক মিনিট লাগে

                          • Søren
                            Søren  2 years back

                            Thanks for your video !! Could a 8 pin tubular lock pick open a 7 pin tubular lock ???

                            • shadow run
                              shadow run  2 years back

                              i bought my set of 3 from ebay. and damn, it works! it opened my dsfety lock box, as well. lol damn im happy it worked. ha ha ure funny. thanks for the video. also, my motorcycle has the same type of lock. hmm. so i should test these, and see, so if i for get my keys..and NO, ITS NOT A HARLEY!

                              • Maj. Dude
                                Maj. Dude  2 years back

                                Maybe it was the camera, but it looked to me like you were not holding the lock picker straight enough, a little too much downward angle?

                                • Mickel Nick
                                  Mickel Nick  3 years back

                                  where can i buy

                                  • miroslav bićanić
                                    miroslav bićanić  3 years back

                                    PLEAS WASH YOUR NAILS "BLJAK"

                                    • unklemiso
                                      unklemiso  3 years back

                                      what is this tool you're using?

                                      • Paul G
                                        Paul G  3 years back

                                        Those small digital safes can be opened by hitting the edge of the plastic housing above the bit you turn with any hard object, hit and turn together & it should open. Failing that, picking up the safe then dropping it as you turn the open dial thingy usually opens them, you can bounce the safe on a mattress or sofa turning as it hits, this opens most electronic safes. Some can also have their codes changed by cutting a coke can to make a slim piece of metal which slides in between the door & hinges where there's a reset button which gets pressed in, enabling you to change codes. Helpful if you forget code & loose keys!!!

                                        • PHILL DIXON
                                          PHILL DIXON  1 years back

                                          LDU2U i agree theres no skill in brute force i like proper lock picking its an art.

                                        • רחל
                                          רחל  2 years back

                                          Paul G None of those methods you mentioned worked succesfully on my safe.

                                        • Jose Ramon Ochoa Estrada
                                          Jose Ramon Ochoa Estrada  2 years back

                                          Paul G

                                        • LDU2U
                                          LDU2U   3 years back

                                          Yeah I know Paul, there are plenty of YT videos doing the bumping method, but this video is purely for the Locksport enthusiasts. You access that reset button through the hole at the back of the safe, obviously when the safe is not fixed to the wall of course. This video is more about practicing with a tubular pick among the Locksport hobbyists such as myself. Thank You for watching and input though Paul ;-)

                                      • Handle
                                        Handle  4 years back

                                        Where can I buy

                                        • Mogens Steffensen
                                          Mogens Steffensen  1 years back

                                          K

                                        • فايز T zz
                                          فايز T zz  1 years back

                                          وش قصدك

                                        • Ahmed Ali
                                          Ahmed Ali  1 years back

                                          فايز T zz من فضلك

                                        • فايز T zz
                                          فايز T zz  2 years back

                                          كل زق

                                        • LDU2U
                                          LDU2U   3 years back

                                          But don't expect them to work on every lock, you only see tubular locks being successfully picked on YT?  They are OK I suppose, but you need a lot of practice and patience if you think all locks can be picked with these?  Happy picking :-)

                                      • Slick Six
                                        Slick Six  4 years back

                                        Use a better tubular pick and practice and it will be in some case's quicker than the key its self. Brilliant pick in the right hands of a locksmith.

                                        • B Nasty
                                          B Nasty  8 months back

                                          Ben7seven7 actually knows what he's talking about. That safe is very cheap and easy to open. It should be stupidly easy. You don't have the right technique or feel. You're doing it wrong, making excuses, and have people that don't know how to pick backing you up and making excuses for you.

                                          Trust me, I can open these safes without picks with and without batteries, and no damage.

                                        • B Nasty
                                          B Nasty  8 months back

                                          Slick Six doesn't know what he's talking about. Southard is a quality pick.

                                        • LDU2U
                                          LDU2U   3 years back

                                          If I can offer my opinion Stephanie, I have this one and a cheap Chinese one, they all function the same. For example, the collar to tension the 7 pick wires don't tension them equally. This may work on normal cheap tubular locks, but they certainly cause problems with high end security tubular locks, with variable spring tensions acting on different pins, and security pins in the lock. "Peterson" tubular pick I believe is the best, but are very expensive.

                                        • stephanie benoit
                                          stephanie benoit  3 years back

                                          +Slick Six what would be a good tubular pick to get?

                                        • LDU2U
                                          LDU2U   4 years back

                                          +Slick Six
                                          Too true. I've only picked a couple tubulars anyway, in fact I haven't done one since that video. Thanks for watching Slick.

                                      • Rock Star
                                        Rock Star  4 years back

                                        Fuck the video, I'm guessing your Australian? if not, either way your accent is awesome :0

                                        • chin wong
                                          chin wong  5 years back

                                          i have the same problem,when trying too relock,with tubular lock picks.

                                          GREAT VID,WAYNE,UK

                                          • Raymond Gill
                                            Raymond Gill  5 years back

                                            Interesting thank you.

                                            • LDU2U
                                              LDU2U   5 years back

                                              Thanks for watching :-)

                                          • MefjuPL
                                            MefjuPL  5 years back

                                            to see if the is 7 pin or 8 pin ? I mean safe

                                            • LDU2U
                                              LDU2U   6 years back

                                              Cheers for watching :-) Doesn't hurt to build up the pick arsenal to tackle whatever comes your way, it's all experience and fun..lol

                                              • Ali Ozturk
                                                Ali Ozturk  1 years back

                                                LDU2U where are you and how much do you charge to unlock a digital safe. Battery is dead and lost the keys. I'm in London.

                                              • فايز T zz
                                                فايز T zz  2 years back

                                                ميرنده

                                            • e4kan
                                              e4kan  6 years back

                                              Nicely done, must get me 1 of those tubular picks :)))

                                              • LDU2U
                                                LDU2U   6 years back

                                                I actually did try that with this one Jim, didn't try very long though, decided that needs a little practice too so thought I'd continue practicing with tubular technique instead :-))))

                                                • Norseman Lockpicker
                                                  Norseman Lockpicker  6 years back

                                                  Experimenting with this things is what makes it fun.
                                                  Try different tension prior to picking, and you'll figure it out.
                                                  I normally start with quite heavy tension. And if I'm not successful, I'll lighten up on it. That way when the lock turns, non of the pick pins moves further, and after locking the pins I have a working "key".

                                                  Good luck :o)

                                                  • LDU2U
                                                    LDU2U   6 years back

                                                    Yeah, I'm still honing up on the techniques required for these. Even though I locked that collar after picking it, I still had trouble relocking it using the pick? Of course it wouldn't relock straight away for the camera, just doesn't relock consistently using the pick for some reason, again it's technique I guess.

                                                    • LDU2U
                                                      LDU2U   6 years back

                                                      Cheers Rich. This one was a little different when relocking it.

                                                      • LDU2U
                                                        LDU2U   6 years back

                                                        Thanks JM ;-)

                                                        • LDU2U
                                                          LDU2U   6 years back

                                                          Cheers mate ;-) Gave me another opportunity to play with a tubular.

                                                          • Norseman Lockpicker
                                                            Norseman Lockpicker  6 years back

                                                            Tubular lock on a safe. Nice one.
                                                            I don't have very much experience with this locks and picks. But I have had similar challenges when using my tubular pick. I uses a little more tension on the pick pins (tight the tension srew a bit more). Solved my issues.

                                                            • waddac2
                                                              waddac2  6 years back

                                                              Nice one Nev mate, well picked buddy :o))))