字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 This is the lock picking lawyer, and what I have for you today is a Zeta Models. A 70 padlock. It was actually sent to me by the company's sales manager in Taiwan, along with one other that I'll probably show you in a future video. He also included a note saying that he was a fan. End quote. Hopefully, these two lakhs resist your superb skill of lock picking building. I appreciate the compliment, and I actually hope so as well. Now, while these locks are now readily available on eBay, that wasn't always the case It used to be. They were quite rare in the U. S. I've only encountered two of them in the past. One opened without too much difficulty, and the other gave me a fair bit of trouble, which I didn't fully understand, even after taking both of the locks apart and studying what appeared to be identical mechanisms. That mechanism is a fairly simple slider sidebar design in a dimple configuration. It's exactly what appears to be in this lock. So let's see what it takes to pick it open, and then I'll take it apart to show you that mechanism for a turning tool. I'm using this narrow wiper insert and toe lift. Those sliders were going to use this multi pick flag. Nothing on 1234 five is binding tightly. Little click there. Quick, out of sex, pulling back. I'm stuck behind four. I think I got a little click their back toe One too little click on three. Nothing on four. Nothing on five or six. Nothing on one too. Three is binding. Got a little click there. Nothing on four. Quick out of five. Nothing on six. Pulling back. I'm stuck behind something. My guess is that was too. And we got this open. Okay, let's take it apart and I will show you the mechanism to take it apart. We have a security torques down the shackle hole. Now to get this the rest of the way apart. We have a C clip. Now let's pull this out. We have the sidebar. And to get the dough to those sliders, I need to remove this crimped top cover. Okay, We have all of the springs. Let's just put them aside. Now let's dump all thes sliders out. One, two, three, four, five and six. That's organized. these and I will show them to you. Okay. If we zoom in, we can see they are fairly simple sliders. Just one true gate. No false gates in them. Which would have made picking a little bit harder. They look a lot like the state, of course, that I've seen in past locks. And this one didn't give me a whole lot of trouble. So that's all I have for you today on this data models. A 70 padlock. If you do have any questions or comments about it, 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.