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 an Ingersoll six lever padlock all the way from England. I believe it's the model OS 600. If we look carefully, weaken barely make out the original lettering. Anger Soul six. And then it would say, lever underneath and made in England. Now the mechanism inside is a shortened version of the Anger Soul 10 Lever Core, which is one of my favorites. Unfortunately, because of a seized pin down this hole right here, I can't take this apart to show you what's inside. However, I did feature the 10 Lever version in video number 6 87 So if you want to see it, I will leave a link in the description below. Okay, let's see what it takes to pick this open. Now, one of the biggest challenges in picking these in gristle cores is the drag on the core that's created by an O ring all the way in the back. It's hard to tell, but I really do have to push this key fairly firmly to get it to turn. That means I'm goingto have to use a thick tension tool like this 50 thousands pry bar to move everything, and I'm also gonna have to give it a fair bit of force. There are three levers on the bottom and three levers on the top. I'm going to try to pick them using this standard hook in 25 thousands were starting on the bottom click out of one. Nothing on two or three. Going up to the top now might have gotten something on one two is was binding firmly. Gotta click out of two. Three is binding. Gotta click out of three. Check one again. I think one might be set Nothing on one on the bottom two is binding tightly. Got a nice click there. Three finding tightly got a click and it is open. So that was surprisingly easy, given that the 10 lever version often gives me a fair bit of trouble, but still not a bad little lock. 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.