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  • This is the lock picking lawyer, and what I have for you today is a relatively rare lock from about 50 years ago.

  • The miracle magnetic and this one is an absolutely pristine condition and made its way to me, complete with the original packaging and paperwork.

  • So it's quite a collector's item.

  • This was made by the Miracle Lock Company starting in 1970 they weren't made for very long since the company closed down shortly after its military contracts were terminated in 1971.

  • Those military contracts were for the so called miracle locks.

  • I have a couple of them here.

  • This one has an anger soul core that was made in the U.

  • K.

  • And this one has an Eva core made in Finland.

  • The Miracle Magnetic was the company's first attempt at its own home grown high security corps.

  • The locks have either five or six normal pens, in addition to four magnetic pins that's two on either side of the key.

  • The magnetic pins, of course, are the tricky part of picking these open.

  • We could take a couple of different approaches to picking them.

  • Decoding would be very easy simply by putting a tiny magnet on the end of a pick and feeling the polarity of each of the magnetic pins, something like this would work very, very well.

  • But there is an easier way.

  • And that's the use of a magnetic rake.

  • Magnetic rake is nothing but a series of alternating polarity.

  • Magnets like what I have mocked up right here.

  • Now, this isn't my idea.

  • I've seen a few other pickers do this locksmith army and correct genes in particular.

  • But I'm using a slightly different configuration and much more powerful magnets than I've seen used, which makes it significantly easier for May.

  • So let's see what it takes to pick this open.

  • And then, of course, I will take it apart to show you what's inside.

  • Okay, let's get a little bit of tension in here.

  • Then I'm going to take my rake and both counter rotate the core and push it back and forth to try to set those magnetic pins.

  • I'm gonna be paying very careful attention to how much of a false set I get on this core because that's what's going to tell me when those magnetic pins are set.

  • Okay, I think I may have set them already.

  • Let's check the normal pens.

  • One too.

  • Okay.

  • Number three, click there.

  • Nothing on four five is binding.

  • Got a nice click out of five.

  • Back to the beginning.

  • Klik outta one.

  • And we dropped into a very deep false set onto two.

  • Okay, counter rotation on two.

  • Some sort of school there.

  • Okay.

  • Got to set nothing on three.

  • Click out of four.

  • Nothing on five.

  • Back to the beginning.

  • Click out of one and we got it open.

  • So I think it's pretty clear why this never made it into miracles.

  • Military munitions locks.

  • So let's take this apart and see what's inside.

  • Get a pinning tray over here.

  • And I'm what?

  • Using one of the new ones that I got from Bosnian Bill To take this apart, we need to remove those two slotted screws, right?

  • Okay, Now, let's get a key and a follower, and we should be able to take that core out.

  • Okay?

  • I am leaving the key in because the key is actually what's holding the two magnetic pins on either side in.

  • Then I'm going to dump each of these key pins out.

  • Number one standard.

  • So is too.

  • So is three, four and five.

  • Now I'm going to remove the key, and those magnetic pins are probably gonna pop right out.

  • Okay, here we have all four of those magnetic pens.

  • It's a range of these key pins, and then we'll take the driver pins out.

  • Okay.

  • Number one is a mushroom.

  • Penne.

  • So is number two.

  • So is three, four, and five is standard.

  • Let's dump all these springs out.

  • And it seems like I have one spring with a little rod in it.

  • That is to prevent over lift attacks.

  • They were actually a lot more common back in the 19 seventies.

  • Okay, let me give you a little bit closer of a look at these.

  • You can see all of our key pins or standard for the driver pens.

  • One through four are mushrooms and then a standard in slot five.

  • Probably to keep the core properly aligned.

  • Then we have our four magnetic pins over here in the last slot, moving over to the core.

  • See, I don't see anything particularly unusual about it.

  • The machine intolerances don't seem particularly good, but we do have those holes in the side for the magnetic pens and you can see they don't go all the way through to the key way.

  • That's to make sure you can't physically manipulate them.

  • That key way is absolutely massive.

  • And because of that, we could drive these huge magnets into it any other key way, and we would never be able to do this.

  • That's also take a close look at this key.

  • You can see it looks relatively normal, with the exception of the four magnets that go all the way through.

  • So that's all I have for you today on this, A miracle magnetic lock.

  • If you do have any questions or comments about this, please put them below.

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  • And, as always, have a nice day.

  • Thank you.

This is the lock picking lawyer, and what I have for you today is a relatively rare lock from about 50 years ago.

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856]復古高安全。"神奇的磁力 "鎖被摘下,然後開膛破肚。 ([856] Vintage High Security: The “Miracle Magnetic” Lock Picked and Gutted)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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