[509] Yale "Superior" (7 Pins, 4 Sliders) Euro Cylinder Picked and Gutted

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  • Published on:  Monday, July 3, 2017
  • Source: https://youtu.be/aB70Zy8JlxU


  • Rick Merino

    Rick Merino

     7 days ago

    Where do you buy these cool gadget

  • francesco zambuto

    francesco zambuto

     14 days ago

    Boy I'm sure am glad that I made the installer change this lock with the old fashion European key lock, and all though anyone who knows their shit could get into it it is more difficult to open then this one shown by Mr. Lawyer, thank you Sir, for educating me.

  • sour jin

    sour jin

     14 days ago +3

    Realized need to learn welding. Better to weld my home door every time I go out.cant rely on locks.

  • Usable distinction

    Usable distinction

     21 days ago

    F sake, I need a new lock and this channel ruins them all.

  • Kraken1000


     28 days ago

    In two years you'd hope Yale has made some improvements...

  • Willem Achternaam

    Willem Achternaam

     28 days ago

    way u turn the lock always upside down. think that makes the picking much easier.

  • 6re6ory


     a months ago

    Is been able to look at the key makes it easier to pick the lock?

  • Fucked Gplus

    Fucked Gplus

     a months ago

    pissing and shiting.........

  • Aaron Ponder

    Aaron Ponder

     a months ago

    Would be a good idea for you to design your own lock for best in class security. You could license it to a manufacturer.
    Additionally, you could have a chart or ranking system on a website people could reference to purchase acceptably secure locks.

  • PhantomPh1re


     a months ago +1

    so basically, live in a concrete box with a concrete slab for a gate that can only be opened by a remote controlled internal mechanism.

  • dave oneil

    dave oneil

     a months ago +1

    Size 9 glasgow door opener works on most doors👟👟👟👟👟👟🥾🥾🥾🥾🥾🥾🥾🥾🥾

  • Vladimir Jirasek

    Vladimir Jirasek

     a months ago

    I wonder. Given the issues you noticed why do manufacturers get the designs or implementations wrong?

  • Simon Ci

    Simon Ci

     a months ago

    Is there any lock that is safe, and you can not pick? All videos, you pick all in 10sec, up to 3min

  • Micheál Glas

    Micheál Glas

     a months ago +1

    The cheaper euro locks are easily snapped using mole grips?

  • Derva Kommt von hinten

    Derva Kommt von hinten

     2 months ago

    no idea what sliders are....

  • SKEF syamsul

    SKEF syamsul

     2 months ago

    Easy to you not to us😆😆

  • wb5mgr


     2 months ago

    So if you stocked it back with serrated pins would it not then be a pretty decent lock? Even with the sliders not having false gates...

  • Justin W.

    Justin W.

     2 months ago

    Hey lockpickinglawyer, I wanted to thank you for your videos. With watching your videos, I was able to pick my girlfriends parents camper after we locked the keys in the camper. And I was able to do it with a key ring that I cut in half and used one half as a tensioner and one as a hook. Thanks a lot

  • Joe Duke

    Joe Duke

     2 months ago +1

    There should be a small explosive cartridge, equivalent to a .32... so if the mechanism detects a picking attempt, it fires.

  • SteeVeeDee


     3 months ago +4

    The lock being picked is always mounted the other way up in my UK experience. Would this affect picking it since the pins would be the other way up??