Drilling Out A Lock





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Published on Dec 12, 2011

This is my first video and not the best. It details the drilling out of a lock for a PPO/Initial Secure order. I will get a more detailed one up this fall.

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Raymond Wagner
I think you did a good job quick and simple I'll be watching more of your videos
Amir Khan
yeah just block the fucking view
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with the right picks and a little time anyone can learn to pick a lock and you will find it ezer and faster and you can then learn to rekey the lock once in to save money on locks.
I'm glad you did. It is good that others have far better videos than I. I would personally not view anymore here. They are free, at the end of the day, and I simply try to help folks. I didn't see your videos, by the way. I only say a blank profile. Maybe help folks out and post some?! Have a great day and good luck in your profession.
I thank you for the GREAT input! Our problem in TN is that you must possess a Locksmith License to pick or rake. The fees and time involved for simply doing foreclosures are both far too excessive for what we are paid.
Jim Thompson
Normally when you drill the shear line of a deadbolt the plug does not just fall out as it is still retained by a C-clip or a screw on retainer cap at the rear of the lock. You are in theory clearing the shear line and then you install a screwdriver in place of a key and turn to open. On this brand drilling for the screws is faster. Personally this brand of lock picks in about 10 seconds, so I would try and learn a bit about picking and add that skill for a non-destructive entry.
I've never done a filing cabinet. I would make sure all the tumblers are drilled out though. I always turn the screwdriver the direction that the key would normally turn.
Randy Otaka
... when you put the screwdriver in? are you trying to turn it in a specific direction? should you jiggle the doors while turning the cylinder? i don't particularly need the documents in the filing cabinet (i don't know what's inside it), but i desperately want a place to store some non-confidential papers.
Randy Otaka
hi, i am a teacher, and i inherited a locked file cabinet in the classroom that no one has the key for. i have been trying this technique of drilling out the lock. i have been able to break the cylinder in half, and pulled out the fragments. i can still see the bottom of one of the tumblers, but i have drilled all the way through the cylinder (to the hilt of my drill bit). i still can't seem to get the lock to open. 1) should i destroy that last tumbler? 2) what precisely are you doing ...
Cory Davis
He Kinda Sounds like CLEVELAND BROWN!! LOL!!
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