Paul Barnett: make sure that you're already close to the combo, because that's the key. I tried all the Youtube methods for days, with no results. try bypassing with the opposite combo and see how hard it is! then try bypassing only a few digits off. it's the difference between opening and breaking a pick!
Jason Burroughs: Ray - do you know where I might be able to buy the tool and a reset key? I have a business where we have a number of these in the field, with old forgotten combos. They are in a shroud and very difficult to remove with bolt cutters.
RVR2: I used a finishing nail, ground down and bent on a 45 degree angle and it worked! Thanks!
Damien Aubuchon: This guy really has alot of videos... doing the same lock And an easy ass lock at that. Want credibility? Pick an abus or an anerican
David Dunham jr: Works like a charm !
bigmack0033: I just bought this lock and found this video. I tried opening it with a dental pick I have since it seems like it would work and is fairly strong. I really don't know what I'm supposed to be doing. You say 'kinda push it back on it', but I don't know what that means as the direction of "back" can be any direction really (It seems like you're motioning to the left). Also you're turning it, but really don't say that is necessary or not. Mine's newer and made in China. Not sure if anything was changed inside. I also don't want to overly bend my pick or break the locking mechanism. I was only curious to see if it was that easy. For my purposes, I may one day forget the combo and this would become necessary. Another thing is that for mine it's not as easy to insert anything. It looks like you can easily push something in, but mine just doesn't have that level of clearance. How far do you have to push the pick into it? And is it moving it to the left while turning it clockwise?
Sidenote - The first padlock I ever "picked", (and by that I mean destroyed) was a standard masterlock combination dial. A thin flat-head screwdriver can pry the dial off and just inserting it into the upper left corner via the small hole you can break the lock so it'll open. (Won't ever lock again). Of course taking the dial off breaks it first anyway. The brand belwith made me laugh a bit when I did that on it. It was harder to get the dial off, but after that the internal pieces just kinda fell out. The outer dial held it all together.
Jose Francisco Medeiros: Ray, Thank you for the tip and video, I was able to open my Master 175 combination lock, I just couldn't remember the combination it had. Now that it is open how can I reset the combination, even when I set the numbers to all Zero 0-0-0-0 and use the reset key, it will not let me turn the key to place the lock in reset mode. Any suggestions?
Lockpicker1973: You are bypassing this locking mechanism not picking the lock
scrabbytoy1: The person asking for the correct #'s I think might have been Nancy Pelosi. Whether is you or another Vid, there was mention that in some of these exact same locks, master had made some minor changes BUT, wheel # 3 would always work. Not that it matters that much but have you heard that goofy rumor? Also, have you ever used padlock (not auto) "jiggler" keys? I.e., I was thinking on getting a quality set but, didn't know whether they actually worked like in the Vids or were a waste of $.
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Dianasaur: Thank you SO SO MUCH!^o^
I was on the interwebz looking at the same videos over...and over...
I thought my bobby pin woulda done the trick?
Well, the WHOLE freakING TIME IT WAS UPSIDE DOWN.
So thank you
^_^)/ ~ !
Raymond Hamby: man im so glad I could help you out! thanks for watching and thanks for the comment!
sam gissy: hey raymond thanks very much from nz bro ya just saved me with a customer with lost combo locked out old one made in usa 175. took a few pulls and hooks , just a thanks great video,
robinsteal4u2: Yes I noticed that, thanks for reminding me... Any way do you have an answer to my first question?
Raymond Hamby: this isn't a video on how to get the right numbers its only how to bypass the lock!
robinsteal4u2: How do you get the correct numbers ?
Raymond Hamby: no, I don't deal in anything illegal!
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