[782] Visualock Gun Lock Opened With a TWIG!
Visaulock Gun Lock Opened With a Twig

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AgentAileron : Video 783: "Opening a Gun Lock by Exhaling on it"

JockOfAges : I wonder what the subject of the next company meeting will be?๐Ÿค”

retread01 : To be fair, that species of tree is well known for its gun lock opening properties.

stefantrethan : That might be the first lock that isn't even bird-safe. I've seen video of crows using twigs as tools.

Kao Zorri : LPL is probably the scariest man alive. He has the power to get past nearly any lock you would use to protect yourself from him, has an arsenal to take down any person in his way, and is a lawyer that will be more than capable of defending himself if he were ever to be caught. Not sure what comic book he is from, but it sounds sick.

Fwiffo : I don't think I'd trust it for accidental discharges. It's likely to unexpectedly pick itself then shoot itself in the foot.

bird718 : the lock picking twig.... thats a first.

MrPibb23x : My last comment on one of your videos was about how you have sometimes have bias in unlocking gun locks with such sophisticated lockpicking tools. I stand corrected.

Kรผhn : Wow... I thought master locks are a joke... But then u came up with this ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜„

jurj florin : well done. Humiliation for the company

Mmmyess : "As such, it's not something I would recommend relying on to stop anything but accidental discharges." I chuckled at that.

R.P. Rosen : I think this vid is going to go viral, just based on the ... thumbnail pic!

Urbansumo : What eats shoots and leaves? A panda with a twig.... Evidently

Eddie : It's just a step above a chamber flag, really. Some ranges might require something like this but I wouldn't rely on it for any kind of security.

Funny Vines : Master Lock, manufacturer of the worst locks ever. Visualock: "Hold my beer"

SegaDisneyUniverse : Perhaps it's best to *stick* with a better quality lock!๐Ÿ˜‰

Jyva : next: undoing a lock with your pinky

Owen : Someone should send this directly to that company. Christ, what a trash product

billtheunjust : Seems like there is a very narrow usage case for this item. Children who can't open this are likely too young to know how to load an unloaded gun (making this device hardly better than storing the gun with empty magazines). Children who can open this are likely old enough to be taught gun safety (at this point you either trust them or get a better lock).

Sal Coraccio III : Hilarious, "Anything stick shaped- " so he uses a stick. Thanks for that.

RealUnimportant : Good grief... Also, I really do not like the idea of having to chamber anything as part of a make-safe routine, it's just gonna cultivate bad habits.

Jonathan Gibson : Brings a new meaning to the phrase - "eats, shoots and leaves!"

DrSid42 : That's not a lock, the device is designed to prevent collection of dust inside the barrel. I guess.

Scott DiMiceli : They've clearly adopted a loose interpretation of the word "lock."

Brian S : What kind of twig was it tho? Did sparrows land on it?

Terry Schneider : "Leaves" you to wonder why the manufacturer even bothered to build this. What a waste!!!

DrJohnners : Haha - coming from the UK it's odd to hear the phrase "every 380 handgun I own"...

frealms : Congress approves this lock and deems it mandatory for all gun owners.

Tom's Tinkering and Adventures : โ€œI donโ€™t have any lock picking tools.โ€ โ€œHold my pruning shears and watch this!โ€

chadoftoons : This makes me more worried about gun locks than the gun itself. People who made this probably should'nt have guns

Eulemit Beule : Well, looks like a new variant for rock, paper, scissors: Twig beats gun.

stilldking : The gun lock that leaves you wanting more... They should stick to making other types of locks.

PsychoticBovine : I really have no words.

Killua Zoldyck : Next time pls just open a look by blowing

J D : Mother nature wins again! Lol

THR33STEP : Houston, we have a problem!

Ed Jack : if you see this in the store, leave it alone.

masterzedd4 : I have trouble liking a lock for a gun that requires you to chamber something, especially when you then need to manipulate the end of the barrel.

Carl Rabe : Some of the product manufacturers have to dread your videos haha! Keep it up so we all know what NOT to buy!

The18x18x : Great content lately, LPL. I watch all of your videos but the ramset series is my favorite

scbtripwire : "Unfortunately, every 380 handgun I own [...]" 0.0

CO Jones : Stick it to them LPL! This sort of bush league product leaves even Master Lock looking good. Maybe they should branch out into something else because their gunlocks aren't very secure.

Dane Kaylor : Time to shoot Carry Optics division with that RMR

Rus ridge : Obvious it's just for small children or something like that. Anyone old enough to have reasoning skills or be curious could do like you've done Nice M&P. Get Apex trigger you will never regret it.

Jan-Albert Droppers : WOW really? Great protection. The company that made that should be out of business and should not be able to make anything anymore.

Wiggy : This is probably my new favorite of yours :D

Rick Wade : Tooooo Funny! A twig! Thanks for the laugh!

if only you knew how bad things were : Lmao love the video

Tim Brooks : @LockPickingLawyer is there an truly high security gun locks you have found? (Besides the one you made) Thanks!