[471] The Top Ten Biggest and Baddest Padlocks

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  1. I was an Aviation Ordnanceman in the Navy, and our Ready Service Lockers (RSL), where we stored all of our explosives, had those Sargent and Greenleaf 833 locks. I swear the keys looked like they were 4” in length and the locks themselves weighed a ton. Nice to see LPL recognize them!

  2. Great video. Are all those locks made in the U.S.? Do you try to pick locks that are made in other countries? I'm kind of new to the channel. Russian, German locks and so on. Just saw some other videos and answered my own question.

  3. I maintained the S&G 831 series lock when I was in the US Navy. Those were damned fine locks. The "buildings" they secured were also very well protected by several other forms of security, one of note was a platoon of US Marines with M16's.

  4. Made to lock up military musicians? Well as the saying goes, if something is protected so well, it must either be very valuable, or very dangerous. And I have no clue which it is here.

  5. That Sargent and Greenleaf lock is the kind we used on the ship's armory and magazines in the US Navy. I always thought that was way too heavy of a lock. Nice to see it again.

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