Good point. I think he wanted to show how different rounds impact the locks.grnzbra said:There's one problem with this test; in the movies, they don't usually shoot the lock straight into the side. Instead, they tend to shoot it down from the top so that the force is applied to the points holding the lock in a locked state. Also, even if it didn't open the lock, if it blew the lock off the door, just as good as opening the lock.
Also, I don't believe that they use Master (or Master knock-off) locks in the old movies. Perhaps if it were tried with some vintage locks from the early 1900s, the result would be different.
grnzbra said:There's one problem with this test; in the movies, they don't usually shoot the lock straight into the side. QUOTE]
You should also know, the locks they use in the movies, explode. They aren't real, and they'd never use bullets in a movie, but I guess that really doesn't answer any questions.
For the record, I'll also join the queue to shoot stuff.