lock, stock, and barrel

Lock, stock and barrel is an idiom which refers to whole thing, or the entire thing including all of the phases, details or all of whatever it is pertaining to. This phrase most likely refers to a shopkeepers possessions as being everything they have such as the stock in trade, items stored in barrels and lock to the door. To have something lock, stock and barrel means you have everything whether stolen from that person, purchased from them or simply have it all in your possession.