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Rosengrens RKL-10 now is pickable?

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Post Fri Apr 10, 2015 1:31 pm

Rosengrens RKL-10 now is pickable?

Rosengrens RKL-10
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For that cool key lock is available decoder tool now.
http://www.safeventures.com/tool_detail.php?toolid=161
Who know something more about that tool?
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Post Fri Apr 10, 2015 3:40 pm

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Post deleted due to me being informed of the facts.
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Post Fri Apr 10, 2015 5:42 pm

Re: Rosengrens RKL-15 now is pickable?

Doogs wrote:Safe Ventures!! :puke:
ripped off Hux's pick design?.

1.Sorry, what is Hux's pick design?

2.Also, in the description they wrote that tool designed by Technical Entry. I suppose that Technical Entry is some kind company? Like Falle Safe.
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Post Fri Apr 10, 2015 5:49 pm

Re: Rosengrens RKL-15 now is pickable?

kerti wrote:
Doogs wrote:Safe Ventures!! :puke:
ripped off Hux's pick design?.

1.Sorry, what is Hux's pick design?

2.Also, in the description they wrote that tool designed by Technical Entry. I suppose that Technical Entry is some kind company? Like Falle Safe.


Here's Huxleypigs thread on his pick.

viewtopic.php?f=39&t=9704&p=92384&hilit=Abloy+pick#p92384


AFAIK Technical Entry is supposedly an "engineering company" and training facility for security specialists which also has a retail division. Their site is locked out unless you have credentials.

http://technicalentry.com/home
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Post Sat Apr 11, 2015 7:31 am

Re: Rosengrens RKL-15 now is pickable?

Doogs wrote:
kerti wrote:
Here's Huxleypigs thread on his pick.

viewtopic.php?f=39&t=9704&p=92384&hilit=Abloy+pick#p92384


AFAIK Technical Entry is supposedly an "engineering company" and training facility for security specialists which also has a retail division. Their site is locked out unless you have credentials.

http://technicalentry.com/home

Thank you! I understand now.

Yes, I think safeventura's prices are high. For RKL tool they ask 2500 pounds.
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Post Sat Apr 11, 2015 7:35 am

Re: Rosengrens RKL-10 now is pickable?

I suppose that RKL tool uses Pin&Cam principle.
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Post Mon Feb 27, 2017 11:02 am

Re: Rosengrens RKL-10 now is pickable?

Old thread, sorry about that, but didn't see any point in opening a new one.

Yeah, the tool works, takes about 45-60 minutes to open the lock and is basically a form & decode type tool in which you set the lock to a known state and measure how far it opens.

The tool is no longer made, so I'm looking for anyone having the PDF instructions on using the tool, as I have lost my copy due to a hard dics failure :(
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Post Mon Feb 27, 2017 8:39 pm

Re: Rosengrens RKL-10 now is pickable?

Got any detailed information on the RKL10? All I've seen is Han Fey's short expose.
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Post Tue Feb 28, 2017 12:00 am

Re: Rosengrens RKL-10 now is pickable?

This lock has been NDE'able for quite a while. I've seen two tools for it in fact. Cool lock still, I'd trust it :-)

Safe Ventures never ripped my Abloy design off by the way, I don't want that getting banded around. At first I thought something was up but as it turns out, their tool had existed before mine, it was just classified (hence me having no knowledge of it). My tool is a big reason it became de-classified though.
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Post Tue Feb 28, 2017 7:11 am

Re: Rosengrens RKL-10 now is pickable?

Jaakko Fagerlund wrote:Old thread, sorry about that, but didn't see any point in opening a new one.

Yeah, the tool works, takes about 45-60 minutes to open the lock and is basically a form & decode type tool in which you set the lock to a known state and measure how far it opens.

The tool is no longer made, so I'm looking for anyone having the PDF instructions on using the tool, as I have lost my copy due to a hard dics failure :(



Hard dics failure is always embarrassing!
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Post Tue Feb 28, 2017 9:52 am

Re: Rosengrens RKL-10 now is pickable?

escher7 wrote:
Jaakko Fagerlund wrote:Old thread, sorry about that, but didn't see any point in opening a new one.

Yeah, the tool works, takes about 45-60 minutes to open the lock and is basically a form & decode type tool in which you set the lock to a known state and measure how far it opens.

The tool is no longer made, so I'm looking for anyone having the PDF instructions on using the tool, as I have lost my copy due to a hard dics failure :(



Hard dics failure is always embarrassing!

ROFLMAO, you owe me a new keyboard now, coffee spill was imminent :D Yeah, erhm, hard disc failure...
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Post Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:23 am

Re: Rosengrens RKL-10 now is pickable?

huxleypig wrote:This lock has been NDE'able for quite a while. I've seen two tools for it in fact. Cool lock still, I'd trust it :-)


Can you tell us more information about those tools?
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Post Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:45 am

Re: Rosengrens RKL-10 now is pickable?

kerti wrote:
huxleypig wrote:This lock has been NDE'able for quite a while. I've seen two tools for it in fact. Cool lock still, I'd trust it :-)


Can you tell us more information about those tools?


One of them was made buy a guy in the UK a few years ago which I am pretty sure was imitated by the Technical Entry tool that Jaakko spoke about above. The other thing I can't really go into, sorry. But hey, get one, open it up, it is possible, there is hope!

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