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A thread for the display of your mechanical safe locks

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Post Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:42 am

Re: A thread for the display of your mechanical safe locks

MartinHewitt wrote:Kromer Novum. I assume it is from a Tann safe. With the key in place the gates and anti-picks are aligned. This is because they made these by sticking the final key into a blank lever pack and then milling gates and anti-picks.

Interesting. Seems like it would make it pretty easy to pick knowing there will always be exactly two false gates to either side of the true gate... am I wrong?
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Post Mon Jun 11, 2018 7:14 am

Re: A thread for the display of your mechanical safe locks

It helps, yes, but both false gates are not always accessible.
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