A Photo Forum of your favorite locks - IN THE OPEN POSITION! Post your photos of your favorite or most difficult lock - with the key way in the open position, in all it's glory.
Here is where you can brag to your friends about your picking exploits by showing photographic proof as evidence of your picking prowess.
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Too bad it can be bypassed (along with the knob) with a large hammer.
GWiens2001 wrote:Interesting idea. Is this a currently produced item?
Joe Momma wrote:GWiens2001 wrote:Interesting idea. Is this a currently produced item?
Thank you, Joe.
Looks to use the old Chicago keys. Easy enough to pick, but can't really impression them. At least not any way that I know. Had to make a key for a floor cleaning machine at work yesterday, and had to disassemble the lock to figure out what was what in order to make the key. Those 11 wafers are directly touching each other (as with the lock yesterday). Very close quarters.
GWiens2001 wrote:I took apart the lock, and put a tension wrench into the keyway, lifting all the wafers as high as the interior parts would go, then traced the pattern above the shear line onto paper. Flipped this pattern over and transferred to a key blank (for the opposite side of the key), then did the same for the bottom of the keyway/top of the blank. Filed the cuts, and done.
This is the kind of things I would never, EVER, think of. And when someone does it, I feel like an idiot for not having thought of it
Thanks the explanation!
a well placed angled drilled hole in frame and a wire should do the trick ?? am I wrong
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