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My latest padlock



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Post Fri Oct 07, 2016 12:38 am

My latest padlock

I've had this American 530 for sometime, locked and no key. I dug it out last week and picked it open with the intent to rekey it. I forgot that these cylinders are pinned instead of c clipped which makes taking the cylinder apart a pain in the ass. I got it apart, cleaned, and repinned to an old key I had. After reassembling I decided to have a little fun with my letter stamps. I tossed around several ideas, but then I opened my mail and read some crap the state wants our village to do and I thought, here we go again, more worthless regulations. Now if I could just figure out where their offices are, I could lock them out, hmmm.
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Post Fri Oct 07, 2016 1:38 am

Re: My latest padlock

I like your sense of humor.
macgng; it's completely unnecessary to have ~15$ in keys for a 50¢ lock ... but we all do it anyway :P


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Post Sun Oct 09, 2016 8:56 pm

Re: My latest padlock

LMAO at the stamping you did. :D

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