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Post Thu Mar 19, 2015 3:46 am

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Some more stuff:
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R.M.&Co C.N.R. RR lock w/key. Abus C83 30mm Euro cylinder, US Army pancake lock /no key.
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Post Thu Mar 19, 2015 2:20 pm

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Couple of nice ones! Oh wait, a FEW nice ones, LOL....
that pancake lock blended in so nice I didn't even see it.
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Post Thu Mar 19, 2015 5:08 pm

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My safe locks:
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Mounted LaGard 3330D,
Left to right: S&G 6700, S&G R6700, LaGard 3330, LaGard 3330 w/alarm,
Center front: LaGard 3330D
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Post Fri Mar 20, 2015 1:40 am

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Well lets get to mounting those babies! :D
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Post Fri Mar 20, 2015 2:52 am

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Oldfast wrote:Well lets get to mounting those babies! :D


Figured you'd like that Oldfast.

As far as the mounts I will do soon enough I have a pile of them to make so it'll be a weekend project. The one that is in the pic is a prototype I did just to get things figured out so it's not an actual display mount.

This batch will be birds eye and curly maple. Then I hope to get some black walnut and maybe some cherry depends on what the lumber mill has on stock at the time.
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Post Fri Mar 27, 2015 1:49 am

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Not really a lock but part of my collection.

Just arrived today my present from Helen. MMM I wonder if this line will work in the bar? Reminds me of a Pink Floyd song.
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Post Sat Mar 28, 2015 2:12 am

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Doogs wrote:
Oldfast wrote:Well lets get to mounting those babies! :D

Figured you'd like that Oldfast.

As far as the mounts I will do soon enough I have a pile of them to make so it'll be a weekend project. The one that is in the pic is a prototype I did just to get things figured out so it's not an actual display mount.

This batch will be birds eye and curly maple. Then I hope to get some black walnut and maybe some cherry depends on what the lumber mill has on stock at the time.

Those will turn out looking beautiful I'm sure. Can't wait to see some.

A note on mounting to wood; last summer I didn't run the air much in an effort to save some $.
Naturally, as the humidity rose some of the wooden mounts expanded to a point that made the
dials difficult to turn. Not helping matters - my safe lock shelving that runs around the lock room
is within a couple feet of the ceiling, lol.

Now, my painted mounts seem to be more sealed, so didn't experience the expansion that the
bare wood mounts did. If you keep your home at a constant temp you have no worries. And, of
course, even if this does happen - the wood eventually comes back down, you can get back to
spinning - no permanent damage. I remember I was a little disheartened at first though. lol

Anyway, thought I'd just mention it. There's really no downside to wooden mounts.
It's a nice easy material to work with and they turn out looking fantastic. There's
quite a variety of textured spay paints to choose from nowadays. But I also love
to leave the beauty of the wood sometimes too. Linseed oil is a nice look too.

Nice clock :D
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Post Sat Mar 28, 2015 2:48 am

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Oldfast wrote:
Doogs wrote:
Oldfast wrote:Well lets get to mounting those babies! :D

Figured you'd like that Oldfast.

As far as the mounts I will do soon enough I have a pile of them to make so it'll be a weekend project. The one that is in the pic is a prototype I did just to get things figured out so it's not an actual display mount.

This batch will be birds eye and curly maple. Then I hope to get some black walnut and maybe some cherry depends on what the lumber mill has on stock at the time.

Those will turn out looking beautiful I'm sure. Can't wait to see some.

A note on mounting to wood; last summer I didn't run the air much in an effort to save some $.
Naturally, as the humidity rose some of the wooden mounts expanded to a point that made the
dials difficult to turn. Not helping matters - my safe lock shelving that runs around the lock room
is within a couple feet of the ceiling, lol.

Now, my painted mounts seem to be more sealed, so didn't experience the expansion that the
bare wood mounts did. If you keep your home at a constant temp you have no worries. And, of
course, even if this does happen - the wood eventually comes back down, you can get back to
spinning - no permanent damage. I remember I was a little disheartened at first though. lol

Anyway, thought I'd just mention it. There's really no downside to wooden mounts.
It's a nice easy material to work with and they turn out looking fantastic. There's
quite a variety of textured spay paints to choose from nowadays. But I also love
to leave the beauty of the wood sometimes too. Linseed oil is a nice look too.

Nice clock :D


Doogs is making me a couple mounts. I hope to get a big one to mount an antique vault lock :D Then Anarchy_won is making me one out of aluminum.
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Post Sat Mar 28, 2015 3:22 am

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@ Riy...

When warmer weather arrives I plan to make a mount for the beauty you sent me.
It'll be a long time coming. But I want the mount to match the magnificence of the lock!
I've never made a mount for such a lock... so it'll be a first & a bit of a learning experience.
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Post Sat Mar 28, 2015 4:01 am

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Oldfast wrote:@ Riy...

When warmer weather arrives I plan to make a mount for the beauty you sent me.
It'll be a long time coming. But I want the mount to match the magnificence of the lock!
I've never made a mount for such a lock... so it'll be a first & a bit of a learning experience.


And I cant wait to see it. I found about the best size was 9" wide and 5-6" tall. :drool:
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Post Sun Mar 29, 2015 9:14 pm

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very cool stuff doogs, you should have more in a few days ;)
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Post Mon Apr 06, 2015 12:24 am

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Found some old rim cylinders and mortises I forgot I had while cleaning up all the crap out back.

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Mortises Left to right: Schlage, Papaiz 6 pin, Weiser, Corbin Russwin 6 pin.

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Rim Cylinders Left to right: Schlage, Halsco, Yale, CCL with Kik insert.


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Master 175 and unknown weatherproof:
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Post Wed Apr 08, 2015 10:43 pm

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The newest acquisition:
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A small Eagle lever lock with key
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Post Mon Jan 25, 2016 3:31 pm

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My newest additions. A Keline made for the Soo Line RR and a separate key that's also Soo Line.
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The lock's a little rougher than I would of liked but how often does a Soo Line lock show up. Hopefully I will find a nicer one at some point.
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Post Mon Jan 25, 2016 3:37 pm

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Wow Doogs thats a very interesting Keline. Never ever seen a Keline or Adlake with hardened shackle. Great collection your growing there. Looking forward to more.
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