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Cool old Master Lock factory cutaway

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LockButcher

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Post Sat Aug 22, 2015 8:10 pm

Cool old Master Lock factory cutaway

I found this in a lot on Etsy. Everything else was pretty worthless but this really caught my eye. But I held off for a couple months then checked back recently and it hadn't sold so I figured I'd make them an offer and they accepted. It needs lubed and cleaned really bad but I'm afraid to do anything to it cause I don't want to ruin it. Haha. Any advice on how to clean it or a good lube would be greatly appreciated:D

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Post Sat Aug 22, 2015 9:23 pm

Re: Cool old Master Lock factory cutaway

I sometimes use CLP that is made for firearms. It cleans, Lubs, and protects. I has some teflon in it and it has worked well for me. It comes in a spray can and can be found at Wally World.
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Post Sat Aug 22, 2015 10:00 pm

Re: Cool old Master Lock factory cutaway

Brakleen to clean it and LPS1 for lube.
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Post Sat Aug 22, 2015 11:56 pm

Re: Cool old Master Lock factory cutaway

Or send it to me, and I'll send you a different lock. It would look great in my cutaway collection! :D

Congrats on your find.

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Post Sun Aug 23, 2015 1:20 am

Re: Cool old Master Lock factory cutaway

A brass core in a Master Lock... can't be!!!???

Seriously, nice find there, i'll fight Gotdon for it :D
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Post Sun Aug 23, 2015 2:00 am

Re: Cool old Master Lock factory cutaway

l0ckcr4ck3r wrote:A brass core in a Master Lock... can't be!!!???

Seriously, nice find there, i'll fight Gotdon for it :D


I make it a rule to never fight a guy who makes outstanding cutaways. But in this instance... :boxing:

:mrgreen:

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Post Mon Aug 24, 2015 1:42 pm

Re: Cool old Master Lock factory cutaway

Oooh this thing must be fancy! First one to offer a Ruko padlock gets it hahahahahahaha.
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Post Mon Aug 24, 2015 2:31 pm

Re: Cool old Master Lock factory cutaway

HAhah yea come on someone offer a Ruko for it so I can then get the Ruko from the Butcher.

Hey bud, great lock you got there. Im trying to remember if you sent me a pic of the other locks in that lot but you know my memory. Congrads, very nice lock. As for cleaning, if its just dirt then you can just use soap and water but if its old grease and crud then Im with Riy, brakleen that sh*t and the dirty will wash away on its own. Brakleen has zero residue so once it drys (which is seconds) you can apply WD40, hold on now I know you are all jumping off your seats cause I said WD40 but this lock wont be used outside so there is no dirt to attract however since its an oil lube, it will have and keep having a nice shine to it even a year from now or until dust settles on it lol.

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