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Anarchy_won

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Post Tue Nov 11, 2014 11:20 pm

ASSA ABLOY TESA

My latest lock, it's a ASSA ABLOY TESA I forget what model (GW can chime in with that info ;) )

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Post Tue Nov 11, 2014 11:50 pm

Re: ASSA ABLOY TESA

:drool: Very nice. I'm thinking it's a TE6.
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Post Wed Nov 12, 2014 12:03 am

Re: ASSA ABLOY TESA

Yep. It is a very familiar looking Tesa TE6. :) Nice dimple lock.
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Post Wed Nov 12, 2014 1:24 am

Re: ASSA ABLOY TESA

yeah it is.. it was also a pain it the @ss to pick hence the fact I milled it to put it in its place ;)
(17:44:28) HAL 9000 Sez: LockSport is full of children who throw fits because low priced low security products sold in discount department stores do not meet their arbitrary expectations.
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Post Wed Nov 12, 2014 2:52 am

Re: ASSA ABLOY TESA

It shows a lock that you mean business. The other locks in your collection will tremble when you pass, and will succumb to your picks now that they know you mean business.

MrAnybody uses similar intimidation tactics on his locks, but with bolt cutters. :mrgreen:

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Post Wed Nov 12, 2014 8:18 am

Re: ASSA ABLOY TESA

GWiens2001 wrote:It shows a lock that you mean business. The other locks in your collection will tremble when you pass, and will succumb to your picks now that they know you mean business.

MrAnybody uses similar intimidation tactics on his locks, but with bolt cutters. :mrgreen:

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:lol: No, in Europe we eat lots of garlic and shout at them. They just can't hold out from the noise or the blast :lol:

Correction on the lock: Tesa T60
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Post Wed Nov 12, 2014 12:35 pm

Re: ASSA ABLOY TESA

Very nice!!
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