So I asked him if I could have the lock when it's off, and he said absolutely. I also told him I might be able to get it off without him needing to cut the chain, and i'm going to play with that tomorrow. As you know most combination locks of this 'nature' can be decoded with a feeler gauge, but i've never seen one like this, don't know anything about it, the brand, or if it's vulnerable to the same feeler gauge routine.
So here's my first, "Lock in the Wild." Any help identifying this would be great. As well as any information on potential picking techniques.
As you can see, if the image isn't clear, there are two lines of numbers that divide three levers. Move each lever to the correct position, lock opens of course. So it's a case of a simple three digit combo. I think the lock looks cool, and wouldn't mind throwing it onto my "lock wall" in the living room. Look forward to your insights.
xeo: One day you're gonna come home and find your wife laying in bed naked with a medeco biaxial locking her chastity belt...