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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 2:14 am

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Remember that gay cowboy type of comment that he made to me?

seriously, ya'll are fun. Have to take you out to my deer lease next season or go fishing. (lowpickidd get that look out your eyes, I'm a married man)






Now I know why. Just ban him. If he came on here and was a stand up honest guy from the beggining I would have had no problems. I represent only a small small part of this forum, but, my opinion is, get rid of him.
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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 2:41 am

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I agree also, get rid of the D!psh!t.
But what about the lock, doe's it keep going out to the uneducated who think they are buying the best security investment they can get? or is there some way of letting people know the flaw's of this lock.
After all, that's what we are about isn't it?


Damn, i have to go to work for the week, I'm going to miss this thread, lol.
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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 2:49 am

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But wait, there's more... Not only is the secondary locking bolt NOT hardened steel, but it's an effective bypass of the deadlocking feature of the deadbolt. You don't need a lock pick to get past a door locked with the deadlock disengaged, you just need an ice pick.

They married a deadlocking deadbolt, to a regular nightlatch, and so the design is compromised by the very bypass that has helped to make the deadbolt so popular in the first place. :lol:

Way to post his resume Hallis (woohoo) That shit is hilarious! If he comes back like a record skip, ban his ass. If he's got something entertaining to cry about, or something new to say... let it slide for another day, then ban his ass. :lol:
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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 2:55 am

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you know. Not at one point have I not been professional, respectful along accepted that yes, you all have shown that not only our my locks penetrable, but damn near anything is.

And Cowboy, look at your damn avatar. Your look in my eyes glance, cowboy hat at the side but who am I to judge.

Ya'll do what ever you want. I"m done with you childish disrespecting I'm so better than the world attitude can't get laid because Pop A Lock wouldn't hire me crying ass that you can do what ever you like.

I did enjoy bantering with you, but you seem to think that assaulting my character over the internet is worth your time. Then by all means.

Ban away. I have it all on word doc anyway for any references.

I'm just disappointed that you would act this way.

I mean seriously, you had to do some serious digging to post my resume up.

That in itself is funny.

One last thing, Hallis, we both in the same neighbor hood, if I offended you in any fashion. Lets talk over a beer my treat.

Sam's Boat is just down the corner from me. I think your office is off the Beltway south or near. Or hell, I'll travel to you. No sweat off my back...

Thanks guys, ya'll have been fun and look forward to each of you having a blessed day.
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you know. Not at one point have I not been professional


You straight out made fun of 2 well respected members... was this professional... maby in your profession but not in any Ive seen.
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I have it all on word doc anyway for any references


If you redistribute anything off of this site, it could be considered copyright infringment.
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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 3:06 am

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HAVEN'T been DISSRESPECTFULL, for the love of kittens, puppies and all thing's wholesome, Just read all the posts right from the start and back that statement up.

All anyone wanted to do here was help "ULTIMATELOCK" become what you claimed it to be and you took it to heart and wouldn't have a bar of it.

Man up, You've been seen through right from the get-go.
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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 3:12 am

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LocksmithArmy wrote:
you know. Not at one point have I not been professional


You straight out made fun of 2 well respected members... was this professional... maby in your profession but not in any Ive seen.


Simple humor banter.

But now, who gives a fuck.

You want to forum rap... I can cell warrior with the best of them. Other than that I was invited here. Made welcome, because one takes an aggression and I accommodate, you jumping in on late I have not in any fashion gone as far as you guys have.

I mean you all straight up are killers. I seriously took what each of you said to be golden, insightful and in good faith.

Now, I don't know what to think. Side show if thats the case, then this argument is moot.

Seriously, I'm going to have to Armor Guard on my windows, get a new alarm system and upgrade my poodle to a Boxer or something. I don't know if I'll be able to sleep.

I don't know any of you. You all have taken this to way above extreme that I can imagine

Mine was in jest, good humor.

If I offended someone, the appropriate measure would of to been, "hey, settle down"

But nope, ya'll handle it the classic style that you do. Ignorant and bias

So what ever. I'm at fault for defending a product that in effect does do what we say it does.

Granted that a professional like Komo, who is able to figure the design engineer and drill EXACTLY where one needs to drill, well thats why he is a professional.
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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 3:17 am

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as I recall you were asked nicely to stop making fun of members but in you very next ost you became more baligerant...

If you wish to make this less personal and get on talking about the lock we would be more than happy to do so..

for instance what changes ahve been implimented or atleas discussed as well as those tests the were promised what is the status on those... there was also a question about the materials the lock was made of... do you have the answer to this... I am a bit curious

Id understand if you say these things take time but an update is in order i believe due to the off topic nature of the spamming...

in other words stop making fun of members and talk about the locka nd we can do the same
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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 3:20 am

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LocksmithArmy wrote:as I recall you were asked nicely to stop making fun of members but in you very next ost you became more baligerant...

If you wish to make this less personal and get on talking about the lock we would be more than happy to do so..

for instance what changes ahve been implimented or atleas discussed as well as those tests the were promised what is the sttus on those...

Id understand if you say these things take time but an update is in order i believe due to the off topic nature of the spamming...

in other words stop making fun of members and talk about the locka nd we can do the same



Well, to install a plate, where it would block a drill like Komo, one of our in house installers is trying simple variations of metal. What I mean is, size, fit and can he drill through it.

So far he hasn't found a metal alloy that he can't drill through.

That and 'how' to have the plate mounted.

I'm telling you, Komo got wheels turning.
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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 3:24 am

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Listen, I can deal with spelling errors, not everyone can spell, but it's KOKOMOLOCK ok, not KOMO.
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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 3:26 am

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I dont think there is anything that cannot be drilled through... its about time... what takes the longes to drill through...

also think about ball bearings..

and S&G uses like ceramic bars that I have herd are the closest you can get to drill proof.

what about those test results that said it was resisted 4000 pounds, as in who did these

Have you considered using a high security cylinder (id suggest abloy cause they are bad@ss)

when I say you I meen the company not you personally
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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 3:28 am

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UltimateOwnage wrote:
LocksmithArmy wrote:
you know. Not at one point have I not been professional


You straight out made fun of 2 well respected members... was this professional... maby in your profession but not in any Ive seen.



Seriously, I'm going to have to Armor Guard on my windows, get a new alarm system and upgrade my poodle to a Boxer or something. I don't know if I'll be able to sleep.



I can tell you how to get a good night sleep, put an Ultimate Lock on all your exterior doors :) !!!!!!
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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 3:33 am

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(woohoo) Isn't your families safety worth it?
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Post Tue Oct 20, 2009 3:43 am

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You know what my hiccup about the lock, that I have to retail it for $179

On a product that has NO branding what so ever to a public of "why fix it if it ain't broken"

I've been trying to get the lock down to $99 It would sell, and have its positive moments.

And thats a good point, I'm not at his shop but will call him and point that out. I think they are looking for something that blocks the drill or rather eats it.

The point is not to be successful in penetrating the door.

Kokomolock is right, Pop A Lock guy did it in 15 secs....we edit that part out though.....
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