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Bypass Master m1

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OldSalt

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Post Sat May 07, 2016 8:36 pm

Bypass Master m1

Will the Sparrows master by pass tool work on an M1?
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nine4t4

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Post Tue May 10, 2016 2:46 pm

Re: Bypass Master m1

Most likely yes. I have some Serepick quickstiks and I've got them to work on some M1's. If it can be done with those stupid little tools, you should have no problem with a proper tool.

First BUT, Theory and Reality don't always jibe. Due to lack of quality that Master has, they could ACCIDENTALLY make a lock that isn't susceptible to this bypass. It would be an accident, but it could happen. Also the M1 is used in many padlock models, so there is also a chance that they make a few that are better shielded.

Second BUT Why bother? Master's are so notoriously easy. It's like wanting a spork when you already have forks and spoons. Unless it's to demonstrate to non-pickers the flaw. I spent money on a 175 strictly for the bypass party trick.

Final BUT Hey, we all get a dose of must-have-itis once in a while. I think every hobby has an element of purchasing stuff that you don't need but do want. Get the sticks and have fun. Let us know how it works out
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norwoodgolf

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Post Wed May 11, 2016 4:26 am

Re: Bypass Master m1

Yes

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OldSalt

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Post Sat May 21, 2016 12:42 pm

Re: Bypass Master m1

Thanks all for help.
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TorontoGuy

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Post Thu Oct 27, 2016 3:42 pm

Re: Bypass Master m1

I am confused. The picture is of a Master Lock No. 1 which is different from the Master Lock Magnum M1.

TG
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Robotnik

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Post Fri Oct 28, 2016 12:33 am

Re: Bypass Master m1

TorontoGuy wrote:I am confused. The picture is of a Master Lock No. 1 which is different from the Master Lock Magnum M1.

TG


Master No. 1: Yep, works.
Master Magnum M1: Nope, won't work.

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