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STANLEY ™ laminated padlock w. "anti-pick pins" PICKED OPEN!

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Post Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:48 am

Re: STANLEY ™ laminated padlock w. "anti-pick pins" PICKED OPEN!

How did you remove the tiny pin preventing the removal of the plug?
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Post Tue Dec 30, 2008 6:32 am

Re: STANLEY ™ laminated padlock w. "anti-pick pins" PICKED OPEN!

wow nice arent those plug cover things a bitch to get around
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Post Sun Jan 04, 2009 5:52 am

Re: STANLEY ™ laminated padlock w. "anti-pick pins" PICKED OPEN!

Stickbait38 wrote:How did you remove the tiny pin preventing the removal of the plug?

i dont understand,,there is no tiny pin holding the plug in..there is a set-screw allen keyed pin,
(the part coated in blue ™loc-Tite) that retains the shackle ,and when you remove that, the shackle comes out completely,allowing access to another bolt which holds the trapdoor,&
subsequently,the plug in.
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Post Sun Jan 04, 2009 5:56 am

Re: STANLEY ™ laminated padlock w. "anti-pick pins" PICKED OPEN!

Steve14 wrote:wow nice aren't those plug cover things a bitch to get around

no,not at all,they are just designed to make drilling attacks more difficult.
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Post Sun Jan 04, 2009 8:28 am

Re: STANLEY ™ laminated padlock w. "anti-pick pins" PICKED OPEN!

awol70 wrote:
Steve14 wrote:wow nice aren't those plug cover things a bitch to get around

no,not at all,they are just designed to make drilling attacks more difficult.



Oh ok
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Post Sat Jan 10, 2009 5:17 am

Re: STANLEY ™ laminated padlock w. "anti-pick pins" PICKED OPEN!

Nevermind, I figured it out, it was the tiny pin you need to depress in order to unscrew the back end of the plug to remove it. I'm sure there is a name for it, but I'm a newb...please forgive :cry:

The one you disassembled I don't think was exactly the same as the one I have.

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Post Sat Jan 10, 2009 7:00 pm

Re: STANLEY ™ laminated padlock w. "anti-pick pins" PICKED OPEN!

Stickbait38 wrote:Nevermind, I figured it out, it was the tiny pin you need to depress in order to unscrew the back end of the plug to remove it. I'm sure there is a name for it, but I'm a newb...please forgive :cry:

The one you disassembled I don't think was exactly the same as the one I have.

Stick

OHHhh...ok that pin...yeah i dont know what the correct name for it is either..=/
i am sure someone will clue us in....
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