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superlenny

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Post Thu Aug 28, 2008 8:20 pm

Security Key Pins

Ok i found a Padlock at work it seems reguler but when i get my
Pick in it i found somethin really wired, the Keypins was in an special way
cuttet.
They lock like Mushroom's but with an little special,
i dont get the lock because we have nine pices of the same lock with the same key so i cant trade it with an other one ) =.
I think it was this Lock here: http://www.burg-waechter.de/WGBurgWaech ... rgWaechter

i have no pictures of it so i make a little draw of the security pin i mean:

hope you know what i mean im not that picasso you know^^
btt.
the importent thing on the keypin is that the under side of it is a little bit
smaler than the spoole under it, i see it on the first pin pretty good
when i get a little to mutch pressure on the pin when i pick him the keypin slide one stage to deep so it works exaktly the same way like a regulere spool just the other side.


So the end of the story: i try to pick him and my best pick (pest in peaces picki^^) broke instant) =,
but on the next day i take a brath try it again and pickt it on the first try one minute really.
the idea of it was really really good i think but like sooo many times,
they fuckt it up with her tolerances^^

( the draw lock wired i know, but it was really the same form like on the draw)
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ToolyMcgee

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Post Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:03 pm

Re: Security Key Pins

Your link is down superlenny. What brand of lock is it?

I'm guessing that the mushroom key pin is supposed to work in much the same way as the serrated one, by trapping the key pin above the shearline if someone attempts to rapp it, bump it, or use a pick gun.

Good drawing. Don't think I have heard of one of these before. Sounds like it is helping the spp'er at the cost of reducing bumping attacks.
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Post Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:14 pm

Re: Security Key Pins

nice 1 superlenny, they do look ugly buggers 8-)
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Post Fri Aug 29, 2008 11:05 am

Re: Security Key Pins

I can see some of these being used in my ASSA service technical manual. More specifically in the 700-series. It could be used in others too but this is the only ones I can see here.
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superlenny

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Post Fri Aug 29, 2008 11:14 am

Re: Security Key Pins

Oh see the link is broken sorry,
the lock was an "Burg Weachter Profi Line Padlock" 5 Pins medium sice,
here is the link again, its the 116 Profi : http://www.burgwachter.com/WGBurgWaecht ... CHKLL-EN-p

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