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WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

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Post Fri Feb 10, 2017 4:03 pm

WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

Looking for the Pin-in-pin MTLs for picking practice. If anyone has a good source of bolt drilled cylinders that still work but aren't so usable, let me know! Keys or no keys, doesn't matter, I'd rather have more locks than pristine ones with keys and cards.
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Post Fri Feb 10, 2017 9:29 pm

Re: WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

Dude, I've been trying this as well and I've just come up completely blank. In the end I bought a few clapped out Classics second hand off of eBay, and paid full price for 2 x Interactives and 1 x MT5+ brand new ex Israel. Cost me a bloody arm and a leg.

I've scrounged a few on loan from Boris (zbzzn, a bloody good picker who I don't think is on here but is very active on uklocksport) in Israel but they're not-for-sharing and have to go back.

If you manage to come up with a source, let me know and I'll go in with you financially and we'll build up a pool of these things.

Michael.

Edited to add: Money is no object. This is my 2017 project and I'm serious about this, if anyone (especially you guys who are lucky enough to be in the trade) has a line to these things then put your hand up and we'll deal.
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Post Fri Feb 10, 2017 10:22 pm

Re: WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

http://www.bitlock.com.au/ a little closer to home perhaps ..
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Post Fri Feb 10, 2017 10:33 pm

Re: WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

oldlock wrote:http://www.bitlock.com.au/ a little closer to home perhaps ..


Yeah, I've thought about having a go at those guys in desperation. I've found in the past that asking wholesalers and distributors gets you nowhere fast - they view hobbyists with a great deal of suspicion which I guess is justified from their point of view - but it might be worth a nudge. Retail locksmiths tend to either look at you as if you're something they scraped off their shoe, OR quickly become very enthusiastic and are as helpful as hell and give you stuff left right and centre.

Weirdly of all the manufacturers Lockwood seems to be the most helpful, dunno why.

Thanks for the suggestion, I'll let you know how I get on.

Michael.
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Post Fri Feb 10, 2017 10:42 pm

Re: WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

I'm sure they sell retail and if approached as a customer wishing to buy as and end user I doubt they would care.

I would not mention the purpose of the purchase IMO.
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Post Tue Feb 14, 2017 5:05 am

Re: WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

MHM wrote:Dude, I've been trying this as well and I've just come up completely blank. In the end I bought a few clapped out Classics second hand off of eBay, and paid full price for 2 x Interactives and 1 x MT5+ brand new ex Israel. Cost me a bloody arm and a leg.

I've scrounged a few on loan from Boris (zbzzn, a bloody good picker who I don't think is on here but is very active on uklocksport) in Israel but they're not-for-sharing and have to go back.

If you manage to come up with a source, let me know and I'll go in with you financially and we'll build up a pool of these things.

Michael.

Edited to add: Money is no object. This is my 2017 project and I'm serious about this, if anyone (especially you guys who are lucky enough to be in the trade) has a line to these things then put your hand up and we'll deal.


Thanks, I've noticed this too, hard to find good eBay deals these days. I always compare to buying a retail Euro double sided MT5+, so any other retail lock just isn't a good deal. Used ones aren't that available. I've heard some locksmiths are friendly, I've just moved so will try to hit up local dealers and see if I can buy scrap.
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Post Wed Feb 15, 2017 12:31 am

Re: WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

droshi wrote:
Thanks, I've noticed this too, hard to find good eBay deals these days. I always compare to buying a retail Euro double sided MT5+, so any other retail lock just isn't a good deal. Used ones aren't that available. I've heard some locksmiths are friendly, I've just moved so will try to hit up local dealers and see if I can buy scrap.


Let's face it, the worldwide locksport community is tiny, and the subset of guys interested in MTL is even smaller. On top of that, even second hand they're not cheap so very few guys can afford to buy enough of them to get good, and the ones that do, tend to hang onto them for obvious reasons.

Hmm. This really is a problem isn't it?
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Post Thu Feb 16, 2017 12:59 am

Re: WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

One guy over on Reddit knows a locksmith that deals MTL. Unfortunately when he got there he sold all his cylinders that were drilled at the mounting screws (but still good for picking) as scrap brass. :(

I fear a lot of awesome locks are destined for the same fate.
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Post Thu Feb 23, 2017 2:02 am

Re: WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

This is what I have +2 more. Not exactly bulk but it'll do if you're having no luck.
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Post Wed Mar 01, 2017 2:28 pm

Re: WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

I have around 500 mul -t-locks. Shipping from Israel - make me an offer
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Post Wed Mar 01, 2017 6:36 pm

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lockpicker wrote:I have around 500 mul -t-locks. Shipping from Israel - make me an offer


Details please, I'm very happy to throw cash at you but I need to know what I'm buying. Models? Mastered? Working keys? Code cards? Padlocks? Euros? What?
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Post Mon Mar 06, 2017 8:52 am

Re: WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

Hello


Double euros all kinds, classic interactives garssions ect. some have keys some dont
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Post Mon Mar 06, 2017 6:49 pm

Re: WTB - Bulk Mul-T-Locks

UnlockeD is setting me up with his lot. But I know many others would be interested in yours. Post prices you want for them IMO.

I'm still looking for a good deal on a MT5+ with a key, do you have a double-sided euro cylinder?

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