Tutorials On All Aspects Of Lockpicking
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Joined: Thu Mar 31, 2011 3:16 pm
By starting with a brief overview, I was able to get a general idea of what would be covered (this really helps, as opposed to just diving into details). Then you built upon that in a very logical sequence. And your writing/pictures were great- simplistic and understandable... just the way I like it (and need it) lol.
This certainly took some time. Your efforts are GREATLY appreciated. Excellent contribution... excellent.
If I may, here's a couple vids I've come across by Schuyler Towne that may also be helpful..
-Abus Plus cutaway being picked..... http://youtu.be/x9AeE4r-OSg
-And another animation................ http://youtu.be/Qu2vm4At4JM
Joined: Wed Jan 01, 2014 5:40 am
Location: Gowrie Junction, Queensland, Australia
I just acquired some Abloy disc locks and am enjoying finding out about these unusual locks.
Just a quick question. Why are Abloy disc locks so different?
Any post on disc locks seem to single Abloy out as locks that are too difficult to pick.
Mine look very similar to others from what I can see inside.
I have included some pics of my Abloy disc locks.
Once again thanks for the education.
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Joined: Sun Jul 24, 2011 5:16 pm
What separates Abloy from the (mostly) Chinese locks is tolerances. Abloy tolerances are a lot higher than others and usually have more cuts/depths available. The cheap ones might only have 3 different cuts and gates in the discs that are very wide.
Newer Abloy models have a thing called the Disc Control bars that are supposed to prevent the manipulation of 1 disc at a time.
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