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Found this on the way home from the park, the other day...

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hellslave

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Post Sat Apr 04, 2015 10:35 am

Found this on the way home from the park, the other day...

Don't know much about this lock, aside from the obvious. Is it known to have any security pins at all?

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Post Sat Apr 04, 2015 12:06 pm

Re: Found this on the way home from the park, the other day.

I doubt there's sec. pins unless it's been repinned. at least my stock Schlage doesn't have any. That's a nice lock though even with the rusty shackle
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Post Sat Apr 04, 2015 3:22 pm

Re: Found this on the way home from the park, the other day.

The UP on that wafer is just to indicate which way it goes in. If you see the UP then it is going in the right way. The allen screw on the back of the lock when unscrewed enough iallows for the shackle to be removed when you turn the key. I have not dealt with the C keyway padlocks. I use mostly KS21 and KS41 padlocks because that is what my customer specifies.

I did pick a KS23 for a friend and it had no security.pins.
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Post Sat Apr 04, 2015 3:43 pm

Re: Found this on the way home from the park, the other day.

I knew what the allen key way for, but I didn't know it was used in conjuntion with a tured key, as I was able to remove the shackle without a key entirely. I can tell I'm going to have a hard time picking this though. Regardless of much tension I use, the springs still give.
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Post Sat Apr 04, 2015 11:26 pm

Re: Found this on the way home from the park, the other day.

Nice find. If you've got WD-40 to hand, just go ahead and use it. Lotta nonsense talked about it in my opinion.
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Post Sat Apr 04, 2015 11:52 pm

Re: Found this on the way home from the park, the other day.

Nice find. And nice patina :)
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