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rosindubh37713

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Post Tue Dec 30, 2008 10:04 am

Re: Lock Collections

.45cal wrote:Here is my collection as it stands right now

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Thats a real nice collection mate, got some really nice locks there. Got some old ones too, very nice!!!!
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Zufra

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Post Wed Dec 31, 2008 3:06 am

Re: Lock Collections

Here are some of my locks..
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Post Tue Jan 06, 2009 7:25 pm

Re: Lock Collections

awol70 wrote:and yes the key profile is quite nasty,but wide...
(sounds like an ex-girlfreind of mine )


Sorry about that man... My bad!
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johnopsec

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Post Tue Jan 06, 2009 7:30 pm

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Mrlockpicker wrote:
aarpazthelockpicker wrote:It was my 12 B-day present


My Nikon D40 still owns you ;)



Only if you know how to use it. An SLR in the hands of an amateur will make a still image from a $5 webcam look great.
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Post Tue Jan 06, 2009 7:39 pm

Re: Lock Collections

HallisChalmers wrote:
Josh wrote:I can pick pretty much all of them extremely quick except for that medeco(to the right of the brinks house key padlock). it still takes a few minutes...


"It still takes a few minutes..." he says all matter-of-factly. :roll:

Don't be shy Josh, you're allowed to gloat and lord it over the rest of us idiots - who can't even spell Medico...Medeeko...Medco.



Which model is it? I've gotten my Keymark but, my big honkin' S&G with the medeco plug has not even budged for me. :(
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jkthecjer

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Post Fri Jan 09, 2009 1:08 am

Re: Lock Collections

I made a little pile of some of my collection. This is nowhere near all of it; its just most of the interesting/high-sec stuff. How many can you ID from these two pictures? :-)

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Post Fri Jan 09, 2009 1:44 am

Re: Lock Collections

I'm going to be vague... medeco classic, biaxial, m3, and a switchlock. Vanlock, abloy protec, 2 Schlage primus, and Everest, and the ASSA 6000 maybe? I know it isn't a V-10. Then the EVVA 3KS is king of the mountain. Is that the top of a Brinks shouded in the corner? In the lower picture it looks like a different shrouded lock. Could be anything. I guess Yale.

I really can't even accurately identify half your pile :lol: What's the one between the mul-t-lock classic Zeiss Ikon euro cylinder? Sweet post.
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Post Thu Jun 18, 2009 9:06 pm

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Windowstweeker

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Post Fri Jun 19, 2009 6:43 am

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awol70 wrote:here are some of my locks..

mmmm sad to think thats only a fraction of them lol. after turning my head sideways i noticed alot of them from your videos lol, like that one i watched last month, and that one last week lol =) great collection, i need to get a new camera so i can put some pics up
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Post Sat Aug 08, 2009 9:21 pm

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this was my collection a while ago it has now increased..
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.45cal

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Post Sun Aug 09, 2009 2:08 am

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Well I am humbled by the rather impressive collections especially jkthecjer your collection of high security locks Is very nice. We just don't have very many of those locks here in Canada it makes it a bit harder to get our hands on them.
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Post Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:43 pm

Re: Lock Collections

EDIT: I've gotten a bunch of new locks lately so I've updated my pic. :mrgreen:

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Here's a different angle, and a list...

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Rim cylinders (left to right):

1. Union
2. Yale X5
3. Abus (old)
4. Abus (new)
5. Era
6. Unbranded

Euro cylinders (left to right):

1. ASSA
2. Iseo
3. Eurospec
4. UAP
5. Unbranded
6. Unbranded dimple, 7 pin

Padlocks and misc (left to right, from top):

1. Silverline
2. Unbranded combo
3. Wafer cam
4. Yale desk cabinet lock
5. Master no. 40
6. Am-Tech disc detainer
7. Squire 440
8. German lever padlock
9. Master no. 3
10. Abus 65CS/40
11. Draper
12. Abus inox T84MB/40
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Adrenalin6

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Post Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:59 am

Re: Lock Collections

OK here is my collection,

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Top left
papaiz Brazilian padlock

Top mid
Master no.3

Top right
Master no.3

Middle
Master 930

Middle right
camo american 1205

Bottom left
corbin brazil padlock

Bottom left 2
Master no.3

bottom middle
Unidentified Yale padlock

bottom right
Commercial no.1
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Post Mon Nov 09, 2009 7:37 pm

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Most all of them. I doubt anyone has any questions about any of them considering all of the labelled collections before mine. :mrgreen:
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Post Thu Nov 12, 2009 2:51 am

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Some of my locks
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