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rerun12

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Post Sat Mar 30, 2013 5:56 pm

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Oldfast wrote:Nice collection rerun... thanks for sharin' it!

My eyes immediatly went to the two locks at the top left. Far left is the old 930? ...
setting beside it is the newer Magnum930...an upscaled look with downscaled quality. lol

I've an old Master930/6230. It's filled with spools & the return spring in it packs some force. When I first had it,
I remember being able to pick it, but would often times lose my wrench while trying to turn the plug far enough
to open it lol. The new M930's require very little turning force and are filled with nothing but standard pins.
Do you find this to be the case with the two of yours?

Both of them sitting along side each other pays tribute to the old saying - "They just don't make em' like they use to!"


thanks for the compliment on my meager collection oldfast, id like to get my hands on some more medecos,ASSAs, corbins, bests and the like.

as far as the master goes...i bought it within the last year so it must be one of the newer models, although the tensioning on it is very weird and there are certainly some security pins in there so idk...maybe it is what you're thinkin. anyway, thanks for the compliment, i hope this will encourage more people to post their own collections. i doubt there are many on here who arent into some good old fashioned lock porn :whip:
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Post Sat Jan 03, 2015 10:35 pm

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Not too large of a collection.
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Post Sat Jan 03, 2015 11:10 pm

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pmaxey83 wrote:Not too large of a collection.

Maybe not.... but hell-of-a nice start! Some nice one's there.
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Post Sun Jan 04, 2015 12:14 am

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pmaxey83 wrote:Image

Not too large of a collection.


Nice! Is that a D12 I see? And the Corbins are sweet (Corbin collector in the making here) .Just need to find a new shackle for that American and you're well on your way. I'm sure there's a couple of guys here that will fix you up with any parts/locks you desire.
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Post Sun Jan 04, 2015 1:30 am

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Doogs wrote:
pmaxey83 wrote:Image

Not too large of a collection.


Nise! Is that a D12 I see? And the Corbins are sweet (Corbin collector in the making here) .Just need to find a new shackle for that American and you're well on your way. I'm sure there's a couple of guys here that will fix you up with any parts/locks you desire.


The Ruko has an ASSA Max core in it, such a nifty design on the side bar.
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Post Mon Jan 05, 2015 11:54 pm

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That Ruko is really cool :)
Plus I'm just adoreing their design :D
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Post Tue Jan 06, 2015 1:20 am

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here is some of what I have Pic's of ATM ;)
and I just added some more to the collection :-)

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Post Thu Jan 08, 2015 12:02 am

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Some great stuff there! I see a number of cutaways mixed in too.

Been writing an article on Slaymakers for awhile now, so naturally my
eye went straight to that, lol. That's a nice one. Got a combo for it?

p.s. Just noticed your sig line. That's funny! And true.
I know I've thrown my share of fits when starting out. lol
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Post Thu Jan 08, 2015 1:11 am

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Oldfast, No I don't have the code for the Slaymaker but that's why it was $0.99 on ebay :-) (its in my to-do pile of locks make keys for or workout the combo's)
Those 2 storage containers are just the locks I could find at the time (the rest are scattered all over my house)

when "HAL" posted that in the chat I knew it had to be my sig line ;)
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Post Tue Jan 20, 2015 10:44 pm

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A nice package just arrived in the mail

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Post Wed Jan 21, 2015 2:40 am

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The newest addition to my collection :D

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edit: I was just talking to someone who lived in Russia at the time, apparently this lock is about 40 - 45 years old and it cost 7 Rubble's at the time it was made (and I was told that was alot of money for a lock at the time) , he also told me that it more then likely government in nature (or Communist as he said) :D
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Post Tue Mar 24, 2015 12:36 am

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Was able to salvage this Medeco out of an old security control panel.

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Bought the Keymark off of the evilbay!
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Post Tue Mar 24, 2015 5:29 am

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Here's some of my locks.

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American series 10, Abus 34/55 N.Y.C.H.A., Abus 83CS/55 Schlage keyway, Abus 83CS/55 w/ arrow cyl.,Medeco 545T5 51, American A1100, Abus 80TI/50 titalium, Abus 83IC/45 w/ Best cyl., Master No. 5, Master No. 230.

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Russwin Corbin Assa Abloy mortise cyls. w/ N8 keyway, Mul-T-Lock 7x7 euro., Widmar wafer, Assa Twin 6000, Yale, Duo, Medeco military S & G, Mr. Pickproof cruciform 18 pin.

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My bench.
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Post Tue Dec 15, 2015 3:11 am

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Not the most impressive collection by any means but it is getting to the point where I am having a hard time getting it all in one picture haha
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Post Tue Dec 15, 2015 5:35 am

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Lookin' good!! And a nice wide variety too.

Do you have the combo for the Gougler?

:mrgreen: And lets get them LaGards mounted! :whip:
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