Anything And Everything About Lock Picking
Last edited by huxleypig on Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:43 pm, edited 3 times in total.
Out-friggin-standing! The music is soooo appropriate, Hux. That is an impressive design, build, and demonstration, good sir!
Just when you think you've learned it all, that is when you find you haven't learned anything yet.
Patrick Star wrote:Cool! I was wondering why there wasn't anything on picking Exec!
Was anything different picking it compared to Classic? Apart from the profile of course .
I've never heard even a whisper about Exec. I've heard tons more about Protec NDE than Exec!
It is a very different lock to the Classic. Yes, it has rotating discs and the same principle of 'bind and move' still applies but it presents a whole new raft of problems when it comes to picking it.
I would say that the DSS (disc steering system) has a larger function as a partial curtain in this lock than in others. In other Abloys with the DSS, (at least) the deepest disc is physically attached to the DSS arms...in this lock nothing is attached to it, it floats around inside the lock, eating up precious tool space (which is already restricted). It only steers anything when the key is returned to the insert position, resetting everything.
To complicate matters further, if you try to tension the lock from the front disc then it over-rotates a good 30 degrees or so, going well past the gate. I am nowhere near done with this lock yet too btw!
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