(21:42:59) PhoneMan: wait, um...
twenglish 1 wrote:First thing I did was test the disk pack before inserting it the gates to one side bar and the notches in the spacers to the other side bar, make sure all the disks are inserted with the numbers facing outward (towards where the key goes) I positioned the shackle unlocked and aligned all the gates so it was unlocked I then inserted it a 1/4 turn past where the gate sidebar locks into the lock body
Papa Gleb wrote:Finally got round to taking these pics. The long ass chains x2 sure make a loud ring.
Notice that black O ring inside the shackle. Never saw that before. I would imagine these are there to prevent the elements from going inside but they can still go inside by the hole on the side used to remove the cap.
Papa Gleb wrote:The O ring doesnt line up but it does pretrude onto the hole and set screw but still enough space to get to the set screw.
As for the chain, thats good logic plus may explain why there is an O ring in the first place.
The key is a 102. I also have another CR (102) also the newer body but that doesnt have an O ring, it doesnt even have a groove for an O ring so there is no chance someone could have just stuffed one in this lock.
Riyame wrote:I think it is only the 105 locks that can be locked open from what has been seen before.
twenglish 1 wrote:My 105 is opened by turning the innermost disk, and the cap is held on by the rollpin, when did they start using the set screw inside the shackle hole?
twenglish 1 wrote:The roll pin definetly seems like a big security flaw at least based off how easy I was able to remove it on mine
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