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Finally got my hands on a S&G Environmental

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tpark

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Post Sat Dec 26, 2015 11:23 pm

Re: Finally got my hands on a S&G Environmental

twenglish 1 wrote:Just curious, how did you remove the roll pin from yours? And mine also appears to have the chrome peeling off the shackle, body is in excellent shape, first thing I noticed when I got it was the disks appeared very scratched up, probably from previous picking attempts


The first one I was drilling the pin, and it started to spin, so I was able to pull it out. The second one, I wanted to see if I could drill through the cap, and it was possible with little effort, I could then push the pin out. I did ruin the cap though, so that's disappointing. I think your needle file method would work with most of these locks.

Here's where to drill, if you're so inclined:
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Post Sun Dec 27, 2015 1:33 am

Re: Finally got my hands on a S&G Environmental

I have used 1/16" drill bits to extract tiny roll pins from locks before. They also make some pretty small extractors for tiny screws.

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Post Tue Dec 29, 2015 4:49 am

Re: Finally got my hands on a S&G Environmental

GWiens2001 wrote:I have used 1/16" drill bits to extract tiny roll pins from locks before. They also make some pretty small extractors for tiny screws.

Gordon

The screw extractors are a good idea, I would have used one of those if I had had a small enough one to thread into the center of the roll pin.
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