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huxleypig

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Post Fri Aug 18, 2017 8:34 pm

Re: GreenGrowLocks Collection

I got a Penta here that I will look at attacking one day. My Kaba Gemini was real bear to pick and that only had 3 rows of pins, not 5.

Imschatten360 did a cool Miwa EC decode/make up key. He used a physical magnet to probe the inside of the lock then a plastic make-up key. I have a Miwa 3800 decoder here and I use a make-up key too, only my version is electronic. I think both approaches might work for the Miracle magnetic, if the magnets are strictly a binary push/pull (or blank) thing.
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macgng

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Post Fri Aug 25, 2017 2:57 pm

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Woah!!!! Neat stuff man!!! I see some stuff I need to find ;)

Very cool, thanks for sharing.
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Oldfast

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Post Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:37 pm

Re: GreenGrowLocks Collection

Gorgeous collection of locks... and some brilliant picking!
Most of those are outta my league. Thanks so much for sharing.
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greengrowlocks

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Post Sun Sep 10, 2017 4:20 am

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Thanks guys, here are a few more pictures of some things I've collected over the last few weeks. I will try a make up key for the MIWA as you mentioned. Most of the radially pinned locks are a PITA for me, and I haven't had any success yet on the Penta.

LaGard 3300 (I'm new to manipulation and got this and the 6730 for practice.)
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S&G 6730 ( I had someone change the combination to this lock for me.)
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Zeiss Ikon Cruciform
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Securit S1801 5 Lever
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Western Electic 30c
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ILCO SFIC "WA keyway"
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Picked to control using a .015" pick I modified for the EPS
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Eagle IRS Barrel Padlock
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Top is the padlock key, bottom two are mortise/rim cylinder keys
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Abus Titalium 64ti/20 ( I picked this up at the hardware store for $3. I didn't know they came so small.)
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CISA RS3 S ( I opened this using a homemade flag, the interactive element was the last pin to bind.)
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Southern Steel Assa Twin (Just got this open tonight, it's the first Twin I've picked so far.)
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Southern Steel Assa Twin Mogul
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Mauer Crypto ( I've gotten a few false sets but not much more than that. I think my problem is over setting pins. This lock has 18 pins at 12,3, and 6 o' clock positions. The 12 and 3 o' clock pins are binding first.)
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insatiableOne

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Post Sun Sep 10, 2017 5:28 am

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whew! sell all that for a car!

How did you locate the cutaways? I have a mill but.. kinda scared to start choppin.

My progression jumpped leaps and bounds over the last couple of months. It is good to see it is possible to pick these. I seem to like the Titalium as a fast less than a minute reassurance confidence booster. Have to pick up that baby you posted. Thank you for some inspiration.
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greengrowlocks

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Post Sun Sep 10, 2017 5:41 am

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insatiableOne wrote:How did you locate the cutaways? I have a mill but.. kinda scared to start choppin.


Most of the stuff is from ebay. It would be pretty awesome if you started making your own cutaways, it could be profitable too. A few weeks ago I saw a S&G Environmental cutaway sold for $450. I thought to myself.. how hard is it to actually make that? If someone could pick one up for $80-$100, machine away some metal and then sell it for $350 profit that sounds pretty good to me. I've seen some other cutaways that look a lot more difficult to machine though. Something like a MulTLock would probably be pretty hard.
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greengrowlocks

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Post Mon Sep 11, 2017 5:51 am

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Assa Twin Pro (Thanks to the member that sent me this. I had some problems with my picks getting stuck in the lock when picking the sidebar but eventually found one that worked well. )
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greengrowlocks

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Post Tue Sep 12, 2017 9:53 pm

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Ford Transit/Tibbe locks & Decoder Tool (Takes only seconds to open these with the decoder.)
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NIX PIX (Not having a key I made a tension tool earlier today. I can set most the pins with a probe but haven't got it picked yet.)
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greengrowlocks

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Post Tue Sep 12, 2017 9:55 pm

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Abloy Payphone Lock
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