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Post Sun Aug 10, 2008 7:33 pm

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awol70 wrote:
superlenny wrote:
awol70 wrote:
frantic57744 wrote:Some terrific close up shots what kind of camera do you use it gives some really graphic and crisp images....

just a cheezy 6.0MP sony cybershot....(its all in the technique...=)


thx for the info Hallis

eam awol,
the "ABUS"85/50" we picket got not an interchangeable core or?
i never seen a lock like in the video :|
(okaay i'm pretty new in the scene^^)

nope.... not re-keyable...



ok "schade"....or you would say...?BUMMER? i think^^
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Post Wed Aug 27, 2008 12:19 am

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wow ray quite the collections. I didn't even realize that there were so many different ones. Mostly because i hate cutting locks apart. There to much fun to pick for me and i don't get many that i can take apart. And the last one i did its still in pieces cause i broke it.
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Post Wed Aug 27, 2008 5:08 am

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Thanks Wiz Really Helpful
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Post Mon Sep 01, 2008 1:04 am

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This pin is a lock tesa T60:

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Is a double spool pin?
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Post Mon Sep 01, 2008 2:15 am

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it all depends really, i would say it's personal preference whatever you call it.

I suppose it could be a double spool or it could be a super deep cut double serration.

but yeah i would go with something along the lines of spool.

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Post Mon Sep 01, 2008 10:52 pm

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yeah it is similar to the pins in gege locks...
i think they are more along the lined of deep serrated.
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Post Sun Sep 07, 2008 4:56 pm

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those master combo locks with keyway on back sometimes have barrel pins.. nice pics too.
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Post Sun Sep 07, 2008 10:09 pm

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USApicker wrote:those master combo locks with keyway on back sometimes have barrel pins.. nice pics too.


We just upgraded at our school to NEW COMBO LOCKS!!! They got the key override on the back, I thought they would just be a standard no-security keyway.
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Post Sun Sep 07, 2008 10:59 pm

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Jinglesanator wrote:
USApicker wrote:those master combo locks with keyway on back sometimes have barrel pins.. nice pics too.


We just upgraded at our school to NEW COMBO LOCKS!!! They got the key override on the back, I thought they would just be a standard no-security keyway.


They are so unbelievably easy to pick it's unreal. Good thing most people dont know how to pick locks.

Lew
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Post Sun Sep 07, 2008 11:30 pm

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Lockylew wrote:
Jinglesanator wrote:
USApicker wrote:those master combo locks with keyway on back sometimes have barrel pins.. nice pics too.


We just upgraded at our school to NEW COMBO LOCKS!!! They got the key override on the back, I thought they would just be a standard no-security keyway.


They are so unbelievably easy to pick it's unreal. Good thing most people dont know how to pick locks.

Lew

its not even really picking... its just more like jiggling...
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Post Wed Sep 24, 2008 4:15 am

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Josh wrote:
Lockylew wrote:
Jinglesanator wrote:
USApicker wrote:those master combo locks with keyway on back sometimes have barrel pins.. nice pics too.


We just upgraded at our school to NEW COMBO LOCKS!!! They got the key override on the back, I thought they would just be a standard no-security keyway.


They are so unbelievably easy to pick it's unreal. Good thing most people dont know how to pick locks.

Lew

its not even really picking... its just more like jiggling...


I should bring mine home for the weekend since I have nothing in my locker on the weekend.... :mrgreen:
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Post Sun Nov 23, 2008 1:15 pm

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Cool pic's mate. Very good example of the types of pins found in all locks. I hate them fu**ing hybrid spools!!!
Check out my Picking Videos @ http://uk.youtube.com/RosinDubh37713
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Post Mon Dec 22, 2008 10:41 am

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Awesome pictures dude!! I look forward in seeing them all in person..
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Post Mon Dec 22, 2008 10:42 pm

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I have an assa twin I can pull apart. Ill post the pics asap! No I Can't Pick it. I would love to know if anyone here has?
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Post Tue Dec 23, 2008 1:31 am

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.45cal wrote:I have an assa twin I can pull apart. Ill post the pics asap! No I Can't Pick it. I would love to know if anyone here has?

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