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Ferret619

Foolish Possums are not Grand Poobahs
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I also stuff around with this lol.

I bought a starter set from pickpals for like 20 bucks and a clear padlock off eBay for a few bucks.

Have you guys tried any door locks? Do you use a jig to hold them in?
Pickpals are a good mob, postage from WA sorta blows though...
I don’t usually use a jig as I generally play with padlocks or cylinders mounted in the door
I’ve got one lock kicking my ass currently... I’m sure it’s full of serrated pins.. I can’t rake it, can’t rock it, can’t bitch pick it...it has to single pin picked and I’m rubbish with serrated
 
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todras

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Sydney
I have friends who are very much into this hobby and it's actually really fun, but I hate to be 'that guy' but please take a read of the following page even if you don't take it to heart, care whatsoever or are particularly concerned :)
 

Ferret619

Foolish Possums are not Grand Poobahs
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I have friends who are very much into this hobby and it's actually really fun, but I hate to be 'that guy' but please take a read of the following page even if you don't take it to heart, care whatsoever or are particularly concerned :)
Very true, with anything like this you have to be mindful. Should an officer stop me on any given day I may have a knife, spray paint, gloves and lock picks, it could look bad...
I have Knife for cutting boxes at work.
Paint and gloves for checking road kill for young and marking them.
Lockpicks for working on challenge kicks in my spare time.

Just dont do dodgy stuff and you will be swell.
 

the_shaving_sailor

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I have a pick gun in my tool bag at work but that's part and parcel with the job, when we are out at sea and someone breaks a key or looses a key we cant just pop out to the shop and replace a whole door lock set or call in a locksmith
 

Ferret619

Foolish Possums are not Grand Poobahs
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I have a pick gun in my tool bag at work but that's part and parcel with the job, when we are out at sea and someone breaks a key or looses a key we cant just pop out to the shop and replace a whole door lock set or call in a locksmith
I imagine locks being either really sweet and state of the art on a ship or really rubbish since the people who have access to the ship are supposed to be trustworthy?
 

the_shaving_sailor

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I imagine locks being either really sweet and state of the art on a ship or really rubbish since the people who have access to the ship are supposed to be trustworthy?
we use locks literally made during the Vietnam and Korean wars.
if its extremely high security we have bio-metric scanners or finger print scanners.

I mainly bust into filing cabinets, personnel lockers and tool cabinets which people loose keys for.
 
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