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originally posted by: PhoenixOD
Well that's the claim of the manufacture anyway. I know a bit about lock picking and this is a very ingenious design.
But humans are clever monkeys so we will have to wait see if anyone can figure out a way to beat it.
Hacksaw, bolt cutters or cordless grinder with cutting disc will cut through unless it's some type of special alloy?
originally posted by: Aleister
a reply to: PhoenixOD
There's a key. If there's a key a way to break it can be figured out, and probably without too much trouble once the tech is analyzed by a criminally minded locksmith expert. I couldn't do it, but a good steel cutter may do the trick as well and without much bother.
originally posted by: rickymouse
Gee, might not be pickable but it sure would be easy to whack with a small sledge. I wonder how long till it gets gunked up and the key gets stuck in it. I hope you aren't in a hurry to get it unlocked. Probably forget how to unlock it if you had it somewhere where you don't go very often. Have to plastic coat a set of instructions and attach to the lock.