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Re: at last- 5pin olschool lockwood picked

PostPosted: Wed May 08, 2013 12:20 am
by psykro
kilby wrote:Well done,

I have a Lockwood with a removable core and I have a feeling that it is going to be a long fought battle before I beat that one.

ta mate : ]
you might be surprised if it is a modern lockwood. assa abloy took them over and i find their rem.core padlocks to be relatively easy.
that said, to learn the feedback i progressively pinned my 334B45. it was the first decent lock i picked. went from 2 to 6 pins in an afternoon and popped it. oldlock's mention of an extra tickle is spot on for them. good luck!

another one last night!

PostPosted: Wed May 08, 2013 12:33 am
by psykro
stoked : ]
this one liked BOK CW the opposite of the previous one...

close up penetration shot:

Re: at last- 5pin olschool lockwood picked

PostPosted: Wed May 08, 2013 1:03 am
by GWiens2001
Lock porn! Lock porn! :drool:



Re: at last- 5pin olschool lockwood picked

PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2014 10:48 am
by C locked
psykro wrote:
AULockpicker wrote:I checked my videos and it was a rim cylinder which had the large bevelled pins. I did perform surgery on a lockwood padlock some time ago to see how they are shielded, and that particular one had standard pins with standard bevels. I don't know if some lockwood padlocks have the same pins or if in fact the pins in the rim cylinder I put on YT had been doctored by a locksmith?

cheers for link mate, didn't realise but i had already subscribed to your channel : ]
i reckon those pins look modified but just speculation really. i have repinned a few lkwd rim cylinders now, and i haven't struck any with that hardcore chamfer.
that is an old cylinder though [no faceplate] so who knows?
let me know when you pick that bastard!

having watched the video to see these evil chamfered pins.
those pins look like there are from an OLD lockwood 245 padlock
i've repinned 50 something of those and the OLD ones were like those.
i've never found them in a rim cylinder thou.