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(344) Commando Lock’s Latest Innovations


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  1. another metod. proboly is to drill the cylinder out and then (if it will not let go.) take a hammer og beat the shit out of it, i did that alot. and yes on the worng side of the law former car thef and burglor. and now when i am out shopping do i find af blind spot or a weaknes i tell the personal

  2. Bill, great videos, I've watched several.. It would be nice if you can acquire or find someone near you with a hardness tester and appropriately sized tensile tester to put some standard values to these different materials. PS. Are you actually Bosnian?

  3. Damn while that lock wasn't all that hard to pick. That new Boron alloy look very strong. I don't think the 36" bolt cutter would have cut it if the metal hadn't failed.

  4. When i would be a lockmaker and i would want to make a lock which cant be picked i would add a little charge of thermite and some percussion cap style Igniter..and when someone fingers around to much with it..the thermite would fuze everything together (it only opens things in Breaking Bad lol) secure like Railway Track Connectons

  5. If the Boron alloy is more brittle, it seems it would more easily be defeated with blowtorch/liquid nitrogen, right? Or how about blowtorch to make it white hot, let it slowly cool for 1min to temper it, then cut it with bolt cutters?

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