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(1277) BlackDolphin90’s Split Challenge


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  1. You would never encounter a lock like this. If you are going to send things in at least make them a realistic lock you might potentially find somewhere. Why don’t I just take a 6 pin Schlage and cut the cylinder into 6 pieces and send that in ? Locks missing keeper parts or that fall apart really shouldn’t be considered a lock since it could never be used in any application at all. I’m pretty certain a thief/burglar would not care about your request to only turn in one direction and don’t pull on the core.

  2. Britska has a point……..you started counter clockwise ,then instinctively ,went clockwise……we noticed,you did not….LOL

  3. Lol "please pick counter-clockwise" – Bill picks clockwise. "Please don't pull core" – Bill pulls core. "Lock name hints that it contains warding" – Bill still acts surprised when encountering warding…

    Don't take offense please, I really am only poking fun, I just couldn't help chuckling at all the – err – interesting choices you made doing this one

    I really like watching the ones you have trouble with because there's more time to watch and learn from your work

  4. With some redesigns this could be a very interesting way to make an actual lock more pick resistant. Has anything like this, multiple core segments, been seen in the wild?

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