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(250) Abus 90/50 Titalium Picked Open & Gutted (w/Special Offer)

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My vises are made by Panavise, a U.S. Company.  The one with the wide jaws is the model 350.  The smaller one is the model 301. Both have the 312 Base mount – www.panavise.com

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  1. Not all of these locks are created equal. I just bought (August 2015) Abus 90/50 Titalium from Amazon for $40 and it came pinned with only 5 pins. It's a 6 pin core but the last chamber has the top milled out, so it cant hold the 6th top pin. If you seal the cut (I used a chip off the 30/1000th tension wrench) then you can pin the 6th hole. Also looks like pin #1 is now a steel pin.

  2. Got my Abus Titalium today. Picked it twice – what a lovely lock: lightweight, great feedback and no spring tension; but still hard work to get in.
    Great fun to watch this video. Thanks.

  3. +bosnianbill .Hey Bill I've just got one of the ABUS TITALIUM 90RK/50 Padlocks and it is Amazing and it has extremely tight tolerances and is a nice Pick because it fights back nicely. ???? also I can't believe how lightweight it is. I would love to see on a small model TITALIUM like the 40mm how strong it is against being Attacked I.e. Hacksaw or Bolt Croppers or what ever you think someone would do to it to try to get it open because of the alloy it is made of. If you can do a test like this Bill that would be Amazing and I think a lot of people would like to see it. See what you think and let me know. Nick.

  4. Too Slow,

    No worries. From your description it sounds like your lock is master keyed, or has multiple keys. The little discs are actually master wafers that offer different shear lines for different keys. Make sure you put them back together in the same order that they came apart, otherwise some of the authorized keys may not work. Or YOUR key may not work.

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