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  1. #1
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    Default MultiLock (Lockwood) MT5 (+) factory cutaway

    Here's some pictures of a very nicely made Factory cut-a-way MT5 cylinder. The lock has 5 sidebar pins, and 5 pairs (10 in total) dimple Pin-in-pin stacks. Plus an interactive spring element in the key.

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  2. #2
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    Beautiful photos, keep em' coming

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldlock View Post
    Here's some pictures of a very nicely made Factory cut-a-way MT5 cylinder. The lock has 5 sidebar pins, and 5 pairs (10 in total) dimple Pin-in-pin stacks. Plus an interactive spring element in the key.

    Pictures attached.
    Nice lock,great photos

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    Mmmmm.....Lockwood.

    That name rings a bell somewhere.

    The pin-in-pin thing is also done by Mul-T-Lock, so maybe they own the Lockwood brand?


    -BoomBoxDeluxe

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    Lockwood is a brand that was in the US in the early to mid part of the 1900s and then left. Lockwood started in 1934 in Australia. It is now part of the ASSA Abloy group. So Multi-Lock would be a keyway they would be selling, along with ASSA V10, Abloy, ect......

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    Beautiful cylinder!!
    I've found an animation of the MT5, but I think it's a more modern version of this one:

    YouTube - Mul-T-Lock

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    Nope. Same thing, just a different brand logo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldlock View Post
    Here's some pictures of a very nicely made Factory cut-a-way MT5 cylinder. The lock has 5 sidebar pins, and 5 pairs (10 in total) dimple Pin-in-pin stacks. Plus an interactive spring element in the key.

    Pictures attached.
    superb pictures and a nice share oldlock

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    Great pics,thanks

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    Ähm... I also agree that this is an upgrade to the interactive and probably made in Israel but here in Germany the name for this cylinde is Ikon R10 and of course Ikon belongs to Assa Abloy. I prefer EVVA, small but very good company and you are not only a "number" for them.
    reference: http://www.ikon.de/de/site/IKON/Losu...rwellenprofil/

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