Artifact No: 3811. Sn: 151666. CoR: England. Sz:103 x 85mm. Mt: cast iron, steel, brass. Wt: 1.054kg.
A 'B' footprint lock, but with a bolt blocker.
It's years since I've taken the cap off this one Gary I'll have a look when I get a chance, from memory it was pretty basic with only a monitor lever and no detector but I'll have to check to be sure.
That would be the harder thing to do by rolling the safe on dirt road. That how we move safe by rolling in hard surface floor. The problem trying to turn the dang safe left or right.....Timothy.....
BBE was right about Master Padlock. Sometime it will work if can pick the lock open and feel the pin of which is longer pin or shorter pin to get the cut There also some American padlock are hard to...
Pardon my ignorance. Is the Chubb "London" a model?
Any solid body, non-high security padlock should be fine. Just stay away from laminated locks that have a floating cylinder.
So BBE, which padlocks would you recommend that a person begin with when starting out to hone their skills in impressioning?
Theyre cracking safes those Milners, I have a soft spot for them like you say Gary even after all the years of use and even seizing up, its still as tight as new. I'd forgotten about those flush...
Gary, it's not what is written on the van that counts, it's how it it tracks down the road after being used with a griphoist in moving a 3 ton safe uphill.