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  1. #51
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    8-)

    The gem today was a 6k204 lock hidden amongst a bunch of 6k174 isolator locks and some unusual possibly CM anti drill plates alongside one of the Chubb biscuit plates.
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    Hard as a mother in law's heart, those are.

    I haven't heard the term "biscuit" in this context for a very long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chubby View Post
    I remember, they had those when I was locked up in Rampton.
    Quote Originally Posted by Chubby View Post
    ...I haven't heard the term "biscuit" in this context for a very long time.
    Probably not since they 'released' you Chubby.
    I know of several good dentists if you need one!
    Huw

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    You've lost me there.

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    Gary that's two factory 6K204's you've posted now..

    Any chance you could post a photo of the back of the curtain?
    Always wondered if the drill-pins for the pipe conversions were die-cast in situ or fitted afterwards and then swaged/spun over the back.
    Last edited by Huw Eastwood; 17-09-17 at 09:59 PM.
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    I will take some close up pictures of it Huw.
    Just more hardplates and handles today.
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    Some Chatwood impregnable locks, Chubb channel lock and a nice demo unit/isolator boltwork unit.
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    Default 6k204 close ups

    for Huw.
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    Some Bramah keys and blanks and a set of FA Ava keys, anyone know what these were for, know about the FB set, but not what the FA were used on.
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