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Supra combination lock boxes Series 3

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Supra combination lock boxes Series 3

Postby Wolfe » Wed Jan 31, 2007 12:09 pm

Im in the real estate business with my Ol lady. we own over a dozen properties around our town and a few out of state. We use several different kinds of lock boxes some are symplex push button some are master sesame and others are Combination series3 or C3 depending on the age of them. before i started picking for fun and learned tons of info on locks whenever i lost a combo or if my ol lady set the combo and forgot it We used to just throw our unopenable boxes away. now in the case of the symplex bush button and the sesame i can just open them. BUT with all the info n months and months of learning ive never come across anything about these locks(C3 combination). even before i started picking n bypassing i used to look and request from the manufacture any info on opening these locks with no avail. If anyone knows a trick without destroying the lock box or a way to figure out the combo you'll be saving me a bunch of cash n headaches.Any help would be welcome.
Thanx in advance
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Postby What » Wed Jan 31, 2007 3:54 pm

discussion of locks like this are advanced material. sorry buddy.

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Postby xnoobandrew » Wed Jan 31, 2007 4:04 pm

Have you talked to the manufacturer? 8)
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Drop me a line on aim or msn.
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Postby LockNewbie21 » Wed Jan 31, 2007 9:42 pm

Post it's mate, you right combo's down and keep them on you. Or log them into you cell phone.


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Postby Wolfe » Thu Feb 01, 2007 12:16 am

yes i spoke with the manufacture they told me that they were throw away.I dont ever write down combos for obvious reasons.Give me a clue at least n ill do my own homework.
I can pick most residential/commercial locks
I can bypass/pick just about most padlocks
any kind of drawer/cabinet is a joke
Ditto on any wards
dont get me started about axial
Dimple i laugh at you
I can open any symplex
I can pick/bypass most automotive locks
i can manipulate/open TRTL-30 n lesser in about 20-30 mins.
I make all my own tools & equiptment

And your trying to tell me knowlage about a supra C3 is to advanced for me?
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Postby zeke79 » Thu Feb 01, 2007 12:26 am

As stated, this is an advanced topic.
For the best book out there on high security locks and their operation, take a look at amazon.com for High-Security Mechanical Locks An Encyclopedic Reference. Written by our very own site member Greyman! A true 5 Star read!!
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