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Brinks Combination Lock

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Brinks Combination Lock

Postby GlowCrocket » Wed Feb 18, 2004 2:07 pm

Hello everyone, i guess i am what you consider a newbie on this board. I have checked some of the other post but haven't been able to find the answer to my question yet so i thought i might just post it in hopes of a little help. I have a brinks combination lock that i forgot the combination too and am hoping that maybe someone might know how to crack the combination or open this lock.
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Postby marso » Wed Feb 18, 2004 6:55 pm

GlowCrocket, I would suggest calling a locksmith.

The skill required takes a long time to practice and get used to it. Also since this is your first question you may not be aware that topics that are not "lockpicking" are sometimes not well recieved for a number of reasons. If I knew the answer (which I don't) I would only respond if a regular asked, and I would respond in a Personal Message (PM).

If you are into finding new hobbies you can read some of the Frequently asked questions, the MIT guide and watch the videos and get into lockpicking?

Let us know how you go, especially if you get the locksmith to do it.
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Postby GlowCrocket » Thu Feb 19, 2004 12:10 am

Sorry if this post...well isn't well accepted. I was trying to find places to figure out how to do this and I ran across this site. I read some of the things posted here and lockpicking sounds like it would be a fun hobby. It seems like it might be some kind of puzzle to solve or complete. I imagine that I will be asking more questions about lockpicking as I begin to try some things with lockpicking. Sorry again about the post if no one is allowed to or doesn't like these kind of post.
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Postby Varjeal » Thu Feb 19, 2004 12:25 am

Nah, it's o.k. to ask. You just might want to be a bit more particular about how you phrase your posts. A lot of time's "kiddies" will make posts like that wanting to break into their friends school locker 'cause the other guy stole their girlfriend or something like that.

Posting the model and a link or pic of your lock will assist you in getting the information you request. This also helps to "prove" to others that you have a serious interest in the lock in question and are not one of the many "one-shot wonders" that grace so many websites.

Hope that helps. :)
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