How to break into a Brinks lockbox in seconds


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#2

Yes, most cabinet locks can be opened with a paperclip. This is not exactly news to anyone with a streak of trouble in them.
We did that to higher quality National brand cupboard locks in our school’s supply cabinets in the seventies.


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Step 3 might be a problem for me as i might get out of hand with my nefarious cackles. It seems to call them pesky good-doers over.


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applying vertical tension

Tension is stretching something. I don’t think that’s the right word here.


#5

might we say it’s Under Pressure?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uuzmub5PXNQ


#6

Torsion. But I believe the lock picking tool is commonly called a tension wrench, so what do I know.


#7

I’ve always wondered if that was a corruption that occurred at some point in the distant past.


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Tension wrench seems to be the older word: Google Books Ngram Viewer


#9

I’ll raise you a derisive snort


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I used to unlock the door to the residence hall floor circut breaker panel when the EE students on the floor got a little over eager with their experiments.

One guy made a jacobs ladder out of a neon light transformer. We had to unplug everything else in the room to make it work without tripping the breaker.


#11

My dad uses an old 2kV neon transformer for this. Great fun to show the kids. :smile:


#12

Also, that was an admirable amount of Scotch on display.


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