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+2 to SouthernBro, great price on the Insight dual pressure switch and an unexpected additional pressure switch was included!
Package showed up on Black Friday, it was a nice surprise coming to work today.
Greetings from your friendly neighborhood locksmith.
I have 18 sets of bump keys for sale. Price is $25 which includes shipping.
The keys are:
Schlage 5 pin
Schlage 6 pin
Kwikset 5 pin
Master Lock 4 pin
American Lock 5 pin.
This is a basic set that covers the most common locks in the US.
So what are bump keys? they're standard keys that have been cut to the lowest depth setting and are used to quickly open locks by inserting the key, backing it out one space and striking it with a screwdriver handle or bump hammer. This imparts kinetic energy through the key and the bottom pins to the top pins, sending them past the shear line and opening the lock. The physics involved are a little more complicated than that but that's the short of it. A rubber washer can be added to the key to allow for more rapid bumping.
Note: Buyer is responsible for ensuring it's legal to purchase/own bump keys in their area. Paypal is prefered payment method.
Though How I would do it is cut a key blank to 9000 or something similar and then precut the blade with a jeweler's saw to make it easier to break off. You can also slather the ward cuts on the blade with super glue to make it more difficult to remove.
If you're asking me if I could make some I surely could. They're simpler than bump keys. Thing is though their usual purpose is to deny access to a structure, say for instance if you've taken up residence in a old industrial building and you want to limit the number of entrances. For that you would need anywhere from a couple to potentially dozens and they would need to be specific to the keyway. If you knew what you needed and how many that would be fine, but making a bulk supply for a what-if scenario would be excessive.
The cheapest, simplest option would be to fill the keyway with expanding foam.
A trap key is ideal over the expanding foam, as you can still salvage the lock after. You are able to take an extractor to lift up the trapped pin and pull out the key, and thus preventing Extra money from being sent for buying new locks etc.
Expanding by foam is definitely more secure, and a much more permanent solution.
This is true too, I was thinking about it from a more military or police POV where they wouldn't worry about changing locks afterward.
Personally I think disabling locks for security is stupid. You should only do it as a form of insecurity.(Keeping a common area open) Unless a door has a metal frame, or 3 locks across the door, it's going to be kicked in/battered down easily.
Locks are to keep honest people out, and should be treated as such.
I've never seen a great need for them either, but it's not really for security so much as simply restricting movement. For security you're better off barricading the door, a couple earth/sand-filled 55 gallon drums are the way to go. You can also anchor them in place with I-beam or railroad track bollards if you're concerned somebody might try to drag them away with machinery. But at that point you might be better off just bricking up the doorway entirely.
Comes with basically everything you need to mount onto a lower, sans the rear takedown spring and detent:
-the stock (it has the rear door and sling swivel)
-the screw that goes into the toob
-the rifle length buffer tube
-and its corresponding spring and buffer
asking $80 shipped CONUS. i can give a discount to anybody looking to meet locally (seattle) for it.
i'd be willing to swap the thing (or the other ATS war belt in the other ad) with a KAC drop-in carbine RAS.
KAC RAS 5 rifle length rails. New in plastic with forward grip and rail panels.
$150 shipped. More than 1 available. I prefer email.
I really thought you guys would be on these. They come with everything pictured.
ConcernedCitizen gave out like a hundred of these a while back... the market might be a bit saturated here.
I want to get one to replace the one I sold but then I started looking at lighter option and even free-float
I'd love to buy a set but I have some financial responsibilities to take care of first. If you still have one in a month or so I will.
I had a small store/online shop. I've liquidated as much as I could online and to local friends/gun nuts. I have some stuff leftover, I'm selling at my cost, some might not be that great. If you want a bunch of stuff I can do even better. All but one of my scopes are gone. Most if it's Magpul stuff.
Unfortunately I can't order anything new and hook you guys up. It's been a couple months since I last ordered with my distributor and they put a hold on my account. I don't want to call my rep just to order one thing.
Burris MTAC 1-4x24mm #200437 - $300
x2 Inforce APL Pistol Light - $100 each
Inforce 6VX Flashlight - $65
Inforce WML - $100
x2 Surefire 6PX Tactical - $54 each
x2 Surefire 6PX Pro - $54 each
x2 KNS Pins Gen 2 Mod 3 .154 - $20 each
x2 KNS Pins Gen 2 Mod 3 .1555 - $20 each
KNS Pin Gen 2 Mod 2 .154 - $20
x2 KNS Pins Gen 2 Mod 2 .1555 - $20 each
x5 Magpul BAD Levers - $20 each
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Items received. Thanks!
Package recieved, thanks for the awesome deal.
Got the stuff in yesterday. Thanks bud.
-Magpul Ladder Rail Covers - $5 each - 2 Black
I'll take these per our emails.
Bad Formatting. Reposting. Got an email from someone looking for some stuff, so I hooked him up. I'm still around just lurking. If you want a lot, we can work something out. Here's an updated list of what I have.
Magpul BAD Lever
- - - - Black: $20 x3
- - - - Black: $15 x2
- - - - FDE: $15 x1
- - - - OD: $15 x2
- - - - Grey: $15 x3
- - - - Black: $20 x2
- - - - Grey: $20 x2
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i bought a blue force gear chest rig i've been getting more mileage out of than this guy here, so i think it's time to offload this.
it's a size medium, but comes with a size small (28-33") fusion rigger's belt as the inner belt.
i'll throw in the pictured g-code RTI plate with blade tech molle clips, usmc dump pouch, and ats double mag pouch for free.
$80 shipped usps priority to an operator. or shoot an offer.
yeah i figure there aren't many other 5'4" azn manlets on opchan like me, but its worth a try.
Interested but don't get paid until next week
How much to ship to Toronto?
shoot me an e-mail, bruh.
Old gear for sale
Used chest rig - $20 - it's durable and has no issues attaches to molle and has standalone shoulder straps
Triple mag pouches - $10 each - 2 available, also dirty and used
Tan follower mags - $10 shipped - these are new mags of unknown make
Green follower mags - $7 shipped - used but still work fine
Black follower adventure line mag - $20 shipped
Quantity pictured is amount available. email for sale or questions.
Seconds on the chest rig please
Cool, I'll take the chest rig and the two triple mag pouches, check your email
Will you ship mags to CA?
They're all in very good condition, asking $100 shipped for the lot.
2x HSGI Rifle Tacos
2x HSGI Rifle/Pistol Tacos
1x SDS Dump Pouch
I want to trade my new TLR 1 for your TLR 6 that's fits an MP shield 9mm.
Or I'll ship it for $100.
It's new, works, no box but never mounted.
Is it an OG TLR or an HP?
It says TLR 1. I'll get a pic later.
Model Number: 8605 | Caliber: 9mm Luger
Capacity: 17 1
Sights: Novak® LoMount Carry 3-Dot
Slide Material: Stainless Steel
Slide Finish: Black Nitride
Grip Frame: One-Piece, High-Performance, Glass-Filled Nylon Grip: Ergonomic Wrap-Around Grip Module
Barrel Length: 4.20" Overall Length: 7.50"
Height: 5.60" Width: 1.40" (Across Controls)
Weight: 30 oz. Twist: 1:10" RH