Title just about says it.
rance wrote:kinda what m0wgli said. if you want to really secure stuff, use a hard case, and get like an abus padlock or something (be prepared to pay).
chrisj wrote:rance wrote:kinda what m0wgli said. if you want to really secure stuff, use a hard case, and get like an abus padlock or something (be prepared to pay).
Down side to ABUS, pain to open without the key, unless you have bolt cutters. Friend used 2 going to defcon, and they were cut off by the TSA. At least they left the guns in the case alone.
chrisj wrote:Doh, down side to playing with as many locks as I do. I said ABUS, was thinking Abloy. They were $80.00 abloy locks that got cut off. anyway if you get the right ABUS, they'll be disk locks too. HArder to open.
AS for the master locks, I think they're starting to make them better.. Locks I bought 2 years ago, I can get in, in under 10 seconds. Stuff I bought last year, takes me about 1 minute. Locks I bought for Maker Faire Detroit's Lock Pick Village this year, 3 to 5 minutes each.
Jamie.R wrote:So we saying ABUS are the best lock to get but they come at a price
DataDwarf wrote:Just a note if you are traveling by air in the USA the TSA only allows you to use certain approved locks;
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