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Old 08-14-2012, 02:00 AM   #1
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I don't see my brother that much and about ten years ago I left my pre ban Ak and a mossberg shotgun with him. He is having dinner at our house this week and bringing my long lost firearms, but he has children and there are s&w trigger locks on them but no key any ideas on removal without destroying the locks or weapons?

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Old 08-14-2012, 02:01 AM   #2
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have a locksmith pick the locks.

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Thanks I was hoping there might be a simpler cheaper way

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1001 ways to pick a lock between dinner and dessert

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They're easy to pick. I think cheaper than dirt sells pick sets for like $10.

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just use a screwdriver and pry them apart. this shows you how easy it is

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I had one sawed off with an air saw after almost ten years the trigger on a maverick 88 still sits well to the rear and feeding 5 shells through it twice the last two dropped out both times. Tomorrow it is time for my pre ban AK I am worried as #####

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if you dont have the key why do you care about the lock??

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I don't I'm worried about my rifle his saw at work could cut it in half

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Not done professionally, but free

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