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#1 PhreeX

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Posted 17 November 2007 - 11:14 PM

On the private forums I moderate we have one especially for lock-hacking, key bumping, etc.. one of the members had made an inquiry about abloy locks and bump keys.. of course the general consensus was "no, they can't be bumped" .. well, one member said it wasn't only possible but keys were available online, and he backed this claim with a screen cap from an old auction on eBay (from back in the day when you could freely post an auction for bump keys, you still can sell them only if you are careful to word your auction - ie "depth keys") ... this screen cap was for an auction labeled "abloy Mul-T-Lock bump key set" and it was for a set of 3 keys and had a price of $65 for the buy it now - pictures were also attached ...

Has anyone seen any such keys offered online?

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#2 BLK

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Posted 18 November 2007 - 08:07 AM

"abloy Mul-T-Lock bump key set"

Sounds like a quick way to make $65.00. Mul-T-Lock is an expensive lock to destroy with a "bump key."

As the weather gets cooler here in the mid-South, we are preparing to go Snipe hunting. The "trophy fee" is $1,500.00 (non-refundable) and there is no guarantee that you will bag a Snipe. As an added incentive, each hunter will be given a set of Mul-T-Lock bump keys.
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#3 chorbats

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Posted 19 November 2007 - 08:44 PM

Your just wrong BLK. I was wondering do you use plastic or paper when snipe hunting?

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Posted 20 November 2007 - 03:36 PM

Your just wrong BLK. I was wondering do you use plastic or paper when snipe hunting?


Paper, of course.
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#5 yoyoboy

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Posted 25 February 2008 - 11:38 PM

UK Bump keys sells a Mul-T-Lock bump key, however, it seems to be for the older style of multi lock, pre-floating cut in the key. The bumping principal still works on the new multlocks, however unless you are a multilock dealer you won't be able to get blanks.

Abloy never has been and never will be bumpable. End of story.
As of a couple of months ago abloy is no longer referring to Protec as "virtually" pick proof, just simply "pick proof" :)