Tuffpak 1050 Lock Style

I have used the internal key lock on my Tuffpac alot. Have been asked a couple of times to open it but no big deal. I used a different case with padlocks once and they cut the TSA (marked) locks. I asked the agent why. He said they didn't have the master keys for my lock. I said I thought you had keys for all the TSA locks! He replied yes but ours were lost or stolen. Pissed me off and will stick with my Tuffpac internal key lock.
 
Pop riveted. Used small washers over rivet so would not pull thru. It makes look more secure. But if someone wants in it, just like any other case they will get in
Yes sir, anyone with a rock can get in a padlock in seconds, or a flush mount lock with a cordless drill just as fast. Locks simply keep honest people honest....
 
Yes sir, anyone with a rock can get in a padlock in seconds, or a flush mount lock with a cordless drill just as fast. Locks simply keep honest people honest....
:S Agree: 100% true.

Locks are only there because there are laws saying they are required. Watch the Lock Picking Lawyer on YT for about 10 minutes and you will see how easy it really is. It takes longer to cut a quality zip-tie than open a lock.

Here he is picking the "unpickable" Abloy PL341 in less than 3 minutes.

BTW - Make the lock unpickable and this happens. If they want in, they will get in.
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