Kryptonite 851219

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The '''851219''' is a [[pin-tumbler]] [[padlock]] made by [[Kryptonite]]. It is an extremely inexpensive, surprisingly high security [[padlock]].  It features a double ball bearing 1" Molybdenum alloy steel shackle .440" thick.  It is rekeyable and is notable as being one of few 6 pin padlocks.
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The '''851219''' is a [[pin-tumbler]] [[padlock]] made by [[Kryptonite]].  It features a double ball bearing 1" Molybdenum alloy steel shackle .440" thick.  It is rekeyable and is notable as being one of few 6 pin padlocks.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:13, 6 January 2011

[edit] Kryptonite 851219

Kryptonite 851219
Kryptonite padlock.jpg
Name Kryptonite 851219
Manufacturer Kryptonite
Lock Type Padlock, Cylinder
Lock Design Pin-tumbler


The 851219 is a pin-tumbler padlock made by Kryptonite. It features a double ball bearing 1" Molybdenum alloy steel shackle .440" thick. It is rekeyable and is notable as being one of few 6 pin padlocks.

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[edit] Principles of operation

See also Pin-tumbler (Principles of Operation)

The Kryptonite 851219 cylinder is a pin-tumbler lock with six pin stacks and five spooled security pins. Additionally, five of the key pins are serrated. The 851219 contains one anti-drill hardened pin. The 851219 can only be opened by rotating the plug clockwise.

[edit] Disassembly instructions

The 851219 can be disassembled for rekeying purposes. To disassemble first unlock the lock, then unscrew the Philips retaining screw that holds the cylinder in.

[edit] Vulnerabilities

The 851219 is a fairly difficult lock to compromise due to the various security features. The 851219 may be vulnerable to one or more of the following:

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[edit] See also

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