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= Lockwood 110 Series =
 
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= Lockwood 110 series =
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{{Lock model
 
{{Lock model
| name = Lockwood 110/40
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| name = Lockwood 110 series
 
| Img = File:Lockwood_110-40.jpg
 
| Img = File:Lockwood_110-40.jpg
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| maker = [[Lockwood]]
 
| maker = [[Lockwood]]
 
| lock_type = [[Padlock]]
 
| lock_type = [[Padlock]]
| lock_design = [[Pin-tumbler]]
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| lock_design = [[Pin_tumbler|Pin-tumbler]]
 
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[[Lockwood]]'s 110 series is a consumer-grade series of small brass-bodied [[padlock]]s. They are marketed towards lower security applications, such as mailboxes and school lockers.
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[[Lockwood]]'s 110 series is a consumer-grade series of small brass-bodied [[Pin_tumbler|pin-tumbler]] [[padlock]]s. They are marketed for use in low security applications, such as mailboxes and school lockers.
  
 
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== Features ==
 
== Features ==
These locks are assembled in the factory, and cannot be disassembled non-destructively or custom pinned by locksmiths. They have a hardened shackle secured with spring-loaded locking lugs, which is vulnerable to [[Bypass|shimming]] attacks. The 110/20 and 110/25 use only one locking lug, on the open side of the shackle.
 
  
=== Pinning ===
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110 series padlocks cannot be disassembled non-destructively. The hardened [[bolt|shackle]] is secured with spring-loaded locking lugs, which are vulnerable to [[Bypass|shimming]] attacks. The 110/20 and 110/25 use only one locking lug, on the open side of the shackle.
The 110/20 and 110/25 contain standard pins only.
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The 110/20 and 110/25 contain only standard pins, while the 110/30 and above contain a mix of [[Security_pin|spool]] and standard pins. These pins are differ from the spools used in Lockwood's commercial rekeyable range, which are commonly referred to as Lockwood shallow spools.
  
The 110/30 and above contain a mix of spool and standard pins. These pins are different to the spools used in Lockwood's commercial rekeyable range, which are commonly referred to as Lockwood shallow spools.
 
  
 
== Variants ==
 
== Variants ==
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! Dual locking lugs
 
! Dual locking lugs
 
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| 110/20
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| '''110/20'''
 
| 19.2/20/10.7
 
| 19.2/20/10.7
 
| 3.15
 
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| No
 
| No
 
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| 110/25
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| '''110/25'''
 
| 25/24.1/11.5
 
| 25/24.1/11.5
 
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| No
 
| No
 
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| 110/30
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| '''110/30'''
 
| 29.8/27.3/12.5
 
| 29.8/27.3/12.5
 
| 4.75
 
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| Yes
 
| Yes
 
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| 110/35
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| 35/29.5/13
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| Yes
 
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| 39.6/32.5/14.2
 
| 39.6/32.5/14.2
 
| 6.35
 
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| Yes
 
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| '''110/50'''
 
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== History ==
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The 110/50 appears to have been discontinued, or may not be available via public retail channels.
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== Vulnerabilities ==
 
== Vulnerabilities ==
 
The 110 series of padlocks is vulnerable to the following:  
 
The 110 series of padlocks is vulnerable to the following:  
  
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* [[Impressioning]]
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* [[Key bumping]]
 
* [[Lockpicking]]
 
* [[Lockpicking]]
 
* [[Shimming|Padlock shimming]]
 
* [[Shimming|Padlock shimming]]
* [[Key bumping]]
 
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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* [[Lockwood 120 series]]
 
* [[Lockwood 120 series]]
  
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[edit] Lockwood 110 Series

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Lockwood 110 series
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Name Lockwood 110 series
Manufacturer Lockwood
Lock Type Padlock
Lock Design Pin-tumbler


Lockwood's 110 series is a consumer-grade series of small brass-bodied pin-tumbler padlocks. They are marketed for use in low security applications, such as mailboxes and school lockers.

Contents


[edit] Features

110 series padlocks cannot be disassembled non-destructively. The hardened shackle is secured with spring-loaded locking lugs, which are vulnerable to shimming attacks. The 110/20 and 110/25 use only one locking lug, on the open side of the shackle.

The 110/20 and 110/25 contain only standard pins, while the 110/30 and above contain a mix of spool and standard pins. These pins are differ from the spools used in Lockwood's commercial rekeyable range, which are commonly referred to as Lockwood shallow spools.


[edit] Variants

Model Dimensions (mm) Shackle diameter (mm) Shackle opening (mm) Weight (g) Pin count Spools Dual locking lugs
110/20 19.2/20/10.7 3.15 11  ? 3 No No
110/25 25/24.1/11.5 4 15  ? 4 No No
110/30 29.8/27.3/12.5 4.75 19  ? 4 Yes Yes
110/35 35/29.5/13 5.5 21  ?  ?  ? Yes
110/40 39.6/32.5/14.2 6.35 23  ? 5 Yes Yes
110/50  ?  ?  ?  ?  ?  ? Yes


[edit] Vulnerabilities

The 110 series of padlocks is vulnerable to the following:

[edit] See also

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