Shooting locks

This is a discussion on Shooting locks within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Hmmm - certainly a more challenging approach but could be - very interesting!!! If it does work out get a good loada pics - then ...

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    Hmmm - certainly a more challenging approach but could be - very interesting!!! If it does work out get a good loada pics - then OP can maybe use em on the ol' Box!

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    I'm thinking a lock box similar to what he used, but with a 2X4 angled behind the locks with a piece of adhesive velcro attached. Wrap the locks with the other piece of velcro and push them back against the angled board. Should get me the angle I need to do the test.
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    [QUOTE=grnzbra]There's one problem with this test; in the movies, they don't usually shoot the lock straight into the side. QUOTE]

    You should also know, the locks they use in the movies, explode. They aren't real, and they'd never use bullets in a movie, but I guess that really doesn't answer any questions.

    For the record, I'll also join the queue to shoot stuff.
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