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Old 10-22-04, 02:58 PM   #1
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Comments thoughts on the Moly lock?

I'm in the process of moving (ok well preparing for the one day move) to a much higher crime rate area than where I currently live. I've been following the Bic Pen holder lock threads with great interest. I think I've settled on getting the Kryptonite Chain or an Abu$ chain and lock. Does anyone have any comments on the Moly lock currently on the new York chain?

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Old 10-22-04, 03:14 PM   #2
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I'd prefer the new version of the EV Disc lock personally.
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Old 10-22-04, 10:01 PM   #3
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The molly lock has a long shackle that may be susceptible to bolt cutters. I would look for a padlock with a shrouded shackle that has as little exposed as possible and still work with a chain. I would worry less about pick resistance (but no tubular keys!) since few thieves are going to bother picking a lock. You want brute force protection.

Consider using two locks. One being a chain and padlock. The other a good U-lock like the NY3000. If you use both locks, a thief has to defeat them both which generally requires different tools or extreme measures like an angle grinder.
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