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The Lock Blog

Welcome to The Lock BlogWe here at Bright Lock and Key decided to add a section about all the new and interesting locks that are coming out.  Partly because we want to show you all the expensive locks that you should buy from us, but mostly because we like different, and we thought that you might as well.  

Every couple of weeks I am going to post a new and interesting lock. It will include a pic and description of what it is and what makes it the most awesome thing you've seen since green mustard.  If you happen to run across a fun and interesting lock on your internet adventures then send us an email about it. There is an email form on our contact page.

So check back about 20 times a day, not because my number of internet hits puts me higher on the google charts, but because you never know when i might just post the next lock you can't live without. 

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The wooden combination lock

This is nice little wooden combination lock for you to check out. I always have people asking me how a safe lock works. This video will give you a real good idea how everything looks and works inside. This is not really anything that you can buy, but I don't think you would want a wood lock anyway. Well maybe if you were Amish you might. But this is just how your metal combo lock works, in case you were wondering.

Come to think of it, if you are Amish and you are watching this then shame on you!! Computers are evil devil machines. What are you thinking Isaac? Go back to churning butter and raising barns.  Ok now that I have cleared out all the non-heathens, you can now go ahead a watch the video.   

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