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Every so often we have those 'fortunate finds' as restraint enthusiasts.
I had one recently.
At an antique mall near my office, I spotted a set of Harvard Leg Irons that were 'on sale' by the dealer as the key was 'stuck' in one of the locks.
I noted that the key was a cheap cabinet-lock key and not the original cuff key.
I made my purchase and took the artifact home. Briefly consulting my ragged copy of the "Handcuff Note Book" on the internal configuration of the Harvard, I used Pastor Clyde's 'flat handcuff key' to pick the double-lock on the 'jammed' Iron, which allowed the cabinet lock key, which had gone overbank, to be withdrawn easily.
The irons are remarkably clean and in good working order.
The absurd is the essential concept and the first truth.
- Albert Camus
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Cool find! pictures?
Magic is like Science,
Both are fun if you do it right!
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