Who's the smart guy here?
I know this picure. Opening any lock will remove the block.
>Nothing to do with being smart
>If you're not retarded
No, the horizontal bar is solid at the end. Therefore, the metal plates 3456 go though will not slide horizontally, only up and down vertically.
The answer is 1
4 and 5 can be used the same way.
>turn around the main attachment so the stripe they lock can be moved out upwards.
>after removing the strip, turn round again.
>pull out the bar that holds both stripes.
>pull out main bar
The answer is 1.
Remove 1.. slide pin.. then the main shaft will fall and everything opens up.
Any of them. This is used when multiple agencies have or need access. Instead of sharing the same damn key they use different locks and all have different keys. That way every agency can come and unlock it without having to get a key from someone else.
None of them. Everything includes all the other locks. And obviously that many locks means each one is a different key. So you remove one, disengage the mechanism, and swing the yellow bar, assuming it doesn't just pull straight out from the side. But that doesn't open everything. tdlr: keys open everything, and for the master key, use a hammer or saw
Ok, OPEN any of the locks and the entire assembly can be removed. You happy now dumbfuck?