1/2 Inch Security Maxx chain bolt cutter cut test

1/2 Inch Security Maxx chain bolt cutter cut test.
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Comments

Rammell Transfiguracion says:

i need a bike chain…..

GraphicMan Innovations says:

u r such a crazy man! I love your videos!!

iamthenra1968 says:

Should test Laclede Lockdown chain and lock, would be very interested in that!!! http://lacledechain.com/product/lockdown-chain/

Pistol Pete says:

Great chain more than capable of coping with bolt cutters and for what i need it for . Grinders at 3am in moring im waking up and god forbid i catch them in my shed . Basebal bat and teeth spring to mind

d Eddie says:

dude I appreciate all your efforts but,, Lithium-ion batteries side Grinders and wet heavy blankets have changed everything ,,,you can zip right through one of them and relative quiet easy as pie

Suburban Preparedness says:

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Griz Bear says:

Where can I get a 6′ section of this chain?

Moises padilha says:

bolt cutter of titanium

John Elkins says:

try testing the tulsa 3/8ths security chain with 1 of your bolt cutters. a buddy of mine and me both tried cuttin 1… we had a pittsburgh bolt cutter. we put a 2 ft cheaters pipe on the end… i pushed down on the middle and he jumped up and down on the back. we got maybe a millimeter- or perhaps closer to a 1/2 millimeter and that was all we could get and that was using a 36 inch bolt cutter. we bent the handles. i would love to see if a pair of 42 inch cutters would do

max factor says:

wow… what a chain

foxy knoxy says:

The best locks to buy are in the pound shop you need tnt to blow them well worth the money.

James Hastings says:

Grinders are the last thing a thief wants to use. NOISE=ATTENTION=POLICE=CAUGHT

Tom Allen says:

grinder.

RFI-Crypto Lab says:

A cheap carbide rod saw can defeat that chain I’d say in under 5 minutes.
I had to remove a tank of a lock, some beastly medeco with a 7/16 alloy shackle. 36″ HK Porters barely touched it, but the trusty carbide rod saw defeated it fairly easily.

TAI says:

Angle grinder with a cut off wheel.

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