|Description||One of two lock share boxes for the LPU. The box contains two challenge locks. The box is used to share a lock with the next person who receives it. The idea is to send the next person a lock that will help them grow or a lock to aspire to.|
|Creator||Freediver72 designed and printed the box in Tempe AZ in Dec 2021.|
|About the CL||The cores are a Russwin and a Corbin keyed KiK cylinders|
*Duality has been altered slightly* The box was returned to Freediver72 in Jan of 2022 and an Alt Pin box was added. the locks were made to be easier. If the picker wishes to try the original pinning they can add them back in. One lock 1 top pins 1 and 3 get moved to 5 and 6 and the 2 alt pins will go in their place.
|Lockpicker||Built by Freediver72 – lock one was picked, lock two was not. |
JoePicks – picked lock one was not able to pick lock two
FresnoViking – unable to pick
Lock returned to Freediver72 for re-pinning
goose7732 – Both locks picked in new configuration
birdie – both picked with 5 pins
|Remarks||Below are some rules that we ask you to follow to keep the project fun, interesting and engaging for others|
1. Must open the package and make first picking attempt on camera, be sure to block out any addresses. Attempt each lock in the initial filming.
2. Post an unlisted, unedited video of the opening and initial attempt. Share this video link with the person that passed the box to you and the group.
If you wish to make an edited public video you may, please do not post public video of gutting the locks.
3. Please update the challenge-lock.com page with your information and thoughts on the challenge box. If you are unable to do so, please let the group know your screen name and city (or closest metropolitan area you are comfortable sharing) so that the page and map can be updated. Also please include in the post the lock that was you received.
4. The lock inside of the challenge box is yours to keep. Please send a suitable lock on to the next person. The idea is that this is a community swap of a lock. The lock should be “interesting” it could be an older collectible lock or something challenging, like a brown belt or higher lock. (ie: An American 1100 would not be considered suitable for this project.)
5. The lock you are sending does not have to be a secret to the person you are sending it to. If you are unsure if the person has the lock you wish to send you can communicate with them what lock you are sending out in the swap.
6. If you do not have a suitable lock to swap or received a lock you already own, you may leave the “swap” lock in the box and send that along to the next person.
Place a sticker, your screenname, name, and/or some other identifying make on the cardboard box that holds the challenge box. If you must cover part of someone else’s mark, please be sure that their mark is still identifiable and do not cover it 100%. Think of it like an old time piece of luggage or a high school year book.
7. Please try to pick the challenge locks and pass the box along within a week or possibly two. The goal is to keep the box moving within the US and after it has made it around the community hopefully it can then move on to another country.
8. We hope you enjoy the pick and the community lock swap. If you wish to also create a similar box of your own that would be fine with us. It does not have to contain two challenge lock like the originals, do it your way. If you wish to use our box designs you may contact Joe Picks (u/OhMyJoe) or u/Freediver72 on LPU Reddit or OhMyJoe#6613 and Freediver72#6989 on Discord.