How to Cut Padlocks with a Rotary Saw, by Fire Engineering

Firefighting Articles from Desert Diamond IndustriesCutting padlocks can be hard, according to Capt. Robert Morris of the New York Fire Department’s Rescue 1, because you have to manhandle your saw into an awkward, horizontal position and then cut both sides of the lock’s shackle. Morris shows you how to do both in this training video by Fire Engineering magazine.

Fire Engineering, “Cutting Padlocks with a Rotary Saw

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