Sheriff's Safe with Combination Lock
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The notorious outlaw Billy the Brick has robbed Stud City and gotten away with sheriff Wild Brick Hiccup's safe. Now, he might be the fastest gunslinger in the West, but not the brightest brick. Will he be able to crack the combination lock? Will you?
Working Lock Mechanism
It all started while watching a spaghetti western and wondering how a safe combination lock actually works. That sparked the idea of building one out of LEGO. Now, after endless hours of prototyping, refining and perfecting, I'm confident the result will make any aspiring brick robber reconsider their career path.
It's compact and simple. It's reliable and smooth to operate. And of course it's all made out of LEGO - no custom parts, no cheating.
It has 30 possible combinations and the secret code can easily be reconfigured to your own, personal code.
The safe comes pre-stocked with everything a safe owner needs. Including - but not limited to - gold, dynamite, a revolver, an old cheese and half a sausage. These general goods are fixed on studs so they don't fall off or move when handling the safe. However, they can easily be removed in case you need room for your own valuables.
548 parts (safe 445, accessories 103).
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What if I forget the secret code?
A: Don't worry. The sheriff wrote down the code on a note that can be found in the book.
Q: But what if I changed the secret code?
A: Don't worry. The safe is made of plastic after all, so it won't stop an ol' gunslinger with a brick separator like yourself.
Hope you enjoy. Thanks for your support.
"You see, in this world, there’s two kinds of people, my friend: Those with loaded guns, and those who dig. You dig."