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td74
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Security Screws

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Anyone see or have experience with the new Male Chastity Now security screw system. This looks like a big improvement over the Mature Metal system. Mature Metal's key's grip on the screw head loosens over time, and unscrewing the security screw can become an issue. The MCN screws are the same size and thread as MM's, so they should be interchangeable and the built in lock washer system should allow a firm grip without a lot of torque being applied: http://malechastitynow.com/mcn-lock-system/
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my Mistress is allergic to nickel so I would be interested in knowing if there is any in the hex bit or the split ring of the security key. $80.00 seems a bit steep for the key and, if you are going to maintain an emergency key, you would need two. The screws are $5.00 each so the initial investment would be $165.00. The cost goes up to $185.00 if you opted for their emergency key option or bring the cost down to $145.00 by using the hex drive version for the emergency key.
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Wouldn't anyone then be able to go buy a hex driver to get that screw out?

The point of MMs keys is that you can't just go buy something to get the screw out. The screw heads and keys are custom made for MM.
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Lady M wrote: Sun Sep 13, 2020 10:17 am Wouldn't anyone then be able to go buy a hex driver to get that screw out?

The point of MMs keys is that you can't just go buy something to get the screw out. The screw heads and keys are custom made for MM.
Looking at the second picture for the Hex Bit the lobes are uneven/unique, not a standard pattern, so only their key would fit. From the MCN write up:

The pattern inside the head of this screw offers the highest degree of security of any screw anywhere in the world. Its socket is asymmetrical and its lobes uneven, due to the different shapes in the keyway.
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The hex bits (not drivers) for these screws are not off the shelf items if the pictures and description is accurate. He states that the hex drivers are easy to find. That means the tool that the bit goes in for torquing. If one buys the MCN key, which looks like the MM key, a driver is not needed.It also states that the bits are made from carbon (tool ?) steel. The MM screws are fine, but, as stated in a previous post,the key over time becomes loose making removal tricky. I agree wit a previous post that the price seems high, but to some it may be worth it.
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Add your own hardware..

https://www.brycefastener.com/
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td74 wrote: Sat Sep 12, 2020 7:55 am Mature Metal's key's grip on the screw head loosens over time, and unscrewing the security screw can become an issue.
Just had a thought... Maybe this means you are taking that cage off entirely too much if you are wearing it the screw head or key? Lol

We've been using MM for 7 years and have only had an extra set of screws (due to loss of a screw) but isn't buying a new set of screws for a few bucks from MM a lot cheaper than all these new locks and systems and stuff.
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I sent one of my cages back for modification, so I'll have these added at this time. Thanks for posting!
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