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Security mods

Post by Freaky_Dude » Wed Jul 17, 2019 10:38 pm

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After being caged in my modified MCN Amicus for most of a year and a half, I’ve found I have shrunk while soft and need it shortened to keep me safely packed away.

I’m currently planning on closing the gap between the two cage rings to shorten it. Anybody had experience with getting a cage modified smaller like this?

Also, do you know if anybody has tried supergluing or epoxying in a slightly tighter diameter rubber ring to the inside of a metal cage to make it more difficult to pull out when slightly soft?
I had been experimenting, and it occurred to me that add rubber rings, such as those Mature Metal sends in their measurement kit, would provide even more security by preventing slipping out when soft.

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Re: Security mods

Post by slave d » Wed Jul 17, 2019 11:04 pm

i have tried bending a cage closer to the main ring with varied results. With the cheap knockoffs i’ve had good success as the steel is softer and more pliable, with the custom units however i had a disaster and broke the weld so ruining the whole thing. Sending it back from NZ would have been too expensive so it joined the junk pile in my bottom drawer. i would suggest if you want that done you send it back and have it done correctly.

If you do that you could have them insert another ring inside that to overcome the other issue as well perhaps ? i have often wondered if a smaller ring hinged to the top so it would rotate and effectively tighten when you tried to pull out would work ?

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Re: Security mods

Post by Naljeans » Wed Jul 17, 2019 11:30 pm

Mark charges $60 to modify - probably a sound investment rather than jeopardizing the whole device. Also I’m perplexed as to how that cage works unless there’s an optical illusion.
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Re: Security mods

Post by Freaky_Dude » Wed Jul 17, 2019 11:37 pm

Naljeans -
The basering isn’t in the picture. That’s why it looks odd.
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Re: Security mods

Post by Naljeans » Thu Jul 18, 2019 8:00 am

Oh duhhh, easily my dumbest post yet. Haha. Re the rubber rings, you may get some skin irritation with long term wear. I imagine Mark could weld a smaller internal ring. That’s a modification I’ve contemplated as well, especially as my base ring became too big. Smaller ring addressed any concern of coming out of the back. Everybody is different though.
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