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(1052) M&C Condor (Thanks SafeTechnician!)


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My vises are made by Panavise, a U.S. Company.  The one with the wide jaws is the model 350.  The smaller one is the model 301. Both have the 312 Base mount – www.panavise.com



  1. catherine pareiill-mosiniak 11 mars 2011 Une belle série- Je crois que pour nous européen cela doit être un moment très fort que d’assister à la cérémonie du thé.Merci pour le partage .

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  2. M&C is actually Dutch, and they do a lot of their manufacturing in Germany. I don't know why they put that on their locks; perhaps they are licensing Swiss technology?

    Perhaps someone will send you an Ankerslot cylinder one of these days…

  3. "Doesn't count if it leaves the frame" – Then proceeds to cover the entire lock with hand to show the pin he knocked out

  4. Are there much of these "rules" the picker has to follow? Seemed that after Bill picked the lock and turned the core it wouldn't matter if the lock leaves the screen for a second….

  5. That's a pretty cool lock, even though it only has 5 pins. I tend to use really light tension and end up over setting pins, so a lock like this would be my nemesis…

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