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(1096) Review: New Stuff (6 Giveaways!)

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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

 

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  1. Wow ! That HPC jackknife looks like crap, I’m surprised and embarrassed HPC would put out such sh_t !!

    PS: there are alotta items out there with hidden cuff keys (shoe strings, parastring wristbands, tips of inkpens etc . . …..)

  2. Thanks for the review, good or bad, is a worthwhile review. Good reviews tell me want to look for, bad reviews tell me what to avois.

  3. Have a great and save trip. Hope you can take your notebook etc back home 😜.
    Hope you will enjoy the wedding party.

  4. Can anyone tell me how to enter sat giveaway I have purple button Mon we’d Fri entry buttons no sat keep up good work bill.

  5. Hey Bill, I think the 45 degrees refers to that the spinner should be used with the lock core no more than 45 degrees either side of vertical for it to work successfully.

  6. The overhand hold instruction on jackknife may have been from a lefty. I'm lefthanded ( but pick RH) and my first instinct was to hold a pick that way. It didn't take long to figure out that wasn't gonna work.
    E: for clarity.

  7. Interesting selection of things…
    There are some pretty sketchy jack knife lock pick sets around, that one wins the award for most crappy.
    I would like to see someone who has been handcuffed attempt to use either of those hidden keys…that seems like a very silly thing to have.

  8. Weird stuff this time! I've always wondered about that plastic spinner. It looks like I'd break it after a week of use. I'm glad I went with the Flip-It style plug-spinner. Also that HPC jack knife looks abysmal. I wonder who are actually using it as a tool. It seems like its something one would buy on a whim and then it sits in their tool set never to be used. Those zipper things have a decidedly "prepper" vibe to them.

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