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(336) Lock Lab’s Naughty Bucket


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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. the worst of it is we all may be great at picking locks but all have some we just cant get picked tho the ones I cant get picked I think the pins and springs just may be messed up on and one the pins tilt at the top and no pick will fit in it. but that's just me and its more me making my self feel like its the locks and not me.

  2. Interesting point of view bill…just recently I have started the picking hobby, which I fully enjoy….watching your videos you kind of get the impression that you can pick almost any lock (not saying at all that you aren't highly talented at what you do, cause you are amazing with this skill), it's just surprising at how many locks are nearly impossible for you to even overcome…YET hahahaha, love your videos…really enjoy watching them, even 3 or 4 times over lol….keep em coming man!!!!

  3. Bill, would any of these naughty locks be acceptable swaps for an automobile ignition? That would be such a conversation piece…

  4. Just wanted to say thanks for the vid, I'm having a lot of fun learning to pick but it's made me very aware of how open my house/bike/work/everything is even to someone at my skill level… I now know what locks I should try to get so I can sleep better ;)

  5. Oh. The shackle motorcycle lock I was talking about has that dimple lock core that ABUS in the beginning had. You still want it? 😉
    The ABUS Plus/X-Plus disc detainers, are they that good that all of them are in the bucket? I've got X-plus on both my bicycle and my motorbike now, and it feels pretty secure.

  6. Hi! The Chinese padlock that you showed is actually called a Golden Point Atomic Lock that is very famous in China. It is a high security lock with a sidebar much like the GM sidebar. The Chinese name is actually pronounced "jin duan yuan zi suo". (visit atomlock.com) Also, the next Chinese euro cylinder (MLB) is also a really good lock that stands for "mei li bao" or 美利保.

  7. Rob, Jeez! I've already spent the boy's college fund on THESE locks… I'll talk to the wife and may be able to convince her to let me sell one of the their kidneys or something. I'll get back w/you…;)

  8. No Chubb AVAs? Disc detainer used quite a lot on older fords, the now defunct LDV vehicles a night latch and British military padlocks before they started with D section abloys

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