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(512) Hurd Model 220 Padlock Picked Open


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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. I really like that Lock Bill, i notice you send out some locks to people. i would like if you have an extra one that would be difficult to open that you could send to me, i would either pay for it, or send it back or on to someone else after. thanks BB, love the channel! 

  2. I propose a challenge to Bosnian Bill! So we've all gotten to see Mr. Bill in the lock lab with a vise and perfect weather conditions…. I'd like to see Bosnian Bill pick open some old Schlages that are well weathered on a cold day in January… This is all meant in good fun as a challenge series. I've seen you pick open the mogul lock by Southern steel which I work with daily and still haven't picked in my free time, Multi locks with a series of different security pins, and a slew of other locks. But I'd like to see you pop a few locks when the temp is -20 degrees and the wind chill is      -45 degrees    BTW; i enjoy watching all your videos and learned a wealth of knowledge from you…. I curse you when you use WD40 and think to myself this dude has gotta be the most popular guy picking locks on bikes while in motion (not to mention a BEST) 3 miles atop of a mountain (I would have lost springs, pins and probably my whole lock pick set up there)!!!  Stay cool Bill

  3. WD40 is pretty amazing!  Quite often when a lock just won't open, a little squirt of WD40 and the pins start setting.   Don't tell Jeff, but that's what I did to get one of his big WB's to open and had to do it again tonight with an old Corbin I just bought.  Great Stuff!

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