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(519) Zone 6-Pinner Picked & Gutted (Thanks MarkGard2!)


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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. Okay, Bill. So, I've found a challenge for you. Got myself a 40 millimeter padlock with a 3(I believe it's 3)-pin core. Want to take a look?

  2. Hey Bill, I've been locked out of my original account for some reason, but been keeping my eye out for your vids. Excellent stuff……

  3. Hi Bill, newbie lockpicker here! 😀 Strange as it may sound, I'm interested in knowing the model of your bench vise, I'd like to buy one! Thanks in advance and keep on the good job on this awesome channel! :D

  4. omg thanks dude! i picked my first lock today right after i got my first lock pick set. it was amazing! but i think i did something wrong because it turned more then its subpost when you have a key…. its fixed now but is there any way to avoid that?

  5. My hero 🙂  Great job on all these videos.  Recently, I took the certification course in VA so that I can be legal in this state.  With two working locksmiths in the course neither could pick a single lock.

  6. Hey Bill, can you take one of those junk discus like Chateau locks that are made in china and take it apart?  have the C970 model and I am curious if it actually has mushrooms in it.

  7. You remark that this and that person sends you evil locks or some supposed challenge, but I can never locate any mailing address to send you anything?
    Is this something a common locksmith would be privy to… or is it just for an elite few?? In any case, your videos are very good quality and very informative.

  8. Wow that was a filthy lock, but nice innards. Without threading or milling the pin chambers in the plug, seratting or spooling the key pins will have no effect on the lock or its difficulty whatsoever. Making a key pin into an upside down T-pin would be effective though. 

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