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(526) New Arrivals in the Lock Lab


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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. Hi bill just warning you when you get you package from me theres going to be locks that you can pick and one or two Bi-locks. You will probably pick the other locks but you will have to spend more days on the other Bi-lock.


  2. Nice bits of kit Bill. I turned some old Klom picks into keyring picks with heat shrink on and they look great, just snapped the rubber handles off leaving about two inch of metal to hold then you have the pick ends extending….. BUT… They are not on a keyring yet as I could not drill through them LOL!!!!

  3. Glad to see you got back on track Bill-I see my advice on family relationships worked out for you-as soon as my restraining order runs out I'm going to leave my tent and carry on where I left off.

  4. what type of material do you use to make your picks? looking to start making my own picks and was trying to get some intel before purchasing.

  5. Nice picks and that lock should be fun.  If you ever get it picked, I'd like to give it a go sometime. 🙂

    I have a set of Raimundo's SERE picks in titanium that I do carry with me every day.  Bogota and a diamond with a hookish thing on the end, and either can also be used for tensioning. They stack and I used a spring from a ball point pen to keep them together.

    Not so sure I'd care for the new style ones and the need to have a separate tension tool as an EDC type setup, but they are still cool none the less!

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