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(527) Forte S-60 Peruvian 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. my guess is the 5++ would mean 5 standard pins with 2 security pins OR it's just to say 5 pins ++ an extra 2 pins.. hence the 7 pin core.  kinda pointless though if it can be shimmed that easily… i'd rather have a lock that had to be removed with a brick of C4 than ever have these kinds of design defects.

  2. I dont understand, why even bother putting 7 pins in and this anti pick spring tension when you just use cheapo regular pins?? I know its a cost saving measure but SURELY a security pin might cost less then even a penny? Two cents max? They must manufacture those pins by the millions…why not put one or two in your lock? I dont understand how that could be an efficient cost saving measure.. is there something about using security pins that is somehow more expensive that I'm missing?

  3. A tin of Plastidip™ is great for making handles like on your shims, 3-4 coats makes quite a grippy thick handle on most things.

  4. Nicely done Bill, great video as always buddy. My Aunty is originally from Lima, Peru but has lived in the UK many years now. 

  5. Oh, the innuendo! Thanks again for another lock I never would have seen myself and the box of frustration! ???? Video soon…

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