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(575) Waterbury Padlock’s SECRET (Thanks Bill Croft!)


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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 have one of these locks, and they were actually manufactured by Reese.  Very interesting how they are put together, by shrinking the cylinder itself into the lock body.

  2. Now that explains a lot … like why i have hard time picking it a second time :_)
    Great picking Bill

  3. Very cool lock Bill. It reminds me of this WB padlock I just got in a trade. The thing is crazy difficult to pick. Not only have I not successfully picked it, I'm not even sure I have set more than 1 pin! It's like no matter how much (or little) tension you use – NOTHING binds in this thing. Kind of makes me wonder if it uses some trick like this lock…

  4. OMG ! Bill, how the hell do you know all this about these thousands of different locks ???? !
    Always a pleasure to watch every one of your videos and learn a volume of information ! Keep up the great work, look forward to your videos like the release of a new movie ;)

  5. Bill likes big locks and he cannot lie
    you other pickers can't deny
    that when the pick slips in and you click into place
    you get a smile on your face and it's fun

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