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(576) BIG Box-O-Locks from Flywheel!


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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. Bill, couldn't for the life of me pick an American Series 30. Finally drilled out the rivet to find (not surprisingly) serrated and spool pins. The spools look like they could have serrations on them! Have you seen these types of pins? Appreciate your thoughts on this.

  2. Nice Locks and super picking, of an unusual ABUS.
    But Bill you have to be carefull that the cabinet won't tip over when you lock it, with this big shiny lock. (;

  3. +bosnianbill Before I say anything I want to tell you that I love the content of your videos. In a way you are sort of hypnotic and relaxing. Like the Bob Ross of lock picking. That being said there is one thing I find annoying. All of your videos that I have seen have an extremely long title introduction before it gets to the content the viewer is interested in. In this video the intro is 30 seconds long, this means that 10.38 percent of this video is introduction. This isn't such a big deal if the viewer just watches one episode but if they decide to view multiple back to back it is much more apparent. This happens regardless of how fancy the into is.
    I have seen much worse examples both on youtube and television. The youtube example had a 40 second intro (the same every time) and 2 minutes of content (33% intro). The television show that I am thinking of was called Auto Man, after it's regular intro it also had a 3 min segment that introduced the back story and had a few cheesy jokes that were funny the first time. As good as some of its other ideas were, it only lasted one season.
    A good rule of thumb that I have always seen is to keep the intro as short as 5 to 7 seconds for videos under 10 minutes long. For a video 30 – 45 minutes long 15 to 30 seconds seems fine. This will keep the percentage around 1 to 2 percent of the entire video.  If your making video that is an hour or more in length I don't really care.
    Of coarse this really only applies to title introductions that contain no other information. If the intro contains information that pertains to the content about to be viewed then longer times are fine.
    Just trying to be a help.
    Does anyone else want to through in their two cents? By all means…

  4. I recently did a trade with Flywheel as well – great guy to deal with. I think that Craftsman was actually one of the locks I sent him! Not a bad lock, but it is sort of odd to pick since there is no spring tension on the core.

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