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(614) 18-Pin Wilson Cross Lock (Thanks Papa Gleb!)

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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

 

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  1. I stumbled upon these videos by chance earlier today. Eight hours ago I had no interest in, and knew nothing about, lock-picking. Now I have watched more than a dozen of bosnianbills videos and I am seriously considering taking this up as a new hobby! Great vids and great commentary on the action! Also, thank you for the inspiration!

  2. That was an Awesome Video Bill very Nice to see it Gutted. If you can I would love to see more Cruciform Lock Picking Videos. I have a Matlock 3855 and it is a Very Hard Lock to SPP But you can Use a Cruciform Lock Pick and it works ok the lock has 16 Pins in it that are all present. Keep up the great work. N.

  3. Dumb question: is raking, with something like a worm, an easier method of picking? I understand that there are variations of pin combinations but does it work well against things like security pins? I would imagine that it is much faster. What scenarios are more preferable to SPP'ing locks?

  4. Bill, great job on an old lock. Too many miles and not enough baths takes their toll with lock too.
    I would love to play with that one for awhile if you are looking for some where to send it. I have been learning from the locks you sent this summer and are passing them on for others to use.
      Thanks for all the great videos…..
        Steve in NC
    "escapenrv"

  5. From what it looks like, there just isn't enough space at the bottom for pinchambers/driver pins ^^ There I was, waiting for 7 minutes full of SPP action, but no, bosnianbill once again used some kind of alien technology to open that ding in about 2 secoonds. 😀 (Nice one though – thanks for gutting it! 🙂 )

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