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(691) Jacob’s “Evil #1” Picked & Gutted

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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. hey fellas,I stumbled upon a lock picking channel and it locks very intresting to me. can someone point me in the right direction for newbs?

  2. I love your videos and finally decided to give this a whirl. Then I find out that here in Ohio, possession of "burglary tools" such as lockpicks alone is prima facie evidence of criminal intent. Getting a locksmith license requires a vendors license, finger prints and all sorts of other nonsense. sigh

  3. I got a set of those goso as a starter set hard to beat for 15 bucks even if half are junk. only thing i did was shave the handles from the excess plastic when they were injection molded.

  4. Hey, I am just about to get into lock picking and was wondering if you could pm me and give me some tips to help. If you can't then that's fine thanks. :)

  5. Dear Bosnian Bill the screw you mention in video 410, the so called "security screw" is called a Torx screw and is probably the most common screw in Denmark and Sweden, Just to let you know

  6. with all of the experience you have and as many types of locks as you have handled you have to be one of the best lock pickers on the planet.  your skill is admirable.

  7. Hi I'm just starting in lock picking I already have some standard southhord picks but I'm trying to buy my first lock. Somebody please tell me a lock that is easy to pick with just standard pins thank you

  8. Bill, I am sure you can't talk openly about what government agency you work for, but I would like to find out which agency you work for that affords you the job of picking locks and such…I'm a locksmith myself and would like to broaden my career by working for the Feds. If you wouldn't mind contacting me to maybe tell me how to apply and what to apply for I would appreciate it greatly! I can be reached through my google+ page or by joeyfortney10@gmail.com. Thanks in advance! God bless!

  9. I just wanted to forward Jacob a question.  I noticed in your video that you haven't talked much about the core's groove cuts.  How difficult would you say in replicating those grooves into something like a Ruko (even if it is a "low security" lock), or other comparable branded lock?

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