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(694) Papa Gleb’s Challenge Lock #2


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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. Hi Bill at one point you posted I believe an email address or a website address for I think Dan Morris the guy who makes some lockpicks is there any way you can get that to me or repost it I can't find the video that you actually posted on and I'm interested in making or having him make a few pics for me.

  2. I've been wondering a bit… I know there are pin-locks or whatever and dimple-locks but what are the ones with like a bunch of disks in a row that you stick the key in and it moves them to different positions from cuts on the key when you turn it? I have two that I use at home, one really cheap 25kr (2.95$) and one like 90kr (10.62$) and it would be nice if at least they're hard to pick or not… Thx :D

  3. with so many people sending you locks do you even need to keep spending money on locks anymore?  i have been very impressed with the generosity and variety of locks you receive from friends and viewers.

  4. After deciding a couple months ago to get into lockpicking as a hobby (after watching your videos) I just went and bought a brand new Master no. 3. My first challenge to myself, open it with home made tools. So far I have made a bobby pin into a tension bar. Wish me luck.

  5. No cute girl at the end? You've let us down, Bill!

    Where can I find your e-mail? I'm building up a Master #3 with a very special feature, something nobody has done before to my knowledge. I would like to get your thoughts on the design when it's finished! 


  6. Bill, you've got the fingers of a surgeon, and the hands of an elephant in a phone booth. Excellent picking as always. Always look forward to the videos.

  7. Well picked, again, Bill. I might get there one day! More nasty looking pins and threading but you still appear to ease through it with no problems. I would like to have a crack at a lock like that to see how it feels whilst picking it, or trying to in my case! 

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