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(873) JellyHeard’s Football Lock


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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 been fighting with some Chinese 5 spool + 1 True Guard lock. What that other pin is, I have no clue. Sidebar? I can feel spring tension along long and along the side of the keyway, It’s something behind the 5 spools. I can see the brass plugs for the spool pins then a 6th plug that is offset. The lock will shim open with butterfly shims, and I can bypass it with hard wire, but no luck single pin picking it. I get a good false set, then a deeper false set, and then that thing in back jams up and won’t move anymore.

  2. why do manufacturers produce these locks knowing they suck? I admit that you make it look easy Bill but surely there is some kind of grading system in place so that an independent company can grade them based on how hard they are to break/pick etc? Excuse my ignorance if there is already some system in place, I'm new here and just finding my feet lol

  3. Looks like another copy of Cisa 285 (Viro also makes similar ones) padlock COPY. I have one and it is really tough lock, only thing I do not like is that it is only 5 pin lock. They are selling one with better security, but I didn't want to give over 100$ more only for a better lock cylinder.

  4. Yes, they are made in China. I bought one here in Asia, and I can confirm. Thanks for this. Now I know how safe my purchase was.

  5. wouldn't know where to start with that one haha, a little off subject, but how do you make the intros to your videos? they look great.

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