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(996) Madhouse’s Iseo Dimple 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

 

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  1. IF you want to LYAO, on the YouTube scrn go to settings > speed & Change to .5 then watch the training portion (skip intro) of this video. I know it’s juvenile but it’s freaking funny.

  2. 2nd (day) Very intrigued it appears that this lock could have been much more difficult if a few other control pins were active ( double shear lines). Thanks as usual i’M LOOKING FWD TO 1K.

  3. Hey fellow subscribers. I was wondering if anybody else has used the “WD-40 ‘Specialist’ PTFE” aka Teflon spray? Compared to the regular, it appears to me that it is great stuff. I’m not comparing it to Houdini to say its better, I’m just looking for an opinion. It sprays like any other can, doesn’t leave a white residue like others, and the fumes are tolerable compared to the regular. I haven’t access to a crummy old gummed up lock to compare its cleaning capability, but makes the semi old stuff to work like brand new. It cost me less than Amazon in the store. Thoughts?

  4. Bill making it look easy again… pretty sure I'd sit a couple hours in front of that. And with hours I mean weeks 🙂
    By the way Bill did you ever pick a GTV (german manufacturer) lock? Those have disgustingly meandering keyways often with a very narrow turn right at the pins in addition to pretty tight tolerances, sounds right up your alley.

    Do you know what this "Houdini" stuff is? Yes, it's lock lube, but is it based on grease/fully synthetic? Couldn't find good info on that. (I mainly use ballistol weapon oil for my stuff)

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