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(716) Toledo T070 “Pseudo” Padlock

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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. well, not EVERY way..at least it was shielded. i would have liked to see you try to break the shielding wafer and also bump it too, that way it really woulda been every conventional way, anyway..unless im forgetting something.

  2. just subbed ! can this be easily cut with a nice set of bolt cutters ? or is your art picking the lock ? i saw you use a torch ! im just curious !

  3. Hello +bosnianbill ive been meaning to ask you if i could buy a lock from you and have it shipped to lebanon, im looking for a particular lock that i cant find where i live because its a shithole of a 3rd world country, you think it can be done ? Cheers mate and great videos

  4. Hello +bosnianbill ive been meaning to ask you if i could buy a lock from you and have it shipped to lebanon, im looking for a particular lock that i cant find where i live because its a shithole of a 3rd world country, you think it can be done ? Cheers mate and great videos

  5. Try a spoon and see if it will open it…It's been done on other cheap locks and is fun to see. "You say you don't have the key? No…But I have a spoon.

    Great vids!

  6. seems to give as much locking resistance as a safety pin (but it was a good laugh until you told me the price, then I felt a bit sad for you)

  7. Bill I just found your channel and you seem to know your stuff. I gather that combination locks are not your thing, however I figure it can’t hurt to ask. I prefer a combination type lock for the gym because I don’t like having a key on me during workouts, sauna, or showers. Is there a more secure combination lock you could suggest??

  8. That's a pretty big lock. Picks and tension wrench fit easily. But how to pick tiny locks? I just got a few little ones and it's really hard to pick them because my tools don't fit. How would you do it?

  9. Why is the downside of the bogota curved? I have broken a few peterson purple bogotas. Is it because more picks could be fitted into the same metal sheet or does the downside vallies make the pick better in some way?

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