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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. Can’t miss a single video. I have so much fun picking at home. I can’t afford nice picks, wrenches, or bypass keys so I’ve made a few my own with what I can. I admit I’m beginning to become a bit of a sore loser with the giveaways, lol. Almost 1000 vids watched, 4 entries a week, dang. Oh well, it’s not like I’m going to stop watching or picking.

  2. Wish I would have had that when my laptop got heisted. You couldn’t be quiet breaking into that box.

  3. Ace “STYLE” or flat out ACE locks have been THE choice for electronics & electrical switch locks for at least 40 years. I need to mail you that weird M shaped keyway switch. Those USUALLY have 4 pins, but the only one I can find with a key that matches the lock only has 3 pins. They totally omitted one pin, as not even a hole for it. Very unusual. You will need to mini 7 pin barrel lock pick, and they out there, but you are looking at an Amazon POS lock pick. South Ord may make one by now, but, I have not looked lately. Peterson is supposed to have their big fancy pick available (again) in early 2017. That is merely a 19″ rack mount electronics case with a locking front panel on it. I just changed my mailbox lock to an Abloy Assa. I may look for some of the mini barrel locks. I hate to say this but some cheap Chinese tool boxes are showing up with weird little tubular locks on them, now. Yes, I am stupid enough to lock one pair of keys inside the box, and lose the other pair.

    1. A gun on a college campus? Maybe after Trump gets in office, but until then, plan on getting expelled. Check your state laws for “Castle Doctrine” and how your state has worded their castle doctrine laws, then cross check the Castle Doctrine against the existing laws. If your would be thief merely has a screwdriver, and some pliers, you can use force, to stop him but, in some cases, not deadly force. You can wind up in more legal hot water than the thief. That’s the way life is. I know, it’s not fair, but if you want fair, go to the fair grounds and wait. It only comes to town once a year, and it has nothing to do with life being fair, so I’d recommend taking a good comprehensive concealed carry class, that is at least 8 hours long.

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