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(150) Stanley Shrouded 6 Pin Padlock Picked Open


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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 recently obtained one of these locks and that packaging said security PIN. Picking it does feel like it had a spool but only one. Havent took it apart yet as I didnt have a hex key that long but thats my next video.

  2. You can modify a SC4 key blank to work for this lock. The countur of the back of the key just needs to be copyed in a key machine. You can key the lock to the same key as your house if you have Schlage kwy on home locks. Also new locks do come standard with stainless steel serrated or barrel security pins. I am a big fan of these locks as well.

  3. I have a Stanley just like this, I bought in the U.S., only without the shroud. The guts on mine were much different. Counter milling, barrel pins, spool pins, wild biting, the whole nine yards. Very difficult pick, for me at least. Be warned.

  4. a friend of mine came back from brazil with one of these locks.Me and him do alot of traveling, it just so happens that i wasnt with him this time. Now i had put some good time in this lock before opening it. Great video

  5. That's a GREAT idea. I have a new pinning kit that's looking to justify it's purchase! I may even try to modify some spools into those evil "T-Pins" that FarmerFreak used in that Devil Lock. Then that boring old Stanley would be awesome. Externally, it is really well designed & tough. With new guts it'll be super. Thanks for the idea!

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