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(205) Locks from Australia (Thanks S1deshowmick!!!)

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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. "those Australians know what they are doing" well it is a nation in which the majority of its populace were convicts and if we are to be honest the land was also stolen from the original inhabitants the Aborigines. A lot of thieving going on so good locks would/will be needed.

  2. Makes me a little proud to be Australian – Lockwood is a strong and reputable brand for us and coincidentally, I work for a large company that uses Bi-Lock for security.

  3. Hi Bill, you have a Ross 600 series safe lock. It is a 6 lever lock with the bolt positioned between the levers (3 levers – bolt – 3 levers). The Bilock is the New Generation type with the trigger mechanism. Hope that helps.

  4. i HAVE A CRAPY MASTER M5 , WITH KEYS I HAVE I HAVE PIN PICKED IT (NO GO) 4 PIN AND HAS GOT ME STUFED!I CAN PICK A BILOCK , I CAN PICK MY NOSE , BUT NOT THIS LOCK.IF YOU WANT I WILL SEND IT TO YOU (WITH THE KEYS)

  5. Let me try to machine the tail piece on this one. I'm 99% sure it will work and then I'll have the ONLY ONE IN THE USA! Nobody will know what the heck they're looking at once they glance at the key way. Of course, I don't own anything very valuable, so I'll just lock up somebody ELSE'S stuff and watch the fun.

  6. S1deshowmick is a great guy. He also sent me a Ross 600. When you open it up it is really neat. The levers actually slide up and down like in a wafer lock instead of pivoting off if a post like normal lever locks.

  7. Thanks Mick. I've been studying the bilock and it looks like with slight modification to the tailpiece I can use it in one of the Lockwood padlocks. Do you know if the bilock plug is solid brass? If so, it should work.

  8. Hey!! you got them. Glad they turned up mate.
    Firstly, I did add the spools and the extra pin (6) to the 234S45, well, I knew you were going to be hard to put one over and you proved me right. I'll try a bit harder next time,lol.
    All the other Lockwood's are standard, i promise.
    If you turn the Bilock to the 1 o'clock position you can remove the plug. I chose to mod the lock by removing the 2 little ball bearings instead of drilling the key so i could get them out to you.

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