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(456) World’s Smallest Lock? Picked! (Thanks MarkGards2!)


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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. That lock is called a lock blocker, it is used to disable lever locks. The little bar sticking out the back of the lock catches a hold on the inside of the lock, so that a key cannot enter in, without that little lock being removed first.
    Hope this helped, look them up on google!

  2. those things goes in to an old lock and in to trailor hitches. i have seen them used for both. use them before you go on holiday if your house had a "mortice key" in the front door.

  3. Thank you Bill, I really wanted a closer look at that. Boy if you could put a nasty bitting and some security pins in that you would have a great chalange there! Very cool. I have a Chinese padlock with a cylinder almost that small but not as deep, tough pick, no where to tension and little room.

  4. I have the same one here from Burg Wächter, better quality than this one but also easily picked. You can just rake it open using a rake only! Hard to believe that you did not think about that approach 🙂 that would not be single pin picking then!

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