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(1095) Whipped by Alex’s Custom Primus


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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’m officially hooked on lockpicking. How have I solves puzzles for so long, and never discovered this before!

  2. If it makes you feel any better, I was whipped by a 4 pin Masters on a contractor's job box for some weeks. I finally managed to get it by mangling a screwdriver to the length I needed to reach into the core. In said box, there were a lot of tools and a part for my service truck; I might add that I'd given up to the point that I had our welder repair the broken part.

  3. if Alex wants someone to open this lock, send it my way and I'll give it hell. This is a very nice lock, I may have to do something to a primus myself.

  4. needlepoint might be a good pasttime.. you're starting to mis-identify pin orders too. Kept calling Pin #4 Pin #3. But don't you dare give up on us. I love watching these videos. The only reason for you not being able to pick it = There was no cat hair.

  5. Aren't sliders iirc normally springless so they dont self align in one direction but just randomly flop around?

  6. I guess, that counter milling "out of alignment" is on purpose. The serrations work with that tiny edge of the counter milling. Thats why they are on the "wrong side". Great idea and execution.

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