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(1128) Wenger’s Corbin Padlock


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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. Was wondering if it would be possible to pick this lock with a small diamond or other low profile pick from on top of the warding you pointed out?

  2. The video was too short, it didnt fulfill my locklab jones. Keep up the great work bill!

  3. Bill I love the videos and I hope that sometime I can win one of the giveaways. I just got into lock picking and am waiting for a $6 kit to come in the mail

    1. Same! I went with sparrows beginner kit.
      I cant wait to unlock all of these padlocks!
      I’m going nowhere until then…..

  4. why is the keyway not way more paracentric? As in the center stub being twice or thrice the length it is in this lock? I don´t see it adding a manufacuring problem, so whats the catch?

  5. Hi Bill are you now or ever going to sell those .013 picks you had made or is that just to tantalize us as we watch? Hmm? Good show like always.

  6. Bill, thanks for the vids that stress the use of the thinner picks. Since watching them I know that my .015 picks are getting much more use than they were before. Really come in handy on the two Americans I recently bought. Thanks again for the advice regarding which models would serve me for serrated pins. Like you said , they aren't that hard once you understand them.

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