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(1141) PickMe1977’s “Feedback Frenzy”


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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 just now realized that it is Bosnian Bill. I though it was Bonsai (tiny tree) Bill. I was looking at that pick case like "what an idiot". I am going to crawl in a hole now…

  2. Im not sure how I got onto this channel but I got slightly addicted. After a while I bought a pick set and a few locks to practice with. Most are scarily easy, others are more involved. My housemate has "borrowed" my picks and locks and is equally oddly addicted to it. Having done a few myself, I can relate to the skill involved. Cheers Bill for a new hobby!

  3. As for the grooves on the core allows for a bit extra deflection of angle on the pins to deepen a perceived fault set. If the core was flush with the body isnt much room for the pin to bend over where as if its cut away from the body a bit it allows the pin to lopside over more.

  4. #3 key pin looked to be pin in pin as well, you have the top serration, then there looks to be a small gap from where the pin is narrowed to slide into the next part.

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