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(997) Brinks Stainless 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. I haven’t been impressed with Brinks. Even when they use security pins I have found them rather easy to get into. I’m by no means anything more than an intermediate picker, but they tend to be a let down. The locks with serrated pins were a better challenge, but should have been much harder for my skill level.

    I think this is more about branding, or licensing the name. You think BRINKS and you have images of armored cars and bank vaults. They do make some good stuff but they have also attached their name to crap like this lock, it’s a shame.

  2. With your first run at this lock I thought we were in for something New and Exciting, it just goes to show I need to keep an open mind, not get discouraged and keep at it.
    Thanks for the instruction as always, great video.

  3. Why do you think the Brinks lock gave you a little trouble? The insides appeared to be so simple.

  4. Just wanted to say your the reason I started picking locks. I showed my 10 year old daughter how to pick a lock and tonight she was able to pick a master lock 5 times in a row and wants to learn more

    Thank you for the work you do

  5. Hay Bosnian Bill. spp'd brinks nicely done my friend were did you get the pinning tray are you makeing and selling them .?????????😎😎😎😎😎

  6. padlock manufacturers are lying to us about high security just like brinks and master lock the best locks are abus iseo stanley abloy or assa abloy medeco best

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