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(463) Bypassing MORE of Adrian’s Collectibles


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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. Again he's a couple of years ahead of everyone else! What kind of quadcopter were you printing and did it ever fly?

  2. Great info!  Thank you very much!  ……and to think, I used to feel safe with these inferior products…  Knowledge is power.   Since digging into your (and others like this) I have switched to Abus locks for my bikes, and I regularly use TWO different types of Abus locks when I lock 'em up…I now know that it is MUCH more effective (albeit NOT foolproof).  Thanks again Mr Bosnianbill.    *S'cribed* 

  3. Sweet Bypass kit you have there. I'm working on one but them things are costly.
    I would love to see videos on how to make some bypass pieces.

  4. I know this is a stupid question,did you pick it or bypass it? I have several of these locks (without the hardware)-I have no idea how they work but all respond to a knife type bypass tool wiggled at random in the keyway-why?how? help!

  5. Luiz,  no, I have never seen a Pado or Papaiz lock.  Are they high security locks?  BTW, your Google+ settings do not permit replies directly to your comments.

  6. Thank you for all your videos, Im new to picking (4 months), you and waddac2 are my fav tutors,. thank you and have a great new year.

  7. Hahaha good bypass! This is the older hasp version and they have a newer one (which is also old but not that old) fearuring a pin tumbler lock. Check out my New Year video bill! Oh and Happy New Year to you :)

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