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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

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  1. 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* 

  2. 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!

  3. 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.

  4. 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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