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(624) Box-O-Challenge from Kenny in Portland

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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. I wish I could DOUBLE thumbs up this one! I was SO impressed that Kenny almost had my mentor stumped! Great job Kenny and thanks again Bill! I know this video was shot years ago, but it's new to me and I'm new to lockpicking, so it's all very exciting! God Bless from the US Army! Hooah!

  2. 2:30
    Hmmm, i just got a nice Abus 83AL/45, snowman cylinder, seven pin, curious one
    May be the first normal pin lock i have taken apart, and whoo was it a pain to reassemble with its loose turning piece at the end

  3. I randomly came across this channel and its amazing to see the skill involved in lockpicking and the detail that goes into making these locks. But I have a question, what is the point in learning to lockpick? Is it just for the challenge and its a hobby or is their a real world application, I thought most locksmiths just drill out locks and replace them?

    This is probably a stupid question I am just curious?

  4. Bill, thanks for yet another great video!  The acrylic training aid is yours to keep or pass on as you see fit.  More laser cut stuff is in the works.  This American lock took me 12 minutes to pick after I pinned it up.  I bow to your skills for opening it in 4.  The steel pins came stock in a few 6-pin cylinders I ordered recently.  You are right that the A1100 comes with a 5-pin cylinder (drilled for 6) so it is trivial to swap out.  Surprisingly, this package of A1100s did not ship with security wafers.  The sharp spool was borrowed from the Abus.  And I thought this would be the easy one of the bunch.  Check the Abloy bag for a special opening tool.

  5. Damn Bro, you amaze me everytime I watch one of your videos . . . . . . . .and its about time you did a few in a row, I thought you went on hiatus and forgot about us 🙁 anyway, awesome picking "BROTHER" keep up the good work.

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