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(182) Tough Under Fire (Phase V): Master Lock versus 12 Gauge


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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. tried that with breacher rounds in?? uk teams(army) use single shot projectile breachers to blow hinges off, well half the door!

  2. I thought they were 32 Cal maybe that's triple buck. replace the lead shot with Hardened steel ball bearings. good to go

  3. we shot one with a 8mm mauser….. it was not tough under 8mm fire….

    just left the clasp on the gate…..(it was our property that someone else locked)

  4. Bill you are the mother fucking man!!!!! Such good quality entertainment/education is rare in this world!!!! Sincerely thanks

  5. Have you considered trying a breaching round? They are highly frangible and, according to Fiocchi, "the projectile is a composite of powdered metal and epoxy that eliminates ricochet. The round may be used for destruction of door locks, door hinges, padlocks and chains."
    They're rather expensive but, if they work like they claim, you should only need one.

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