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(710) Brad’s Angal (Mul-T-Lock Clone)

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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. That is NOT a regular tension wrench BBill! That looks like one of those titanium thingies from Mr. Adrian. Me and my buddies make bets whether or not BBill will get the locks picked or not. I win mostly all the time unless its one of those vids where he concedes out the gate. Still, the suspense never seems to fail. I'd love to see that bad boy dismantled

  2. Hey Bill do them dimple rakes really work? I've never tried picking a dimple lock I'm still new only ab a month or so btw is there a sign up or something to get into the challenge lock rotation?

  3. Nice one Bill.. do you have a vid explaining how to open one of these locks with a cut away or something? kinda hard to tell exactly what you are doing in there or how its working… Great Vid as always 🙂 :)

  4. Nice one Bill.. do you have a vid explaining how to open one of these locks with a cut away or something? kinda hard to tell exactly what you are doing in there or how its working… Great Vid as always 🙂 :)

  5. From what I've seen, any lock that can keep bill out for more than four whole minutes is probably close to impossible to pick for anybody else. Seriously polished skills.

  6. On the MT5+, don't forget about that moving element on the key. I think they call it an "Alpha Spring". I'd imagine that can really foul up a picker's day.
    If someone really wanted to go berzerk on a Mul-T-Lock, could the inner and/or outer pins be turned into spools or serrated pins without compromising functionality?

  7. I bought a similar Eagle from eBay, with the box. I was surprised to see sliders on what looks to be a pretty old lock. Are they common on high security locks of that era?

    Mine says "Patent Pending". This one looks like it says 3,085,433 on it. The US patent with that number is for a "CRYOGENIC LIQUID LEVEL DETECTOR", not a lock. Seems odd. Probably something off in my research though.

  8. Where did you get your pick set for these locks? I have tried a sparrows diamond with the same method you show, but I have only managed to set the outer pins on one of my Interactives.

  9. I don't know what it is, I just love watching you pick locks! I saw a sign in one of your videos that said "warning we don't give a shit about safety around here". Where could I buy one of those? Keep up the good work!

  10. BILL, good job on the quick pick… the lock appears it has a nice size gap between the core and the body of the lock, oddly, it also arrears to be "solid" as you picked it… great Chinese quality and craftsmanship I assume. hah

    If it has that big of a gap. do you believe there would be another way to attack this lock?

  11. brilliant picking! Also nice modifications to the souber picks. I'm currently making a home brew set out of some wickedly perfect dental instrument handles. Stainless handles, octagon shaped so perfect for the paddling motion. Ribbed for grip, and her pleasure. ;). I'll send a pic soon, they really are exceptional material for dimple or quick picks.

  12. Awesome work Bill! I ordered a KIK cylinder on its own and installed it in that cheap body. The spring tension on the padlock added some difficulty. I had picked it once counter clockwise but as you said that won't get the lock open and a spinner won't help. All 5 of the outer pins are serrated. Nasty little thing.

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