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(988) Review: HPC 35-pc Color Coded Picks


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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. Why dont you release your personal lockpicking sets on the market? Something combined for pin tumbler and dimples.

  2. it’s nice to see how you get so surprised when you get a lock open when you think that you will have problems. i’ve only been doing this for a short time and always love the surprise when i open one i’m having problems with.

  3. I thought I left a comment here but it went to another video. IDK LOL. Anyways, I’m new here and love seeing all the locks, I am just learning.

  4. The large pinning mat has another “feature” you didn’t talk about. The upper right hand corner has a spot for a standard 3″X3″ post-it note pad. This is very handy while master keying, when making notes. Another terrific write up Bill, thanks.

  5. I'm already a Patreon Bill! Now I have to choose a new New Years Resolution. lol
    Great giveaway too Bill!
    Someone is going to be very happy to win!

  6. Sir… first off, thank you for the video review and chance to win. Very nice!

    Second… and I mean absolutely NO disrespect. This video has a really nice intro, simple, quick, and drives the point of the channel very well. I do enjoy the other intros, for the most part, due to the obvious passion that goes into them. Some can feel a little much or somewhat… what am I looking for… kind of big(?). At the very least, most of the intros tend to be on the loud side, something that seems quite common in almost all YouTube videos. Extreme volume on the intros makes for some really odd moments in the wee hours of the morning when you need a lock pick video fix before drifting off to sleep.

    Anyway… just my thoughts, which are worth exactly what you paid for them… nothing 🙂

    Have a blessed day :)

  7. That pick kit looks nice; I like the color coding. But I'd personally rather have something small and mighty, like one of Mad Bob's Ghost sets, or maybe the Mad Bob carbon fiber jacknife set.

    What I truly need at this point is a good set of followers and a couple of good prybars. My tension wrenches are all either too small or the crappy z wrenches the Chinese put in their pick kits.

    I already had a lot of the tools to make decent picks, so I got some feeler gage stock and have started fiddling around with making picks to my own specs. I've learned a lot from Bosnian Bill!

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