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(1216) Review: RavenWorks Signature & 4-Piece Pick Kits

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Описание: (1216) Review: RavenWorks Signature & 4-Piece Pick Kits
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Combustion Kills Combustion Kills 06.01.2018
Viewer support = honest reviews. Thank you all supporters and patrons that allow Bill to pay the bills and maintain his obvious integrity...<br /><br />Thanks Bill...
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Jason Myers Jason Myers 07.09.2019
i dont think this company is in business any more? if so can somebody hold me down with a website?
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Sigma Sigma 06.04.2018
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHgFqJlQGsY&amp;t=2m48s">2:48</a><br />Shrink Tubing*<br />As a packaging equipment specialist I get offended when people use the words Shrink Tubing, Shrink Wrap, and Stretch Wrap incorrectly. <br />It&#39;s my right dammit!
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Jake 1973 Jake 1973 24.03.2018
Really like the double ended kit. I&#39;d buy it right now if it was just spring steel, or actual 301....
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Britain has Fallen Britain has Fallen 11.02.2018
Those adds do my head in
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Инженер Инженер 05.02.2018
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkIUb8RT1C0&amp;feature=youtu.be">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkIUb8RT1C0&amp;feature=youtu.be</a> THANKS BILE
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The Avid Picker The Avid Picker 03.02.2018
Hey Bill, do any pick manufacturers use higher grade stainless steel? Like M390, CPM-S30V, S110V, VG-10, etc.? I know these are super steels for knife blades. However, would it be as beneficial for pick steel?
         Bosnianbill Bosnianbill 03.02.2018->No idea, perhaps a metallurgist in the crowd can chime in?
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saul rodriguez saul rodriguez 11.01.2018
Great review, thanks for taking the time
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Jeremy Carson Jeremy Carson 10.01.2018
Metal is a bummer, however the swooping appeal to the hooks especially the grabber hooks would be nice additions.
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merlin308 merlin308 10.01.2018
Thank you.
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Garon Teague Garon Teague 10.01.2018
That (almost) identical case is on Amazon for like $5. PeaceKeeper small punch roll or something.
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Jesse Davidson Jesse Davidson 10.01.2018
Awesome
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jack suquett jack suquett 08.01.2018
Hey bill, I haven&#39;t been doing this for that long, but your reviews have been the go to before I purchase any products. Since I&#39;ve gone through a bunch of different companies, I know what I favor more than others. Everything I&#39;ve been picking have been locks made in here in the states. What I&#39;ve come to realize; at least for me; the .023 to .025 thousandth picks seem to big in a lot of cases, even with master locks. I was able to get better pin control with the .015 thousandth Peterson&#39;s, but those have been to thin for some of the grittier and/or cheaper American made locks like master. I&#39;ve switched to the .018 thousandth&#39;s as the thickest I&#39;ve wanted to go with, and that seems to be giving me the best control as well as room to work with. But in some cases those habe been kinda thin, and for the 8 dollar cost of each pick, I don&#39;t want to be bowing them out because once they stretch, you can&#39;t try to bend it back into place without fatiging the steel and making them even more weak. In order to save the pick itself and to stop them from going into the trash, I started using a small peeking hammer, knocking the curve back out of the pick, and than hammering it down to a thinner pick. It works alright. I&#39;m able to work harden the material a bit. You have any pointers, that can either help me work with the thicker .023 thousandth picks or a company who makes a higher grade .018 thousandth pick that can handle some of the Junkier American made locks? (I&#39;m not talking about the actual company American Locks, just locks that are made here in the states).
         Bosnianbill Bosnianbill 08.01.2018->Jack, Like you I initially tried to settle on a single thickness pick, and 0.018" was my choice too. After a while I realized that even 0.018" was sometimes too thick or too thin for certain locks. Ultimately, I found that a "thick" pick ranging from 0.022-0.026, and a "thin" measuring 0.015 was necessary. Lately, I've found an "ultra thin" pick measuring 0.013" is also useful in special locks.
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YamaR6 2000 YamaR6 2000 08.01.2018
Cant believe how companies spend so much time to design nice case with junk picks!!! Thank for the review..
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Kris_T_1982 Kris_T_1982 08.01.2018
I have a great idea for a feature for a challenge lock, but I have no skills or experience with such things. If any of you guy&#39;s or girls who like constructing challenges for Bill would like me to share my Idea, please PM me.
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Polite Cat Polite Cat 08.01.2018
notice a pattern....the go-to comparison is always sparrows. best price for the best picks. peterson is good quality but not the best value. sparrows all the way!
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Yudha Fierdy Yudha Fierdy 08.01.2018
Please unlock <a href="https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQN1j-W4VqMK80SG_ra0LebxDVHa96e83DvXv8x8k7s5WfOzPhquw">https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQN1j-W4VqMK80SG_ra0LebxDVHa96e83DvXv8x8k7s5WfOzPhquw</a>
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theboywholived2 theboywholived2 08.01.2018
Sorry, that was tools not told!!
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theboywholived2 theboywholived2 08.01.2018
Thank you posting another fantastic video, i do have one question though. From all the lock picking told you have ever used what in your mind is the all best hands down winner. <br />Again thank you for all your videos they are the best.
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alex b. alex b. 08.01.2018
301 comes in various grades, and a wide range of tempers. No surprise seeing different reaction to the cppper sulphate on what a vendor is calling 301, or a variety of bending characteristics on various vendor 301 stainless steels. <br />301 is just a generic term, like padlocks, you might have a bunch with the same physical outward appearance, one is master, another is an abus. We all know how that ends. =-)

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