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A vise (American English) or vice (British English) is a mechanical apparatus used to secure an object to allow work to be performed on it. Vises have two parallel jaws, one fixed and the other movable, threaded in and out by a screw and lever.
With this here Tipton Best Gun Vise.
No issues with it, it’s in great condition. I‘ve simply acquired a vise I like better and I don’t need two.
Yours for $55 or trade for ammo (.22, 9mm, .357, .223 as long as it’s >= 62gr).
If you’re a new gun owner due to these end times, I’ll throw in...
....that's more for pistols than long guns.
Been looking at the 'Ultimate versatile' by Garrett Wade @ $100 + jaw inserts & shipping=over $150. Maybe I don't need a 2 axis capacity yet it seems so useful.
Links/comments/warnings/bawdy humor solicited.
As mentioned in other threads, I'm in an awkward position where I can't bolt or clamp down a bench vise. I was perusing Home Depot looking for something else and stumbled across a couple drill-press vises that looked like they might have potential...
Do y'all think either of these, without a...