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Thread: Gun vices

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    The only vise you will ever need for any firearm is a regular 4" bench vise. You will need some 8 ounce plus leather for pads and a solid work bench to mount the vise on.
    "...the real name for this vice?..." That's more of a cradle than a vise.

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    I have a Cabelas Brand gun vice. I use it, it's okay but it could use some improvement

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    This one is going on sale Boxing Week.
    https://www.cabelas.ca/product/13219...crewdriver-set
    $180 on sale for $130, it sure lokks to be a nice vise, adjustable in just about every direction.
    Also comes with a 72 piece Wheeler screwdriver set, those are always nice to have at hand.
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    I've got the Tipton Ultra Gun vise.

    https://www.cabelas.ca/product/12558...riantId=332081

    It's great but I need a bigger house to put it in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justice View Post
    The only vise you will ever need for any firearm is a regular 4" bench vise. You will need some 8 ounce plus leather for pads and a solid work bench to mount the vise on.
    "...the real name for this vice?..." That's more of a cradle than a vise.
    cradles don't clamp by definition

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    I use a 4" vise with both magnetic rubber coated jaws and ply wood inserts that have leather glued to the working side. I have no room on my bench for one of the type of vises sold by Tipton and others. My other recommendation for a vice will be to long and may get me banned.

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    My vise needs no bench.

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    for pistols, an armorers block is very handy, and like a gun vise, can be taken with you to where you might need it

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    Thanks for the great info!

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