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Vise advice

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I broke my Dan-vise and have decided that I tie enough to deserve a top of the line vise. I tie a lot of bigger patterns and have started spinning more deer hair (which may have led to the Dan-vise's demise). I've narrowed my choices to the D-K Ult Indexer or the Regal Revolution. I've tied on my friends Barracuda and like the roominess compared to my old vise. I'm not that familiar with the Regal so looking for someone to give me some input.
Thanks.

Posted on: 4/16 11:14


Re: Vise advice

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I have a Regal Vice and love it. Not sure which model it is. I think I paid 139.00 for it. It is the C-clamp Model. Hold any hook size that I have tied from 4's to 24's

Posted on: 4/16 11:26


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I have a Renzetti Traveler vise and I love it. I have owned it for years.

Far from top of the line, but it is a very functional vise.

Posted on: 4/16 14:27


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Search Function there are several lengthy discussions, there is currently one in the fly tying section. Not trying to be a smart@ss

Posted on: 4/16 14:30


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I've had a Renzetti traveler for a few years now and can't complain at all. It has handled anything that I wanted to tie without any problems.

Posted on: 4/16 21:33


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Renzetti Traveler with the cam jaws, also many other attachments you can add. Made in the USA

Posted on: 4/16 21:49


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I own several top end vises,favorite is J-VISE with Damasteel jaws.
My Regal with stainless jaws is a great vise for the money.

Posted on: 4/17 6:49


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I have and HMH and a Regal. I like them both. I have also had an Anvil which is probably the best vise for people on a tight budget.

Posted on: 4/17 19:38
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