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    No.4 lbarrel vice and wrenches, pictures

    Cantom asked for pictures of my No.4 rifle barrel wrenches and vice. The white object is a 3x5 card for scale purposes. Vice and opening wrench came from a Canadianicon Armory.
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    Thank you very much for the pictures!

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    Thanks for that one...excellent.
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    Whilst it differs in detail it's the same in principle as my Parker Hale 'service vise', though at present I only have a 'closed' action wrench which makes it impossible to re-barrel No5's with the flash eliminator on! Fortunately a friend who is a tool maker has an 'open' wrench similar to Paul's on the way to me.....



    Thanks for the photo's.

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