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What Vise do you use?

What is your primary vise?  

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I've used a renzetti vise for the past 8-9 years and have never had a problem with it,been a good vise for me.

 

SD

 

I got my first Renzetti back in the 70's, I had it redone 2 years ago. It is fantastic.. :D

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Renzetti traveller for trout flys and the Classic Vise for Salmon and Steelhead flys.

 

PS - something about the Renzetti that makes it soooo comfortable to tie on

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Hi.

 

I use a "cheap" Regal copy. It's good for holding flies, but if it's a 360 vise you wan't then this is not the best. Sure you can rotate it, but it's just not effective at it.

At the moment it's the only vise i have and the only one i have used in my about 1 year carrer as a fly tyier :-)

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Tom,

 

Nice new toy, a great choice IMHO.

 

The Ultimate Indexer is a great vise. Had a Renzetti Presentation 4000 .Now the boys use that one . Renzetti Presentation 4000 is a nice vise.... BUT JUST NOT Built with the same quality as the DYNA-KING.. And for the PRICE you can not beat it. I think for pound for pound you can not get a better vise! BUT with said LOL i would like to get the LAW vise :) I just want one :)

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Regal just sent back replacement Revolution saltwater jaws that had somehow spread apart at the tip where they would barely hold a #10 hook. The old jaws had 3 hook grooves & Regal has an upgrade with a 2 hook groove saltwater jaw. Holds a #22 just as well as a Gama SC15-2H 3/0.

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Renzetti Master Vise, it was far too expensive but I do love tying on it. Had to put foam in the pedestal indentions because I got tired of scraping off epoxy drips.

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