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Old 03-21-2013, 09:15 AM
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Default Re: Vise Short List what to pick

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Originally Posted by boomslang View Post
1. Griffin Blackfoot Mongoose: not sure about the quality and durability issues.

2. Anvil Atlas: Any comment about the quality and durability would be great.

3. Peak Rotary vise: Also, what is the build quality and what are the durability issues with this vise.
i would recommend a trip to your local fly shop, tying club, tu meeting or even your tying buddies to handle each one of these vises and get a feel for each one of them.

these companies would have gone out of business a long time ago if they werent producing quality products. each vise may have a different fit and finish than the other but that doesnt qualify for bad quality

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Originally Posted by randyflycaster View Post
I think you can't go wrong with any of those vises.

I couldn't find a Renzetti Traveler for less that $194.00.

Randy
the 2013 edition of the traveler is $160. check out the renzetti website or even feather craft.

http://www.renzetti.com/index.php?op...=79&Itemid=194

http://www.feather-craft.com/wecs.ph...y&target=RR057
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