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#5518166 - 01/03/15 10:16 PM gun work/ cleaning setup
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So I finally went and got some more cabinets and counter to finish my new gun room today and I am going to put them in tomorrow. Right now I have a little three drawer deal from cabelas with a gun rest on the top to clean rifles and shot guns but I don't really like it because it moves around so much so I was thinking of buying a vise to put on the table to hold the rifle by the barrel and get some blocks to hold handguns. But didn't know if there was a better option or idea.

So if you are using a vise which one are you using? If you are not then what are you using to hold the firearm?

I am thinking of getting this vise.

Walter

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#5518174 - 01/03/15 10:22 PM Re: gun work/ cleaning setup [Re: wburke2010]
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I use a Tipton best gun vise. Does the job for me

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#5518177 - 01/03/15 10:24 PM Re: gun work/ cleaning setup [Re: wburke2010]
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I got a Tipton best gun vise at cabelas yesterday and it came with the wheeler engineering 72 piece screwdriver set in the box for $100. I thought that was a pretty good deal.

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#5518190 - 01/03/15 10:33 PM Re: gun work/ cleaning setup [Re: MikeC]
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Originally Posted By: MikeC
I use a Tipton best gun vise. Does the job for me



Have an older version of that one which has been working for years
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#5518199 - 01/03/15 10:36 PM Re: gun work/ cleaning setup [Re: wburke2010]
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I was looking at one of those as well. Maybe I get one of those and a vise...

Walter

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#5518281 - 01/03/15 11:40 PM Re: gun work/ cleaning setup [Re: wburke2010]
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I have a wooden one similar to the tipton, I bought years ago, works pretty good. I have been wanting to upgrade to the tipton. Think it would be much better. I also have a small vise similar to one you linked. Not as heavy duty as that one but it has padded jaws and a swivel base. It was fairly cheap, just dont remember where I got it.

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#5519088 - 01/04/15 02:11 PM Re: gun work/ cleaning setup [Re: wburke2010]
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I use the tipton also, it's on sale at Midway right now. You can get 1911 & Ar 15 vice blocks for it from Wheeler.
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#5519242 - 01/04/15 03:42 PM Re: gun work/ cleaning setup [Re: wburke2010]
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Guess I am going to order one of them and a vise for some other work when a few of the gun parts I need come back into stock.

Thanks guys

Walter

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