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fixerupper

01-13-2021 15:13:58




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Tiny hand held vise.




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marcusmerritt

01-14-2021 08:11:26




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 Re: What is it in reply to fixerupper, 01-13-2021 15:13:58  
Hand vise great for holding small pieces when wire brushing or grinding. I have a couple of them that get used a lot.



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showcrop

01-14-2021 06:49:24




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 Re: What is it in reply to fixerupper, 01-13-2021 15:13:58  
My wife had one of those put in her head in 1983 to pinch off a cerebral aneurism. They use plastic now.



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fixerupper

01-13-2021 17:53:25




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 Re: What is it in reply to fixerupper, 01-13-2021 15:13:58  
Jim I always thought a blood blister surgical device was a fencing pliers. LOL



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Janicholson

01-13-2021 18:16:37




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 Re: What is it in reply to fixerupper, 01-13-2021 17:53:25  
This is for what my grandma called the "off hand" Jim



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Janicholson

01-13-2021 17:49:45




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 Re: What is it in reply to fixerupper, 01-13-2021 15:13:58  
Portable blood blister surgical device. Jim



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fixerupper

01-13-2021 17:08:03




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 Re: What is it in reply to fixerupper, 01-13-2021 15:13:58  
I can see where it might be more stable than a small C clamp in some cases.



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TimV

01-13-2021 15:32:30




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 Re: What is it in reply to fixerupper, 01-13-2021 15:13:58  
Just what you said it was--a hand vise. Lots of them out there from the days before vise-grips, in all sorts of styles. Got a few of my own and have given several away--there are times they do come in handy.



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