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Old 03-24-2006, 09:17 PM
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I have Nor- Vise that I use regularly. I also like the automatic bobbin. It is great for tying salt water flies. It rocks for making wooley buggers IMHO.
I also have Renzetti travel vise I use for my dry fly experiments A.K. Best I am NOT
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Old 03-29-2006, 07:43 AM
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like a few others, i have the renzetti traveler. relatively inexpensive and served me well .
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I tie commercially for a shop in Michigan, and have been very happy with my barricuda Jr. trekker, the only problem is the plastic knob used to adjust the tension of rotation, i suggest this vise, but upgrade to a metal knob. they are available from Chris Helm (whitetail fly tieing supply) in Toledo Ohio. a lot of people around here use renzetti.
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Old 03-30-2006, 09:35 PM
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I tie commercially for a shop in Michigan, and have been very happy with my barricuda Jr. trekker, the only problem is the plastic knob used to adjust the tension of rotation, i suggest this vise, but upgrade to a metal knob. they are available from Chris Helm (whitetail fly tieing supply) in Toledo Ohio. a lot of people around here use renzetti.
i assume this is easy to switch out? likewise, estimate of the cost of the knob?

thanks for all of the input. probably end up with the renzetti
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Old 05-18-2006, 09:39 PM
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well, i finally got the vise.
i chose the renzetti travel vise and have been very pleased.
thanks everyone for their input
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