BCROB

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  1. Excellent info 101HB , really appreciate that !! thank you...........I think your bang on , sure looks the same as mine , I'm going to have a closer look right now on the cutting table........
  2. a couple more pics...........the little guy is looking Hay Budden but I'm not 100 % yet..........any guess's ? my wife isnt crazy about it on the dining room table but............. :rolleyes: met a real great guy yesterday , he also had a 300lb PW that looks like it came out of a showroom , it was beautiful just to sit and stare at it ....................
  3. yes sir 101 , you are correct, Norrisez it is ............it came home with me tonight.......51lbs and I'm really happy with this find........ I also came home with a 17lb wrought I'll post pics tomorrow after it gets a quick wire wheel for markings (hopefully)............
  4. great piece Peter !!
  5. thanks Frank for the info............
  6. t thanks for the input .........I will measure the jaws in the morning , as for the screw the threads are pretty much in perfect condition , it opens and close very nicely , jaw close's even and tight , honestly I dont think its been used very much......thanks Thomas , German would be an intersting find , I dont have a german vise........... here's the other one that came with this one also came with a flattening hammer stamped OCS ?? with about a 3'' square face
  7. just managed to get through the first top 3 layers of paint on this one :rolleyes: , looking for some kind of i.d. if anyone recognizes the vise , will check AIA here shortly its a tank, a real heavy bugger with a 7'' plus opening........ the mounting bracket old English style ?? I do recall seeing an "M" style before and also a Heart style but have only seen a few and not very often , first I've seen in person......picked this up today with another beauty 7'' and a throw in flattening hammer to sweeten the pot ;)
  8. what a great piece !! sure makes my 2 post vise and flattening hammer a boring find over the weekend !! LOL !!
  9. If you haven' t already........ snap it up !!
  10. BCROB

    new knife

    lookin good Jah
  11. love them all but that bocote contrast is beautiful , very nicely done........
  12. Correct Mike, Just to adds to Vaughn's reply below a lubricant is a must IMO, I actually prefer WD40 with good quality sand paper makes a huge difference in cutting ability and overall time......