Extra Surface Area Gives Tremendous Power To Clamp Hold & Even The Tightest Barrel
To complement our “Ring-Of-Steel” Action Wrench System, we’ve developed the only professional-quality Barrel Vise that will positively clamp and keep even the tightest barrel from turning during removal. Machined from solid steel for durability to service the barrel installation and removal needs of any gunsmith for years and years. Our exclusive four bolt system and extra-wide design generates so much holding force, the Brownells Barrel Vise must be firmly bolted to the stoutest bench or an immovable base to realize its full potential. Split barrel bushings come in a variety of sizes to fit many popular barrels (and some not-so-common ones) to make this universal Barrel Vise system the very first choice of professional gunsmiths. Steel Bushings provide years of service and have the necessary clamping power to break loose the tightest barrels. Aluminum Bushings also give a strong hold without risk of marring your barrel.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:71, Page:452
SPECS: Blocks - Steel, blued. Top Block - 4-1⁄2" (11.4cm) x 3" (7.6cm) x 1-1⁄2" (3.8cm). Bottom Block - 7" (17.7cm) x 3" (7.6cm) x 1-1⁄8" (2.8cm). Includes 4, 1⁄2"-20 x 2" Allen head bolts. Bottom block is drilled and countersunk for 1⁄2" diameter mounting bolts. Bushings - C.R.S. Steel, blue finish or 6160 aluminum, natural finish. All bushings 3" long, -13⁄4" diameter. #4, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 are in a range of I.D.’s to closely match the shank diameters of most rifle barrels. #5 fits military Mauser 98 barrels. #6 is tapered to fit Remington factory .30-06 Sporter and other similar profile barrels. #12 & 13 are a special machined set of bushings for standard and heavy M14/M1A/M1 Garand barrels. #15 is for the FN FAL barrel. #16 is an aluminum bushing for ¾" octagonal barrels. Steel and Aluminum Barrel Vise Sets come complete with the four ½"-20 tpi x 2" Allen head bolts, hex wrench, and bushings #4, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10 and #11. (Bushings #5, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 must be purchased separately).