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    Default Help with Identity of older mill or shaper vice

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    I have seen that vise before; the cut-out where the screw enters the body is the tell-tale.

    Maybe a small shaper vise like an AAMCO or a Burke #4 mill?

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    It is or is a copy of a Burke plain vise for their bench millers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie_obe View Post
    It is or is a copy of a Burke plain vise for their bench millers.
    Right! And I answered it on the other post of the same question here - Help with Identity of older mill or shaper Vise


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