can't figure out the other vice - looks like a cast iron screwdriver handle in place of boss/tommy bar --- che?
or is it something lower?
must be quite a vice museum, that shed, methinks
A scene from my workshop soon hopefully, might have the women’s a bit younger though!View attachment 261754
By chance, today's Sheffield Star online has a picture of "Record Ridgeway 1977" and it's the vice shop - no further info given, but lots of big bench vices visible, at least two models on the main production line rollers and others visible behind - what are these workers doing - painting? (would expect spray), touching up?, glueing on decal? greasing?
(not my copyright - hope the Star photog doesn't mind - thanks)
Wow that's brill.
Yeah same here I'd only seen that in an old Buck Hickman catalogue great to see it properly.
How many vices have you got if you don't mind me asking ?
Looks like you have some serious treasure (yes i am envious )
That's a really difficult one, probably be the Record 114 because it's one of the biggest strongest quick release....... but then maybe the Record Leader No16 would be stronger as it's a fabricated vice. A lot of the vices I like are unusual, but that doesn't make them the most useful if they were to be my only vice.That's impressive. Of all those, which would be your 'Desert Island' vice and why?