Triggerguard clamp

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sturmkatze

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Where can I find one of those hoogies to clamp a triggerguard in a vise to work on it?
Thanks, Marsh
 
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A link you must send. Find it, I did not. Ugh, I hate their website. You can never find anything

 
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I found this one at a friends place. He was good enough to loan it to me. Why didn't I think of this 40 years ago?
 

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Sturmkatze........Looks like Tscott has you covered. Sorry I wasn't more prompt. The Universal Filing Tool , Catalog # 68600 , .......$89.00.....This is from catalog # 50. Log Cabin Shop........Phone.........800-837-1082............I've dealt with this family since the early 1970's. They are good folks , willing to help. Wish this tool had been for sale 40 years ago , when I was looking for one. The one I use works , but could be better. ...........oldwood
 
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I just epoxy them to a piece of scrap wood and then heat them a little to release the epoxy when I am done......

Did not know I needed a special tool.....
 
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To each his own on the trig. guard clamp. Mine is old , but still works well. Once the guard is roughed out, and emory cleaned , the clamp holds the guard while I polish it on the buffer. I hate to waste time , and the clamp w/guard makes buffing quick and easy.
 
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