Vise-Grip

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Vise-Grip

 (vīs′grĭp′)
A trademark for pliers, wrenches, and clamps that can be locked at a set position.
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Beyond this, whatever works, Vise Grips, pipe wrench, anything that will give you good leverage.
"The safety guard's gone from his grinding machine He got a stiff paint brush he only sorta got clean He's the hired man, my neighbor and a cousin in law He's a jerry riggin' fool, he got the tool for the job Well it's vise grips for pliers, and pliers for a wrench A wrench for a hammer, hammer's everything else It just don't seem to make much difference I sure do like him but he's hard on equipment." *
If you attempt to remove the bushings from the receiver using a screw driver, if the bushing is staked-in" variety, it'll be be ruined and will have to be destroyed by the pair of vise grips needed to get it unscrewed.
Torture is being decapitated with a dull knife or having someone go to work on your nipples, knuckles, and testicles with a pair of vise grips. Torture leaves the victim dead or permanently deformed or dysfunctional.
Next, I drilled a hole through the main beam down into the skull and then, with a set of vise grips, screwed a galvanized "all-thread," epoxy-coated rod into the hole.
Hold the angle iron jaws by putting them around a piece of square stock the desired size and securing them with a vise grips (Photo 3).
Once establishing eye contact with a likely victim, she locks on like a pair of vise grips. Perfect strangers are drawn to her gaze...
Starting with the slide, put the firing pin and spring in the slide, push down on the firing pin and gently clamp the front of the firing pin with smooth vise grips. Insert the key safety in far enough to be able to put the spring and detent ball in.
Presently, this is accomplished through the use of one of a collection of several possible tools that consists of pipe wrenches, water pump pliers, or vise grips. While this usually results in the job getting accomplished, these tools can often be quite bulky and in the case of pipe wrenches, not even fit within a standard tool bag.
The only practical answer was to place each round in the shell holder, run it up to the top of the press without a die inserted, clamp on with the vise grips, then use the leverage of the handle to separate the case from the bullet.