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Model: REG-MED-RCM-2Bar Code: 89781800101Part Number: RCM-2Brand: Regal
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The Regal Medallion Series of vices is the flagship of the Regal range. With an iconic and often imitated design it is the pinnicle of vice technology. The simplicity of the Medallion range means that you just open the Jaws, insert the hook and start tying you do not need to adjust anything even when switching from a tiny midge to a whopping streamer. The Regal Medallion Midge Jaw with C-Clamp Base head rotates around a 360' axis and articulates 220' up and down.
Placing the hook within the head of a Regal Vise is very important. Due to the pressure the vise head exerts, the hook must be placed well within the limits of the head surfaces. See figures 1, 2 and 3 for proper hook placement.
Failure to properly place the hooks may result in “chipping” of the head or the hook may dislodge from the vise under pressure. Seefigures 4, 5, and 6 which depict improper hook placement.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF YOUR VISE
All Regal vises and accessories are manufactured to last a lifetime. As with all precision equipment, the tool simply needs some routine tender loving care. Regal suggests a drop or two of gun oil every so often rubbed into the surface of the head and stem not unlike you would do to a prized firearm. This simple task will bring out the true color and luster of the vise and help preserve it.
CONVERTING YOUR VISE LEFT-HANDED
All Regal vises are shipped as right-handed. Making the vise left-handed is a very simple procedure and only takes a few minutes. On the under side of the vise you will see a hex nut in the ball that holds the jaw handles in place. Simply loosen the nut with a 7/64’’ hex wrench and swing the jaw handle to the other side. Tighten the hex nut and you are ready to tie from the left-hand position.
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