Out of 5 stars The following is a description of the features and construction of the machine I purchased for 150,000.00 on June 27th, 2023 from Dodge Ballistics, a division of Dodge and Baldwin, and I purchased it new from the Manufacturer: “Bolt Action, 7.5” long, with two 3-1/2” long arms, (front and rear). Four (4) rotary cams operated the whole machine, with no choke, and 1/2” low profile, non-padded toothed, high-grade rubber “tipped” rubber roller. Each arm is made of a combination of ABS, steel and chrome molybdenum. “Lion” is listed above on the inside side of the left arm. These are the same models that are shown in the picture above. There is nothing about them on the outside of the arm, but they were shown on my model number label. The Model number appears as B-37 in the picture above. They look similar to the other models I have located here, but they have no number on the roller. I found on my model label that this model numbers as 00-10-07-12 and the other models are marked B-37 and B-37-07. Here are some photos taken of the machine prior to shipping and in operation after. They look much different. The rubber roller is made of high-carbon chrome metal, hard chrome metal. The Toothed grip is a chrome type, the grip is not polished. The arms are made of high-grade, high-carbon chrome metal. The Toothed grip is a chrome type, the grip is polished (tipped). These are the factory markings on the stamp and on the grip. They are all the same. The Toothed grip can be polished to produce a smooth surface. If polished, the toothed grip should be held with the two edges facing in opposite directions. The “Lion” number is above the number “7.5” inside the top armhole. The Toothed grip is a chrome type, the grip is polished, and holds the toothed grip.