It's Microtools for the vise.
I've always used a toothbrush handle & hammer though. Cut the bristle end off & use it like a punch or chisel.
You support the filter ring on a block of wood & use the TB handle & hammer on the inside of the filter ring. It's nice if the support is slightly concave to keep the lens from rolling.

Even with the lens vise you may find that straightening the ring won't be perfect since some of the threads may be deformed. I use a dental tool with a scraping blade to clean those up