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  • Estwing PC-250G 10" Pro-Claw Nail Puller with Blue Cushion Grip
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Estwing PC-250G 10" Pro-Claw Nail Puller with Blue Cushion Grip

by Estwing

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  • 10 oz.
  • 10" Length
  • Rounded Head for better leverage
  • Tough cushion grip
  • Chrome finish
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Technical Details
Part Number PC250G
Item Weight11.4 ounces
Product Dimensions10.6 x 2.4 x 0.6 inches
Item model numberPC250G
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB003Y0ENQU
Best Sellers Rank #425,240 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 1, 2010
  
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Fine tool steel Pro-Claw Nail Pullers are Japanese pattern design, drop forged and tempered for extra durability. Both nail puller claws are precise and sharp to remove imbedded or headless nails with ease and will grab nail shanks to pull finishing nails through removed molding to minimize damage to molding.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By E. Bickford on August 15, 2012
I own a few nail pullers and have tried a couple of other interesting devices like the old school Crescent 56 Nail Puller, or the The Extractor Nail Remover (a personal favorite for finish nails), and the Nail Jack Tools 85NH 8-1/2-Inch Nail Hunter (not impressed currently sitting in the bottom of one tool box or another). As well as a few different types/brands of cat's paws/nail pullers (Dasco, Dead On Tools, Shark Co). This one is consistently my go-to. The points on the claws are sharp and thin but wide, easily driven under the head of most framing or siding nails and very solidly built. The only downsides are that the rubber grip (which does make the tool more comfortable to use) also makes it impossible to put in a tool loop as it's quite grippy. This could be remedied simply by removing the grip. The other problem is that the chromed finish will chip pretty quickly once the tool is struck with a hammer. I'm not worried about looks, just random chips of chrome flying around. That said this is my go to nail puller, and despite it's faults, I love it.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Vasya on January 6, 2011
I bought one at Home depot and let me tell you it is bad. Very very very thick part where you are supposed to take head of a nail. It is almost impossible to get grip on nail without making great hole around it. It says that it was make in Japan, I don't know but whoever made this claw doesn't know how to make one. I bought the same model from Stanley made in good-old China and it is a way better instrument.
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