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Footprint 1237 110137 4-1/2-Inch Brick Chisel with Grip

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  • High carbon steel
  • Ground cutting edge
  • Domed anti-mushroom head
  • Extra material where blade meet the handle
  • Hard wearing plastic grip and hand protection
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A carbon steel one piece drop forging means this is one tough chisel. Protective grip, anti-mushroom head, and strengthened neck make this brick bolster virtually indestructable

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Item Weight2.7 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 4 x 4.5 inches
Item model number110137
Warranty DescriptionLifetime
  
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ASINB00020JNGA
Best Sellers Rank #1,108,997 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.7 pounds
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Date First AvailableApril 2, 2004
  
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Alpha Chi on February 17, 2007
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Right.

So why did this manufacturer put so much effort into producing a tool often relegated to the bottom of the tool box? Noting the quality of the metal and its forging to a Rockwell hardness that rivals some expensive hunting blades just makes you shake your head, as in who would do this for a BRICK CHISEL? Wood chisels sure, and these can be priced into the stratosphere, but for a BRICK CHISEL?!

It must be a FOOTPRINT!

Footprint is one of those rare manufacturers that strive to make the best product of its kind, no matter what that product is. You won't find this name epoxied to a dirty plywood cut-off in a cluttered isle at your local home improvement warehouse or in dusty makeshift wooden bins piled like loose nails.

I must have them ALL!

This chisel, like most Footprint products, is the heftiest, hardest, sharpest [yes, I said sharpness], safe, and well-balanced *professional* chisel out there. I was shocked at the Amazon price for this quality and hard to find chisel and grabbed up a collection of just about every useful variation Amazon had to offer from Footprint. I had to wait six months for this one but when the boxes arrived [yep, boxes, as in double-boxed and fully cushioned] and I finally pulled this chisel from its cardboard and airbagged surroundings was I peeved or piqued over the long wait. No, oddly, holding it in my hand and turning it from every direction admiring its well-executed form, clean finish, and massive feel, I was ecstatic. Go figure.

Ok, so I'm a little OCD...

But quality like this is really difficult to find at a price most regular folk can afford. And price aside, how much do you think your eyes, hands, heck, even the project you're working on is worth, overall?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James Archer on November 3, 2011
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Works great so far. Beautiful design and it seems to hold the edge well. The guard is nice for when the wife comes along and distract you while your hammer is coming down...
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By Jeff C. on December 11, 2012
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...But maybe that's just me. I was hoping to use this to cut some 4"x8"paver stones to fit along a curved walkway. Using a 16 oz. rubber hammer and this chisel, I pounded away at them, but I barely even managed to scratch them, much less cut them. I ended up using an angle grinder instead.

Perhaps I was trying to use this chisel for something it wasn't intended to do. But either way, this was a waste of money for me.
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