|Item Weight||0.32 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 0.3 x 0.3 inches|
|Item model number||565A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|National Stock Number||5120-00-069-1682|
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Starrett 565A 4" Overall Length, 9/16 Pin Length, 1/16 Pin Diameter, Drive Pin Punch
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- Drive pin punch with 4" overall length, 9/16" pin length, and 1/16" pin diameter pushes pins and rivets into or out of a workpiece
- Hardened and tempered steel provides wear resistance and strength
- Round shank is knurled for grip
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The Starrett 565A drive pin punch has a 4" overall length with a 9/16" pin length and 1/16" pin diameter to push pins and rivets into or out of a workpiece. The punch is made from hardened and tempered steel components that provide wear resistance and strength. It has a round shank, which is knurled for grip.
Pin punches are used to insert or knock out rivets and pins in assemblies. They have a metal shank on one end and a metal pin driver on the other, and are typically tapped with a hammer.
The L.S. Starrett Company manufactures precision measuring tools, metrology and testing equipment, and saw blade products. The company, founded in 1880, is headquartered in Athol, MA.
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NOTE: its very important when removing pins from toys if thats what you are using it for to make sure you are not pushing from the knurled side. It typically has a star type pattern or rougher looking then the smooth side. If you do this you will loosen the joint and may even crack the hole around the pin.
I can not help with regards to pins in guns or sights. I only purchased for use on toys to fix broken ones.
My only suggestion to Starrett, is to offer a second series, with the handle portion of each punch 3"+ longer. There are times where we would do better to span a distance, and not get a hammer in so close to sensitive components, when using these inside a clients' vehicle.
This punch set is the finest. As a locksmith, I use them for many tasks.
The knurled handles and longer pin length before they taper to the knurled area makes them an "accept no-substitutions" item for City Lock, a Polytechnikey, LLC company
If I only needed one or two, I would have Snap-On get them for me, but I buy 30 at a time, so really need a wholesale price.
In this case, Amazon really came through.
These are a little expensive compared to other brands, but worth the money in my opinion.
I'm not sure why amazon changed the picture though to a set of them. You get a single punch not the set of I believe 8 pictured.
I would definitely recommend to buy these if you in the market for a punch set. Will not disappoint