INCLUDES:• (1) Bulldog Aviation SnipsFEATURES:• A narrower grip opening accommodates large or small hands without sacrificing generous Max2000 cutting length.• All-new, ambidextrous, one-hand-operation metal latch is accessible from top or side and features an ingenious simple design that will not loosen or hang up with repetitive use.• A fast adjusting, long life pivot bolt, with nylon locking nut and pressure washer, holds desired adjustment even after repetitive use in heavy gauge metal.• The Max2000 Bulldog Snip features shorter blades with a serrated lower jaw for controlled notching and trimming out to the blade tip in layered sheet metals and metal seams.SPECIFICATIONS:• Cutting Application: Notching and Trimming• Length of Cut: 1-1/16" (27.0mm)• Tool Length: 10" (254mm)• Aluminum Capacity: .062" (1.57mm)• Copper Capacity: .054" (1.37mm)• Galv. Steel (18 Gauge): .054" (1.37mm)• Mild Steel (18 Gauge): .048" (1.22mm)• Stainless Steel (20 Gauge): .038" (0.97mm)Malco Max2000 Aviation Snips now feature all-new, molded thermoplastic grips. These easy-to-spot, solid color coded grips are permanently fitted over full length steel handle shafts and offer strength, comfort and sure handling. A narrower grip opening accommodates large or small hands to maximize the powerful leverage of compound handle-to-head linkage. A new ambidextrous, one-hand-operation latch is another welcome handle change to all Max2000 snips and features an ingenious all-metal design that will not loosen or hang up with repetitive use. Original Max2000 blade designs remain unchanged and retain the same generous cutting lengths. Max2000 hardened alloy steel blades with precision ground cutting edges ensure a minimal force cut and maximum service life. Sleek head and handle styling offer superior material flow and maximum maneuverability.
From the Manufacturer
Bulldog Aviation style metal snip (red grip) for cutting and notching heavier material. Hardened alloy steel blades offer maximum cutting life. Superior material flow allows maximum maneuverability. Ergonomic handles maximize length of cut and hand's natural power stroke.