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Stanley 16-332 FatMax Cold Chisel with Bi-Material Hand Guard
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- Flat End-with Guard
- Size - 1 x 12 in.
- High Quality New!!!!!!!
- Excellent Quality.
- Great Gift Idea.
- For Cutting / Shaping Wrought Iron, Cast Iron, Steel, Brass, Bronze, Copper, Aluminium, Bolts, Nuts & Rivets
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
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This is a good safe tool for distracted or tired worker. And safe for nonexperience helper people.Published 1 month ago by Miriam Exel
I can't break it and I break everything! Seriously though, this tool works great and protects your or your holders hand!!Published 2 months ago by Scott R. Johnson
Un-freaking breakable. This thing cuts through rough welds and slag like a kukuri knife through butter wielded by a 19th century Gurka warrior.Published 3 months ago by Andrew C Weber
This Chisel took a beating and kept on chipping away at the rocks! After 6 hours of hammering the top started to mushroom some but it kept working! Great Chisel!Published 3 months ago by sammy
Bought for a project - really saved my hand, I'm not a professional. Held up fine, no problems. Also bought the other concrete chisel and used both. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sea Island
Highly recommend getting in a 4 pound mini sledgehammer if you're doing plumbing work and or Masonary workPublished 6 months ago by Friday67
Bigger than I was picturing which isn't a bad thing. The metal is very sturdy but the piece that protects your hand cracked the 3rd time we used it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jessica Lombardi