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Old 05-20-2010, 02:54 PM
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12" metal shear found one onsale any good?

http://www.princessauto.com/shop-gar...tal-hand-shear

this is going on sale for 99cnd. same idea as HF stuff u guys have state side.

any thoughts?

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I have one and it has been a good tool. I reg shear 12 ga SS 308 on it with no issues as long as you keep it adjusted and keep from cutting round things on it. use the hole for round bar if you need to cut something not flat.
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12" shear

I have one by Woodward Fab, Detroit Mich. Works great for cutting patch panels. Really needs to be mounted to bench.
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http://www.woodwardfab.com/sheet_met...ring_tools.htm

that one is only 8" thou

its china made correct?
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Shear

Yes it is -- I went and checked. Surprised me!! Its tough and I've put some thick sheet in it to cut and had no problems!
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