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Old 07-07-2011, 12:59 PM
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Originally Posted by DanTwoLakes
I am going to post this copy and paste again from a website called

"Snap-on Tools: a business division of Snap-on Inc., Snap-on Tools Group manufactures tools for motor vehicle service and repair at 4 facilities in the U.S. (Elkmont, AL; Algona, IA; Elizabethton, TN; and Milwaukee, WI). Known for their franchised dealer vans, Snap-on tools are now also available online. Many, but not all, tools imprinted with the Snap-on name are made in US, other tool brands (including Blue Point) are imported. County of origin is provided for each product on the Snap-On website, so check before you purchase."
They aren't hiding anything. They tell you where every tool is made right on their web site. It is up to the purchaser to decide if he wants to buy a tool of foreign origin.

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