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Looking to buy Snap on Pliers......

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Im looking to buy a pair of snap on pistol grip pliers, 412EP . If anybody has a pair they would part with please pm me with a price. Thanks for taking the time to read my post.

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They're not Snap On but then Snap On isn't what they used to be either. For most jobs something like this would probably do fine.








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They're not Snap On but then Snap On isn't what they used to be either. For most jobs something like this would probably do fine.





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What do you mean they are not what they used to be?????????? everything with the SNAP-ON name is still made here in the states. Blue-point is now made in China. I own stock in SNAP-ON there OLD JOE

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As a former wrench bender professionally and now a shade tree mechanjc I speak from experience. Personally I always preferred Mac over snap jack in most cases. Snap jack's "flank drive " stuff was pretty hard to beat, though.

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As a former wrench bender professionally and now a shade tree mechanjc I speak from experience. Personally I always preferred Mac over snap jack in most cases. Snap jack's "flank drive " stuff was pretty hard to beat, though.
Mac's wrench's were clubby compared to Snappy's. Mac did have some better stuff back in the Day. Stanley tools is the parent company of dewalt and Mac.

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I think that's a great tool to have for those unique situations but infrequent! I'd love at Harbor freight.

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The Snap-On truck comes by several times a week, but the big name in quality ($) pliers where I work is KNIPIX
I believe they're a German company.
I don't see any pistol grip needle nose however.

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Snap on currently sells slide calipers made by Starrett Tools. They signed a contract for Starrett to make the tools no markings and brand it Snapon. The issue with this is Starrett made 2 tools.... 1099 and 1098..... they picked the 98 made in China and about 120.00 cheaper then the 1099.... I have stock with Starrett. Owned and made in Massachusetts

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Thanks for all your input guys. Very hard to find these particular pliers since they have been discontinued, but ill keep looking. Ultimately if I cannot find a pair I guess I will just cut a pair apart and make my own, which is what I usually do when I can't find what I'm looking for. The weather has been so nice I have lost focus on my 24in Ariens custom bucket project, have to drill new shear pin holes. Then disassemble, sandblast and paint. Should get it done by snow flakes flying.

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