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Clauss 18423 Left Cut Titanium Bonded Aviation Snip

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Clauss 18423 Left Cut Titanium Bonded Aviation Snip

Item #: WBB644152

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Titanium Bonded Aviation Snip- Left

Titanium Bonded Aviation Snips will bite through sheet metal quickly and easily. The blades are 3x harder than steel alone and will stay sharper, longer. Resists corrosion and adhesives. Serrated blades prevent slip-out. Sturdy handles and pivot points. Color coded for easy identification of cut direction. Heat-inducted blades. Cuts sheet metal, Stainless and Aluminum. Integrated "steel curl design" fulcrum. Spring loaded locking mechanism.

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    • JAW TYPESerrated
    • BRANDClauss®
    • BLADE MATERIALTitanium Bonded
    • COLOR FINISHGrey/Red
    • HANDLE MATERIALTPR
    • HANDLE MATERIAL TPR
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBER18423
    • BLADE LENGTH INCHES2-1/4
    • LENGTH OF CUT1-1/2"
    • SIZE9-3/4"
    • DESCRIPTIONSnips
    • TYPECompound Leverage Aviation
    • CUT TYPEShear Cut
    • CUTTING DIRECTIONLeft
    • CUTTING LENGTH1-1/2"

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Can these snips be used equally as well with left handed and right handed operator's?

Question Asked By: Jim Reid , Glenwillow, Ohio , December 01, 2011

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