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16-268 - 3-Piece FatMax® Wood Chisel Set
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Features and Benefits
  • Hardened, tempered high-chrome carbon alloy steel blade for edge retention
  • Precision ground blade is accurately sized and etched with blade size
  • Patented, ergonomically designed, bi-material grip handle is break resistant
  • Steel striking cap for use with steel-headed hammer
  • Accessible packaging with blade guard enables customer to evaluate product in store
  • Blade guard can be mounted to wall for home storage
  • Includes: 16-254, 16-258, 16-261
Product Details
  
  • Always avoid glancing blows along with over and under strikes
  • When facing another tool (chisel, punch, wedge, etc.) the striking face of the proper hammer should have a diameter approximately 3/8" larger than the struck face of the tool
  • Always use a hammer of suitable size and weight for the job
  • Never strike one hammer to another
  • Never use a striking or struck tool with a loose or damaged head
  • Discard any striking or struck tool if tool shows dents, cracks, chips, mushrooming or excessive wear
  • Never regrind, weld or reheat-treat a hammer
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