Fencing Pliers

Fencing Pliers tool lets you swiftly extract or insert fence-post staples and can cut, splice or stretch wires to simplify fence fixes. The hammer strike face is useful for pounding staples or bending crimped wires. It’s constructed with chrome vanadium steel for superb durability and fashioned with bi-material cushioned grips for utmost comfort and control.

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This Fence plierstool lets you swiftly extract or insert fence-post staples and can cut, splice or stretch wires to simplify fence fixes. The hammer strike face is useful for pounding staples or bending crimped wires. It’s constructed with chrome vanadium steel for superb durability and fashioned with bi-material cushioned grips for utmost comfort and control.

·         Built-in staple starter and staple puller expedite setup and teardown of barbed-wire fencing

·         Constructed with chrome vanadium steel for strength and durability

·         Outfitted with hammer strike face to pound staples and bend crimped wires

·         Lifetime limited warranty

·         Oil resistant rubberized grip for added comfort

·         The utility of a wire cutter, wire stretcher, wire splicer, staple starter, staple puller and hammer

·         Great for fence repairs and farm applications

 

 

 

These fence pliers do the job of a wire cutter, wire stretcher, wire splicer, staple starter, staple puller and hammer! Constructed of forge hardened and machine ground steel for durability, these versatile fence pliers are great for remodeling, electrical applications, construction and more. Whether cutting, bending, pulling or hammering, these handy fence pliers provide comfortable operation and reliable performance.

 

Heavy pliers made especially for working on fences that used staples andwooden posts. Such pliers had the capability of cutting barbed wire, heavyjaws flattened so they could be used to drive in staples that had workedpartway out of the posts, and pincer-like prongs on the side of the jaws sothat staples driven into posts could be gripped and pulled out if the wirewas to be removed from the posts.


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