Here is another post in my amateur ?What is it?? tools thre ad. As usual, I will try to answer questions about their composition, size and how they can move. Pictures are provided via Dropbox. L. Flynn
rrated projections on the bowl-like end are sharp but not razor sharp. The inner hole of the bowl is also sharp.
closed position. It creates two cylinders with inner diameters of approxima tely 3/8 of an inch. There are numbers, warnings and a name stamped into th e metal. I have hidden them in the pictures but will provide them as hints if the tool is not recognized.
POST14_TOOL55. This tool is clearly in the metal plyers? family. It is almost 8 inches long. The jaws have a rubbery red plastic coating. The set screw can be adjusted to limit the closed position of the jaws anywhere
inch. The edges of the jaws are concave/convex.
POST14_TOOL56. These two metal tools are approximately 3 inches long. They both have removable screw-on parts on one of their ends with holes passing through them. There is a small cavity inside each even when they are fully screwed on. They both have solid points at the other end. The black steel p oint on the end of the brass one is removable as well.