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New Mora Pro Series & Basic Knives

The MoraKniv Pro S Stainless Steel Knife

Mora gave these knives an impact resistant handle with a new, larger, geometry that fits even better in your hand. The finger guard has been developed to optimize safety. The blades have a perfect balance between length and width, which gives a better experience when using the knife. The carefully chosen knife steel is hardened in Mora, Sweden according to a secret recipe. Knife with a flexible blade for cable stripping, cutting rubber and silicone. Perfect to cut away the silicone joints in bathrooms and kitchens. The blade is made of carefully selected stainless steel that maintains its sharpness longer and can withstand a higher load on the blade. The Morakniv Pro S has a wider blade for harder usage. The stainless steel blade is about 3 5/8″ long, 7/8″ wide, and .080″ thick. The knife weighs about 3 ounces, or just over 4 ounces in the sheath.

The MoraKniv Pro C Carbon Steel Knife

The Morakniv Pro C has a wider blade for harder usage. The carbon steel blade is about 3 5/8″ long, 7/8″ wide, and .080″ thick. The knife weighs about 3 ounces, or just over 4 ounces in the sheath.

The MoraKniv Basic 546

The Morakniv Basic 546 is an all around utility knife with a stainless steel blade about 3 5/8″ long, 3/4″ wide, and .080″ thick.The knife weighs about 2 3/4 ounces, or 3 3/4 ounces in the sheath. The handle is noticably larger than the old 546, and will be more comfortable for those with larger hands.

The MoraKniv Basic 511

The Morakniv Basic 511 is an all around utility knife with a carbon steel blade about 3 5/8″ long, 3/4″ wide, and .080″ thick.The knife weighs about 2 3/4 ounces, or 3 3/4 ounces in the sheath. The handle is noticably larger than the old 511, and will be more comfortable for those with larger hands.

MoraKniv Stainless Steel Flex Knife

MoraKniv® Stainless Steel FLEX Knife. Blade thickness: 1.3MM. Blade length: 88MM. Total length: 203MM.

MoraKniv Pro Stainless Steel Precision Knife

MoraKniv Pro Stainless Steel Precision Knife. Blade thickness: 2,0MM. Blade length: 75MM. Total length: 191MM.

MoraKniv Pro Chisel Knife

MoraKniv Pro Chisel Knife. Thickness: 3,1MM. Blade Length: 75MM. Total Length: 193MM.

MoraKniv Pro Electrician's Knife

MoraKniv Pro Electrician’s Knife. A special knife for electricians with a special feature for cable stripping. With double-ground spur for both lefties and righties. The blade has an integrated ergonomic finger guard that provides a safe handling and that prevents injuries. With blade of stainless steel – a steel of highest quality with a very good edge retention, a sharpness that you do not normally find in stainless steel and a hardness of 57 HRC. Blade Thickness: 1,4MM. Blade Length: 21MM. Total Length: 154MM.

Hello, kitty.

Special promotional offer! Hello Kitty is releasing a new line of industrial hand tools. For a limited time only, you will receive a FREE Hello Kitty Candy Compact with the purchase of one of their 60″ pipe wrenches, hand reamers or reciprocating saws. In store purchases only. Must be 3 years or older to win.

New Mora Robust Pro Series

Mora has released a new Pro Series Mora Robust Knife. The carbon steel blade is about 3 5/8″ long, 7/8″ wide and .130″ (over 1/8″) thick. The weight of the blade and handle balance nicely. The knife weighs about 3 1/2 ounces, or just over 4 1/2 ounces in the sheath.

New Klein Wire Stripper Closeout!

Klein Bent Wire Stripper 14/2

New closeouts on Klein Wire Strippers. Patented 90 degree bent nose allows for easy work in confined spaces. Quickly removes outer jacket of Romex® Cable. Strips, cuts, and loops 14 AWG solid wire and 18 AWG stranded wire. Cleanly shears 6-32 & 8-32 screws. Serrated nose bends, shapes and pulls wire. Overall Length: 7-3/8” (187 mm).

A holiday message from Mr. T.

Osborne Rawhide Mauls

C.S. Osborne Rawhide 3 Lb Mauls

3 Lb C.S. Osborne Rawhide Mauls. Well balanced and built to last. The water buffalo hides are uniquely treated for maximum durability and shock absorbance. Easy to handle, they strike square and deliver controlled dead blows. Used with tarp, tent, awning, canvas, sail making, tool & die shops, leather crafting, cutting dies, etc. The laminated heads are specially compressed between 2 brass flanges, connected to a lacquered oak handle by an internal solid steel rod. Diameter of head: 3″. Length of head: 1-3/4″. Overall length: 9-1/4″. Weight: 3 lbs.

Osborne Hog Rings & Pliers

hog ring pliers

Curved Open Spring Hog Ring Pliers. Forged steel. Proper deep grooves. Jaws and handles are aligned. Curved vinyl handles with OPEN SPRING. Packed on a display cardboard. Handle style: slight bent.

hog ring pliers

Hog Ring Pliers Bent Open Spring. Forged steel. Proper deeph grooves. Jaws and handles are aligned. Bent vinyl handles with OPEN SPRING. Packed on a display cardboard. Upward 135 degree bent.

hog rings copper

Copper coated hog rings. 14 wire gauge. Packed and sold in boxes of 1,000 pcs. 20mm Sharp Point Rings.

hog rings osborne

Bright finish, low carbon steel, not galvanized, polished. 14 wire gauge. Size 3/4”. Approx 2,000 per box.

osborne hog rings

Bright finish, low carbon steel, not galvanized. 14 wire gauge. Polished 2” overall. Approximately 2,000 hog rings per box.

New Council Tool Velvicut Ax

new council tool velvicut hudson bay axe

The Hudson Bay pattern is believed to have originated in the Biscayan area of Northern Spain and was first used in North America as a trading piece along the fur trade routes. In this new Council Tool Velvicut Axe, we took a traditional Hudson Bay pattern and added some length to the poll to improve the tool’s balance. After it is drop forged, the axe head is rough ground in a state-of-the-art robotic work cell. Then the hand work begins: an experienced artisan sharpens the cutting edge using increasingly fine abrasives and then finally with leather stropping. Relative to other patterns, the Hudson Bay has a very short eye length. This reduces the contact area between the head and handle, which can lead to looseness. Using our new and innovative design, we pierce the eye with a special punch forming ribs horizontally and vertically inside the eye. This creates more contact area and bite between the head to handle joint. The result? A stronger and more durable tool. The 19-inch hickory handle (before assembly) is produced from a blank selected for grain orientation and density, making it strong. Our handle pattern features a prominent grip and a slim body that allows the handle to flex a bit, improving its ergonomics. A sharp axe is a safe axe as it is less likely to glance out of the cut. Be assured that this axe has been hand honed by our skilled craftsmen and is ready to use – but is shaped with enough thickness to split campfire wood. All components are made in the USA. Head will last a lifetime, we guarantee it. Forged from 5160 grade alloy steel. “Council” is displayed on one side of the head, and the other is proudly marked “USA”. Bit is heat treated and quenched approximately 1″ inch from the cutting edge, then tempered for maximum edge holding and toughness. Final hardness Rc 52-56. Handle is made of grade “A” American hickory and its traditional pattern embodies the heirloom quality of axes from times gone by. Forged axe head is hung in a traditional manner using a softwood wedge crossed with a steel wedge for added security. Axe head is coated with light oil to prevent rusting and to showcase the exceptional Council Tool craftsmanship. A Linseed oil coating is applied to protect the handle. Premium leather sheath protects the tool and user and features a buckle for fastening, a belt slit and an embossed logo. Like its companion axe, the sheath is made in the USA.

New Leather Working Tools

We are bulking up on our leather tools (thanks to Matt Taddy our resident leather expert). All you see here in this window display (and more) are now available. Most of this stuff comes from C.S. Osborne, a quirky US company that makes tools for various industries, from leather working to meat packing to upholstery. Most of the pertinent leather working tools can now be easily found in our leather working tools section. Some of these are hard to find items such as domestically made snaps, grommets and copper rivets. Others are the tools necessary to punch, set and cut your way through your current leather project.

Along with leather tools and fasteners we are also selling giant shoulders of leather. These shoulders come from Atchison Kansas, and are sent down to Mexico to be tanned. Averaging around 14 square feet, these are trimmed veg tan top grain sheets of leather, ranging from 4/5, 7/8 and 9/10 oz.

Ben’s Harbor Freight Poem

Ben, a customer of ours, stopped by the other day to read us a poem he had written. Enjoy!

We do not like no harbor freight
We do not like it after 8
We do not like it when we’re late
We do not like it in a bind
Especially not when work’s behind

We do not like it in a box
You’re better off just using rocks
Their tools just break right in your hand
Which doesn’t work, when there’s demand…
for jobs done well and done up right.
With harbor freight you’ll have a fight

I and my co-workers concur
Harry Epstein’s we prefer
Their tools are made to pass the test
Into the trash with all the rest
Kennedy boxes are bullet proof…
from basements to the top of roofs

At 8th and Central I declare
You will find the hardest ware
To make your labor bear its fruit
And one more thing I’ll add, to boot…
To keep your hunger pains away
Phoenix lunch across the way