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The last thing you bought?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Mr Allen, Mar 27, 2016.

  1. Nitro

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    I have one too :)

    I want both of these:

    adjustable.jpg flexclaw.jpg stewart.jpg
     
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    Lucky for me I wasn't on a ladder with this one. No more crappy tools.
     
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    The adjustable claw on the Craftsman hammer makes it more versatile.
    It has a magnetic nail holder that eases one handed use.

    The Stewart has a front nail puller that can also be used to twist studs for better alignment.
     
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    Yep I'm going to take it back and get a higher one tomorrow.
     
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    20190909_132200.jpg

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    Haus
     
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    20190909_132307.jpg 20190909_131631.jpg 20190909_131742.jpg 20190909_132249.jpg 20190909_132112.jpg

    The adjustable step on this tool eliminates the need for a cribbing block for removing long nails.

    It can also double as a stud twister or a wrench.
     
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    Now I get it Nitro, thanks for explaining.
     
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    22CA012F-37B1-4FFB-B56B-9EE56EC4CF38.png 305C5169-72A1-4908-B456-447F9BFB0DC2.jpeg These are not the last things I bought, but I carry these-

    Deluge
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    Stiletto- the Stiletto has a titanium head. The titanium and wood handle does a magnificent job at helping reduce shock and recoil in aiding in reducing overuse injury. The Stilettos are expensive though!
     
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    An L.O.L. Sparkle Surprise, and a soft cuddly doll of Duke Caboom from Toy Story 4.
     
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    Went apple picking today at an orchard. Picked two pails full of apples, lobo's, cortlands and yellow transparents. Also purchased two pumpkins, two zucchini, acorn, butternut, and patty pan squash at a nearby road stand.

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    Two manicure sets
     
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    I just got back from a visit to a local "geek" convention, and I brought with me Ness and Paula from Earthbound/Mother 2, made out of pixel beads. 20190922_155135.jpg
     
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    A new car cover for my Jeep
     
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    A couple of furry, colorful toys for my cats.
    A couple of Animal Jam figures at the dollar store.
    Two packages of air-dying clay, one pink and one blue.
    Some pork strips at the grocery store for stir fry.
     
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    Dog food and heartworm prevention meds.
     
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