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Estwing Gad Pry Bar


Estwing Gad Pry Bar

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Estwing Gad Pry Bar (GP-18)

Estwing's new Gad Pry Bar, introduced Nov 1, 2011, is designed for the serious rockhound. Use it to break rock, chip rock or pry rocks apart. This tool is designed to help you get those stubborn finds home.

There are two polished hammer faces so that not only is this tool a Gad Pry Bar but it's also a chisel.

The Estwing Gad Pry Bar is forged tool steel with I-beam construction. 18 in long to pry out that elusive sample.

Light weight and multipurpose so you can carry less into, and more back from, your rockhounding trip.

A Gfeller sheath is available for this gad/pry bar.
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