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Good nippers


#1

I wrote this yesterday but it didn’t show up (this will explain
two similar postings). I have been using Lindstrom nippers from
Gesswein for years. They cost $45.00 a pair. The problem is they
really don’t hold up, and although I really use them, I don’t
abuse them. They are great for tight places and nipping prongs
etc., but they tend to chip and crack before their time. I am
looking for some really primo little nippers. One of you must
know of a super durable brand. This is where I say something
about , If they can put a man on the moon…

Mark P.

And why can’t they make unbreakable sawblades?


#2

Hi Mark,

You know you can resharpen lindstrom with a cut off disc. Jim
alpine@hay.net


#3

Hi,

An old used diamond disk (fine grit) works even better. With
practice, you can even sharpen your old Bard-Parker blades.

Regards,

Skip

                                  Skip Meister
                                NRA Endowment and
                                   Instructor
                                @Skip_Meister
                                06/07/9710:36:47

#4
You know you can resharpen lindstrom with a cut off disc.  Jim >>

This will sound stupid but I never tried that. I appreciate that
little coment more than you know. Thanks

Mark P.


#5

Hi Mark,

Your welcome. About your saw blade problem did you know you
can put back together. There a new cold fusion solder put out
by the Royal New Zealand Foundry for this purpose. John Burgess
told me about it and sent some to Canada. Ask him about it. "A"
Jim


#6

OK John,

There a new cold fusion solder put out by the Royal New Zealand
Foundry for this purpose. John Burgess told me about it and sent
some to Canada.

What’s the info on this stuff: applications, short commings,
cost, where can we get it, etc? Sounds like what the world’s
been waiting for!

TIA for the info.

Dave