Wouldn't it be a G-cramp in the UK?
noun: cramp; plural noun: cramps
a painful, involuntary contraction of a muscle or muscles, typically caused by fatigue or strain.
"he suffered severe cramps in his foot"
synonyms: muscle/muscular spasm, pain, shooting pain, pang, stitch; hyperkinesis
abdominal pain caused by menstruation.
a tool, typically shaped like a capital G, for clamping two objects together for gluing or other work.
a metal bar with bent ends for holding masonry together.
"James Wilkinson" wrote in message
I've always called this a G clamp in the UK, do Americans all say C clamp?
Or is there a subtle difference in the shape?
You mean you don't know!!! "G" clamp is Female and "C" clamp is male
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