Those are rare? I'm sure they don't make 'em like they used to, but...
(Amazon.com product link shortened)40244723/sr=1-28/ref=sr_1_28/103-3045814-5698243?%5Fencoding=UTF8&v=glance&n"8013
Hate to burst your bubble here but each and every link you posted
leads to a tool with straight blades inline with their handles. The
ebay link shows a tool with the blades 60° OFFSET from the handles.
Using the straight bladed tool, try turning a 90° flange in an opening
smaller than the length of the tool.
You're right in one aspect, they sure dont make them like they used
to. Got anymore links?
Don H. Retirement is worth the wait.
"The problem with being retired is that you never know what day it is, what
time it is, where you're supposed to be, or what you're supposed to be
doing. It's a lot like working for the government."
From "Over the Hill and On a Roll" by Bob Phillips
Hand made seamer, made for the union. That sure would be a rare find.
However, as I'm not a collector, I'll continue my drab, boring life. And
continue to use the seamer I got which was made by Vise Grip.
Christopher A. Young
You can\'t shout down a troll.
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