the Nashorn by BPM

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Kalinovsky
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Re: the Nashorn by BPM

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granty101 wrote: 09 Jan 2021, 07:49
CarlL wrote: 07 Jan 2021, 18:38 That's clear, Grant.
I have a wire cutter that's similar.
How much do these retail for?
All best
CarlL
Carl, you can get them from a fiver to about fifteen quid, depending upon which manufacturer you buy.

Google 'Side cutters' ...see what comes up

Grant
Apart from a pin vice and really sharp scalpel blades the most useful tool you can get.
NTM
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Re: the Nashorn by BPM

Post by NTM »

I got a set of these from Hobbycraft quite recently wish I'd had some 40 years ago

https://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/side-cutte ... ery=Cutter
CarlL
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Re: the Nashorn by BPM

Post by CarlL »

Thanks for posting NTM,
this ad photo is same device as my wire cutters!! (for DIY and cutting spears / lances / standard poles from florist or piano wire!!)
;)
CarlL
NTM
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Re: the Nashorn by BPM

Post by NTM »

Carl

Doesn't surprise me I just bought the cheapest set they had. There are a few other types which cost a bit more but these work for me. Also buy a lot of my hobby tools from rhe Range they have small drill bits, needle files etc for just a quid or two a pack.

Nigel
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