Although I am using it for over 10 years, it is easy to use and useful when pulling large and small sizes.
Because the tip is thin and thin, it is easier to remove the nail considerably than other manufacturer's things.
I will cut off the nail punched part without using it, so I want a line-up of things without a nail pull out part. Also, if there is a thing without a nail punching section in the lineup, I would like to know. Or, I want you to make it easy to understand.
Used to remove thin nails such as re-replacing the ceiling in a Japanese style room.
On 2010-04-08 18:29:04
Anyway, the classic bean barrel is durable. I felt that it would be nice if the red one slept a little more angle if I wanted one. (About 80 degrees instead of right angle) When a bar is right-angle, when trying to catch it on the nail head, the nail does not get under the nail head unless it bails over the bar more than the right angle, but the member gets in the way Since it is often that Barre can not be defeated over there, and when it is not right angle and power is not transmitted properly when clapping it at the university, the angle is changed so that the point to be knocked at the angel is changed to be perpendicular to the tip Doing, then when burying the bars under the nail heads, the bars themselves do not tilt beyond and can be at an angle of about vertical.