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This is another tool I think you should own. Now I want you to look at it and keep in mind you must tell us how it used or what it is for, just a name will not do.

For 100 Points, what is it?

Take a close look...... and look to see the size on the 8 1/2" x 11" sheet....

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Japanese Nail Puller with Pry Bar End:

Combination pry bar/nail puller is the best tool for removing molding or old hardware and for prying apart thin boards. Also works great for aligning windows and doors during installation, removing carpet strips, staples, and even doubles as a scraper to strip away old paint and smooth rough surfaces.
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Japanese Nail Puller with Pry Bar End:

Combination pry bar/nail puller is the best tool for removing molding or old hardware and for prying apart thin boards. Also works great for aligning windows and doors during installation, removing carpet strips, staples, and even doubles as a scraper to strip away old paint and smooth rough surfaces.
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I'm not so sure about the Japanese part of that but you do know how it is used. A word on safety...... I keep the guard on the blade unless I'm using that part of it, I've hurt myself several times..... can you say sharp!!!!

A very handy tool!

Another 100 points on the way

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