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Rogers-Bateman press shear


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Default Rogers-Bateman press shear

I don't know if anyone else uses these little press shears, I do mostly 1/4 flat iron and they work really well for my needs. I was wondering if anyone ever made a holder for them to use the more common tapper headed punches like Edward sells? Mine use the old straight turret punch kind that are very hard to find unless you have them custom made and that is pretty pricey. Also, the punches like to pull out because its just a set screw in a very shallow ring that holds them so that is kind of a pain also. Its going to be a tight fit but I might try to make a new holder but thought I would ask if anyone had done this first? THanks
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