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DESCRIPTION:ATI AT540 Screw Knocker Removal Tool Woodpecker 401 shank rivet gun tool Used. This had the last owners name or number engraved on it and that has been removed and has left a small bare spot. This is a 3/8 square drive end, and if you have used one of these before, when used it causes the socket retaining ball to become loose or fall out, this is the same, it will not old the socket in place when turned upside down.
I have several of these to list so the one shown may not be the one shipped all are in the same condition. .
Specifications: Here is what the maker says about this:
Also called a "Screw Knocker", "Woodpecker", or "Nut Buster", this tool is used to remove screws, bolts, nuts, etc. that are corroded or cannot be loosened by conventional methods. Fits all rivet guns with a .401 Parker Taper shank. Please NoteThe Screw Knocker accepts 3/8" square drive sockets and tooling. Drop forged from tool grade steel and hardened to 45 Rockwell. .
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