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    Re: What is this tool??

    The tool that I was thinking of is a Pantograph.
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    Re: What is this used for?

    Gizmo,
    The tool in the first link is exactly the one that I have. The tools pictured in the 2nd link are not like mine. I just wish that they would have described its use related to having two jaws....
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    Re: What is this used for?

    I just received an answer about this tool from the company that manufactures Sargent. It is a wire cutter which has been discontinued. They didn't explain the double jaws.
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    Re: What is this tool??

    It looks like a type of tool used in drafting to enlarge or reduce the size of a drawing. Depending on where the pivoting point is locked, you would trace over a drawing with one end of the...
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    Re: What is this used for?

    I can not find a patent number or any numbers on the pliers, but I checked the link that Gizmo gave and found a page showing a pliers that looks very similar. I have emailed the company and am...
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    Re: What is this used for?

    I was also thinking that it may be to cut wire, but the jaws surfaces are not sharp like a blade, but are cut flat. Also there are two set of jaws that close at the same time. Where wire cutters have...
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    What is this used for?

    I found this in some tools that were my late fathers. It was damaged in Hurricane Katrina. Does anyone know what it is used for?

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