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These pullers do one thing exceptionally well – remove nails, even deeply embedded ones. Their unique design combines the leverage of a cat's paw pry with the grip of pliers.
The thin, sharp nose of the forward jaws is easily worked under flush or projecting nail heads, and by driving the rear strike face with a hammer, they can be used to dig out deeply set nails. Rear jaws provide an alternative grip point useful when pulling a long fastener. The underside of the jaws is a curved plane for mechanical advantage with minimal surface damage.
A spring hinge automatically sets the jaws at the ready, helping speed work when you have a lot of nails to pull. The 8-1/2" Nail Hunter has concave inside jaw faces to accommodate finishing nail heads, and a nose fine enough to remove staples. The heftier 11" Nail Jack's jaws are toothed at the hinge for greater grip, and are cupped to accommodate heads on larger fasteners such as framing nails.
Remarkably effective, these are powerful nail removers.