Good end cutters serve many purposes in a shop. You can trim screws to length for thin stock. You can cut wire or nails nearly flush (within 1/32" of a surface). You can even pull nails in antique furniture.
Even though they look like nail pullers, they should be used only on small nails and brads because the jaws are hardened specifically for cutting. And that is something they do better than any other end cutters on the market. They are expensive, but they are also the best available — a lifetime investment. 8” long.
Made in USA.
Note: Not for hardened steel. Usually, the only hardened fasteners in a shop are some drywall screws.