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Hastings Hold Card Tagging Tool

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Hastings Hold Card Tagging Tool

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$15.00
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  • Manufactured from bright safety yellow thermoplastic
  • Tagging tool is dielectric and contains no metal parts
  • Non-metallic hook can be installed over most hardware and it will retain shape with spring like memory
  • Duckbill hook design makes installation with hot sticks quick and easy
  • Molded in eye for easy installation using all models of shotgun sticks
  • Molded in eye for attachment of holding cards with cords or straps
  • Molded in hooks for attachment of hold cards with metal grommets

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-H-1000
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 1 to 5 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty Yes
Specification No
Manufacturer Hastings

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