A PF70A ratchet. 3/8 drive. Date code 1936. As a P stamped in front of the F. (there are other models like this also). The Only difference in this and a F70A is the detent ball has been replaced with a pin. Has the large paw used in the later F70A. It is not listed in any cat, including the 38 supplemental.
Snap on F7 with a 1/4 square opening. Date code 1929. Not in the cats. probably a refrigeration rat.
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Owatonna double ell handle 1/2" drive, wartime
We are unable to make out the model number on these pliers. The handles each are stamped with 3 digit codes: F 7 2 and Z 3 2. Their meaning is unknown.
These pliers were intended to be the Linesman's "Multi-tool." They incorporate Button's cutters, both flat and rounded gripping surfaces, ,and flat tip screwdriver and awl tips on the handles
Snap on RF720 refrigeration repurposed. These usually are 1/4 female, but this one has been converted to a regular 3/8 drive rat. Date code 1980. 30 teeth.
Snap on F671 3/8 drive round head Canada version. Date code 1964. Only shows up in the 62 cat. Has 20 teeth , The F671 USA verison is different. The Canada version is one inch shorter and the handle is a little different. These are very hard to find..
the No PF87 industrial ratchet. Open Face. These show up in the 37 industrial cat, but were probably made earlier. Last seen in the 63 industrial cat, but probably in other 60's industrial cats., Have not seen a date code on these, This one does have "Made in USA" stamp. Anything you can add would help.
The handle includes broaching for a 1/2" 6 point.
The handle includes broachings for several refridgeration unit fasteners, including 3/16 square, 5/16 square, 1/4 square, and 1/2 double-hex.
Snap on F70A 3/8 drive with a pin selector switch. Date code 1935. The F70A Shows up in the 34-36 cats. Has faceplate and head with screws. Faceplate has bigger pin hole for the paw.
Snap on F70A 3/8 drive with a pin selector switch. Date code 1934. The F70A Shows up in the 34-36 cats. Has faceplate and head with screws. like the more modern rats.. Faceplate has slightly bigger pin hole for the paw than the fitted plate. Both have the 34 code.