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For the Snap On fan boys.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Oldarmy, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. Oldarmy

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    Saw this on Armslist NH today. Never saw one before and thought it was interesting. I wonder how permanent it is, anyone likey? 9394864_01_m_p_9mm_snap_on_640.jpg
     
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  2. BUMPA01603

    BUMPA01603 NES Member

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    Love Snap-on Tools but I also like all-black hand guns. Fanboys should look into these, a friend has a set and they are awesome, absolute razors.

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  3. skiro98

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    A snap on M&P?
    What’s it cost - $2500?
     
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  4. Oldarmy

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    Think the guy was asking $ 350
     
  5. snax

    snax NES Member

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    Looks like my Milwaukee 12v drill
     
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    $50 a week for 50 weeks.
     
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  7. Tarsook

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    A guy at work got AIDS from having relations with another man and this gun is gayer than that.
     
  8. snax

    snax NES Member

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    But you can hide it in plain sight.
    I've had 2 car break ins over the years. Both times the tools were untouched.
    Went after my $50 walmart stereo in one break in and left the $150 Makita circular saw.
    Othet break in I still don't know what they took.
    You see... tools represent work to these low lifes... which they have an aversion to.
     
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    Laughs! How true. Snap-On tools are nice but not that nice
     
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    Turns out, after seeing that pic, I’m not the Snap-On fan boy I thought I was.
     
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  11. enbloc

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    I see it comes in metric (9mm), how about SAE? (.45acp)
     
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    Not bad. Little pricey though. Is there a harbor freight option?
     
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    Yes, Hi-Point
     
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    Lorcin
     
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    Oh, I thought this was a adult toy for girls
     
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    Would a Snap-On Tool AR be legal by the AG?
     
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    So the Snap On truck is now a mobile FFL. f***ing genius!!!
     
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    there is still mobile tool trucks?
     
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    lmao considering its on a much cheaper than its class host....

    That's like a louis vuitton hi point.... [rofl]
     
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    Ya,but you get a snappy satin jacket for free !
     
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    My car is a manual, another version of "antitheft" device. Older Hondas are apparently high on the list for some reason, I could probably leave my keys on the dash and it would go unmolested. I'm not QUITE stupid enough to try, but I probably could...
     
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    yeah but it has a lifetime warranty [wink]
     
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    No, but you may be able to find a pre-ban DeWalt

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    Milwaukee Gun.jpg
     
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    THAT IS my Milwaukee 12v drill. No, Wait.. is that a....GUN?! Call maura, I bet that's illegal in MA like my miniature AK-47 lighter.


    .....falae alarm. 18v mag. Not compatible with the rest of my tools.
    Probably a NiCd POS with a 8 minute run time.
     
  27. Dennis in MA

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    I'll take the Harbor Freight Hi-Point. LOL
     
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    I am skeptical of companies that purport to have a "lifetime" warranty, but also include an "original sales slip required". SnapOn and Weathertech have this, though my understanding is the tool truck guys may overlook it for SnapOn, I have heard of Weathertech denying warranty claims on stuff they clearly made because of lack of a receipt. I consider this weaselism.
     
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    In 40+ years I've never had to show a sales slip to a Snap On vendor. Broken...here's a new one.
     
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    We have tools at work from the late seventies early eighties never a problem getting them replaced. No receipts, wouldn't know where to begin to look for them. They never have asked.
     

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