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Estwing "Pro Claw" RSC Bar

Estwing "Pro Claw" RSC Bar

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Made in USA · Estwing ~ Since 1923

  • All one drop-forged piece from fine tool steel
  • Heavy duty & stout - 2-1/2 lb
  • 16" overall length
  • Three-in-one nail puller
  • Rounded head on nail puller improves leverage
  • Solid surface on head may be used as a hammer
  • Durable & coated finish
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  • This solid drop-forged American-made pry bar is a great & stout bar excellent for roofing, siding, & many multi-purpose construction projects. The special curved end has a thin blade with a 2 1/2" fulcrum giving it a higher lift than most other bars. It is very useful for multiple projects including pulling nails, prying, shingles, sheeting, downspouts, gutters, scraping, moulding, lifting, & many other tasks. It is especially excellent for the removal of nails with it's Japanese-style 90° angled paw, the V-shaped slot, or the steep curved & flared tail end. This steep angle tail end enables the tool to lift & extract a 2-1/2" nail. If you need a hammer, the solid flat surface on the back of the paw can be used to pound smaller nails as well. A great & superior multi-purpose tool. Made in the USA.

    Since 1923, the Estwing family & its employees have taken pride in designing & manufacturing the world's most durable, comfortable & attractive striking & struck tools. All claw hammers, axes, specialty tools & pry bars are manufactured to the highest possible standards & offer a true value to both tradesmen & craftsmen alike.

  • Product
    Nail Puller Head Size
    Flared End Width
    Overall Length Weight Model #
    Estwing Roofing, Siding, & Contractor Bar 3 - 1/4" 2 - 1/2" 16" 2 - 1/2 lb


    For California Residents:

    WARNING: Cancer & Reproductive Harm -

    WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to