October 8, 2008

Artillery Tools to Release New Attachments

artillery_blade.gifWe are all in favor of the Artillery Bar. We gave it a positive review a while back and since then have only grown to like it more and more. We trash a ceiling, a decks, and a subfloor with it and it is currently in the hands of a friend who is taking a dormer off. Now, to make the tool even more functional, Artillery Tools is taking pre-orders for a number of new attachments set to be released very soon.

The new attachments are:

  • 25" Fiberglass Handle
  • Ball Grip and Cap
  • Deck Blade
  • Staple and Finish Nail Blade
  • 8" Blade (pictured)
  • Deck Fulcrum
  • Rebar Bender Head
  • Buried Nail Blade

Of these, the Rebar Bender and the Buried Nail Blade look to be the most interesting. The attachments range in price from $20 (Ball Grip) to $55 (Rebar Bender).

At the moment, the new attachments aren't on the website (except for the 8" blade), but if you're interested in more information, go to the contact page and drop Joe a line. He's a great guy and he'd be happy to hear from you.

At Artillery Tools

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at October 8, 2008 5:00 AM

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