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Craftsman Scratch Awl

Item# 00941028000P | Model# 41028 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman Scratch Awl
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Every Home or Shop Needs a Craftsman Awl Professionals and hobbyists will appreciate the many facets of this Craftsman scratch awl. Whether you are working on wood, plastic or metal, this awl will make the marks and indentations you need to complete your job. The heat-treated alloy-steel blade is satin-nickel plated to create a finish that will resist rust and corrosion for many years of use. The butyrate handle is made to be chemical resistant for longer wear and designed to offer you a secure grip while also being comfortable to handle which is important for long or tedious projects. This handy Craftsman awl is the right size for intricate projects with an assembled height of 5 ½ inches. The two-inch handle fits comfortably in your hands so you can get a good grip on this tool when you need precision and accuracy. The 3 ½" shaft gives you the length you need for projects that require heavy marking or for areas that may be hard to reach with a shorter shaft.

  • This Craftsman scratch awl is a versatile tool that has many uses beyond material marking and grooving
  • Comes to a sharp point for jobs that require heavy marking
  • Comes with a chemical-resistant butyrate handle to give you a secure and comfortable grip
  • Fitted with an alloy-steel blade which has been heat treated to give you the strength you need
  • The blade is plated with a satin-nickel finish to keep this tool functioning at its best and to avoid corrosion
  • The handle is labeled for your convenience
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By tuned944
May 2nd, 2011
I Love Scratch Awls - Especially This One

How many hammers do you have? How many flat-head screwdrivers?

Probably more than one. Right?

Thats because they are each a little different and are designed to serve a different and specific needs.

Are Scratch Awls different? Of course not!

You may have read my review of the Craftsman Professional Scratch Awl. I love that Awl. But this little guy serves a different purpose. I use my Professional Awl for marking witness marks and lines on my wood stock. The shape of the Pro series lends itself better to acting like a pencil.

This Craftsman Awl is much stubbier. It works well for marking starter holes for drilling and driving screws. The short shaft allows you to place the handle in the palm of your hand allowing for a great deal of force to be applied to the tool. It even works well for making starter holes in hard woods like Oak and Hickory.

I think you'll love both of these awls as much as I do, but if nothing else I have given you another excellent excuse to by another tool. No thanks are necessary.

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By rvogel777
July 20th, 2017
Bought, picked up, but given "better" item

So, how do I review this awl.....I purchased this exact item online for pickup at Sears, received email that it was available for pickup, stopped at the store (30 minutes from my home) on the way home from my in-laws, and was handed a different awl. On the back, they wrote in pen "More expensive Sub, out of stock". The Awl I got is a wooden handle General brand one (model 818). Not poorly rated on that other retail website, but NOT the awl I wanted. Made in China (not sure where the Craftsman Awl is made). Yes, I could have not accepted it, or I could go and return it (even if the drive is 30 minutes), but I got it during a Friends and Family Sale which is now over. And I would like to have the tool now. So I took it. As I started out by saying, I wish I could review the Awl I originally ordered, but I can't.

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