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Larry Schmid Fishing Pliers Holiday Special - $75.00 till Christmas!

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Larry Schmid Fishing Pliers

 

These are $75.00 up until Christmas. List is $95.00

 

$75.00 + Shipping for the Holiday Season!

 

These pliers are forged from aircraft grade aluminum with stainless jaw inserts to limit corrosion and maintain a hard surface over continued use. The cutting blades are tungsten carbide and will keep their edge cutting through most grades of wire, mono, braid, and with care; light guage hook materials. Spring loaded.

 

The pouch, made exclusively for Larry, is constructed of heavy top grain cowhide saddle leather. The stitching is nylon which lasts longer than cotton or polyester. The front is pre-molded to fit pliers and maintain it's shape and also come with a safety strap to hold pliers in place. Laynyard included.

A high quality and great looking set of pliers priced well below comparable sets.

Perfect for the boat or surf belt and makes a great Holiday gift!

 

Pliers may be purchased here:

http://shop.larryschmid.com/Larry-Schmid-Custom-Fishing-Pliers-with-Leather-Pouch-Pliers.htm

 

 

 

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If you rinse the pliers and sheath with fresh water when you rinse your other equipment.....add neatsfoot oil to the leather from time to time......wipe the snap with WD every once in a while......the sheath will last a very long time.

The stiching on my sheath is also made from nylon.

 

I also feel that the leather sheaths are better looking than the nylon ones., and when the leather gets worn it has a certain character that you will not find with nylon. One man's opinion.

 

When you compare my set above to the VS pliers (which are nice pliers!) I think you will find an affordable alternative to a $300.00 + set of pliers.

 

Thanks,

 

Larry

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These are the best pliers I have ever owned. And, they don't pinch your hand like a lot of them do. Cut braid to hooks. Second season on them and they look like the day I got them.

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