pry bar


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pry bar

A heavy steel bar, pointed at one end and shaped like a chisel at the other end; used for prying.
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The experienced mold-repair technicians on Team 1 grabbed their pry bars, placed them into the pry slots of the mold and began yanking like they were pulling nails from an oak plank.
However, the longer I practice pediatrics the less I find that I need to use a tongue depressor as a pry bar.
Remind all personnel that they should not beat on munitions containers with a pry bar no matter how frustrated they become.
In the dark, one of the intruders, wielding a steel pry bar, jumped him.
99), aided by his faithful search dog for locating people buried in the rubble (the descriptive copy on the box even cites the World Trade Center and Oklahoma City's Murrah Federal Building), Joe bristles with flashlight, fire extinguisher, shovel and pry bar, radio, and canteen, instead of the arsenal of lethal weapons he once carried.
Due to the weight of the slide, it's harder to check the lift of the axis without using a pry bar or similar tool to try to physically lift the axis.
First, arm yourself with the proper tools, including a pry bar and hammer to remove existing trim, a measuring tape, miter saw, coping saw, some finishing nails and a ladder.
But we consider a pry bar to be a basic tool of the burglary trade and we would not trust our guns to anything that can be crowbarred off a stud.
When pulled with a hammer, pry bar or other tool handle, the StripCord strap cuts right through the form wall without harming the surface of the column.
While Brandon used a pry bar on one side of the hub to provide pressure, Ed used a short bar and an 8-lb.
It features a black, textured powder coating, pry bar, wire breaker and lashing points.
Here's a common approach: Pry up one end of each board with a flat pry bar, then use a big pry bar to do most of the work.