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Customer Reviews for "FREE SHIPPING - Milwaukee Cutting Shears - 120 Volt, 14 Gauge, 4000 SPM, 5 Amp, Model# 6815"

"FREE SHIPPING - Milwaukee Cutting Shears - 120 Volt, 14 Gauge, 4000 SPM, 5 Amp, Model# 6815"

Item# M0294
"This fast-cutting 14-gauge Shear can handle the toughest jobs - even cuts stainless steel up to 16 gauge Scroll cuts are a snap with the easy-to-hold back handle design. Easily adjusted blades make for easy work adjustment. The Milwaukee cutting shear will leave a smooth, burr-free edge, ready to be finished. A handy tool for metal working, and can be used for any metal fabrication application. Amps 5, Cutting Capacity Steel gauge 14, Strokes Per Minute SPM 4,000, Volts 120, Cordless No, Cutting Capacity Stainless Steel gauge 16. Clear unobstructed visibility Cuts close curves either left or right Blade design eliminates jamming Blade adjustment requires no shims Leaves a smooth, burr-free edge Includes Allen wrench, feeler gauge, upper blade and lower blade"
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Customer Reviews for "FREE SHIPPING - Milwaukee Cutting Shears - 120 Volt, 14 Gauge, 4000 SPM, 5 Amp, Model# 6815"
Review 1 for "FREE SHIPPING - Milwaukee Cutting Shears - 120 Volt, 14 Gauge, 4000 SPM, 5 Amp, Model# 6815"
Overall Rating:
4 / 5
4 / 5

Works Well

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September 18, 2014
By popcornpirate
from Florham Park, NJ
"Used this product on 18 gage Stainless Steel...it works well and has not been a problem"
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Review 2 for "FREE SHIPPING - Milwaukee Cutting Shears - 120 Volt, 14 Gauge, 4000 SPM, 5 Amp, Model# 6815"
Overall Rating:
4 / 5
4 / 5

14 gauge shear

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March 21, 2011
By bikrbill
from Walla Walla WA
"Cuts 20 gauge mild steel like butter. 16 gauge mild is about the tops I would try though. 14 gauge would be really pushing it. Takes 2 hands to steer accurately so better clamp your metal down. Needs to be running before lining up the cut since the start-up torque will kick the tool to the side every time. Still a good value for money and beats hand snips by a mile. I've cut several hundred feet of 20 and 18 gauge mild steel and still on the original blades. Another hit from Milwaukee."
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