Stock Pusher

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The Master Pusher for screw machining barstock features one-way motion, a gripping design by the tool steel internal pads and a free return stroke. The results, say the company, are longer pad life and freedom from scratches on the stock. The pusher is said to be easy to load, and the company says tension is easily adjustable, with no special tools required. Useful for long-run or long feed-out work, the stock pushers can handle round and hex stocks from 1/4" to 2 1/2".

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