Acrylic Dawgpaw tool grip

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Preparation takes 1-2 weeks
Arrives from the United States

Made in Richmond, Texas

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The Dawgpaw tool grip is made to make your tooling experience better. Are you having a hard time holding that thin tool let me help with the dawgpaw tool grip. We Can make them in custom colors. Made from acrylic blanks.
Turned on a lathe.

*** shapes and size will very with each order no two are alike.

** custom orders welcome.

* these fit any 1/4 or smaller shaft leather tools as of now working on new sizes. And other brands of tools.

* the set screw is 10-24 1/4

* fit any 1/4 inch or smaller shaft leather tools.

* 3/32 Allen tool for the set screw

Thanks for looking enjoy your Dawgpaw tool grip.

    Average review
    I love these things I bought 2 to try them out bought 4 more. I highly recommend these if you spend time tooling leather. Thanks Saltydawg for making tools for this trade.
    Oct 27, 2017 by Louis Escamilla
    These grips are good quality and work great!
    Aug 2, 2016 by Randy Holmes

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Preparation takes 1-2 weeks
Arrives from the United States
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The standard shipping is USPS first class mail. All domestic purchases will have delivery confirmation and a tracking number. Shipping within the US and Canada only.

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All of our merchandise is purchased, found or made by us personally. All items are sold in "as is" condition. The item(s) described and pictured is what you will receive. We do our best to give accurate descriptions and provide the best pictures possible. If you need more pictures or information to make a better informed purchase decision, please ask and we will respond promptly with information requested.

**Please have your ring size confirmed before placing an order. Small changes in ring sizes make a BIG difference. The ring will not fit properly if you guesstimate.**

Additional policies

We've all experienced a green or black finger thanks to our jewelry at one time or another. People often assume they have a skin allergy. While this can certainly be a reason, it's not always the case. Depending on what metals were used in making the coin, when made into a ring it can cause a reaction on your skin, especially in areas where you perspire the most.

Copper is a frequent culprit that causes green skin. It's an inexpensive metal that is found in many coins, making it a popular choice for coin rings. But once copper oxidizes, it will release natural acids giving you that green ring finger. Coin rings with a low copper content do not normally cause staining. If the coin ring is solid copper or contains a high percentage of copper, it's difficult to avoid the oxidation that causes staining. Rest assured, the stains are harmless and can be removed with soap and water. Copper / nickel clad coin rings are plated. This plating is not very thick and will wear off allowing the copper underneath to react as stated above. Best Advice: Try to wear high content copper rings less or only for a few hours a day. An easy solution is to apply a bit of clear nail polish on the band to slow down the effects.

Allergic reactions: There is no way for us to be 100% certain how anyone will react to a certain material until they try wearing it. Nickel is the frequent cause of allergic reactions. If a person knows for certain they have a nickel sensitivity or allergy, or they find that they tend to react to any metal, then we would suggest they choose a coin ring made from an alternate material. Stop wearing any jewelry that causes an allergic reaction.

**LEATHER **Every piece of leather absorbs dye differently. Your product may look slightly different than the one shown here. Only real leather is used in my products and you will never find cardboard or plastic fillers.

As long as you are not altering the coin to commit fraud (trying to use the coins as legal tender after being altered), then it is perfectly legal. According to the United States Code, Title 18, Part I, Chapter 17.33, i