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4 in. x 7 in. Brick Set Chisel

$18.97
  • High-grade steel construction is extremely sturdy and durable
  • Heat-treated precision cutting edge gives clean and precise cuts
  • 360 degree handheld handle provides a comfortable grip
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About This Product

The Dasco Pro 4 in. x 7 in. Brick Set gives you clean cuts in cement block, cinder block, patio block and brick. The precision ground cutting edge is heat-treated, making it ideal for many types of masonry work. Made in USA.

Highlights

  • For cutting or shaping brick, cement block, cinder block, or trimming excess mortar
  • Forged from the finest high grade domestic steel for long-lasting use
  • Heat-treated precision ground cutting edge executes fast, clean cuts
  • Target guard offers a 3-3/4 in. circle of protection for your hand from glancing blows and missed hits
  • Target guard features a full 360-degree hand hold for a firm, comfortable grip
  • Meets or exceeds ANSI standards
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Product Information

Internet # 100507480

Model # G437

Store SKU # 541879

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Specifications

Details

Color Family

Blue

Hand Tool Type

Chisel

Individual/Set

Set

Number of Pieces

1

Returnable

90-Day

Tool Set Type

Chisel Sets

Tools Product Type

Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Lifetime Guarantee

Questions & Answers

5Questions
caret
Q:Could I use this tool to remove plaster from brick?
by|Apr 12, 2024
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A:  yes it can

by|Apr 15, 2024
    caret
    Q:How heavy of a hammer/maul would you suggest using with this concrete chisel?
    by|Oct 5, 2021
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    A:  Doesn't matter. It will break your tile no matter how heavy the hammer.

    by|Apr 20, 2024
    1 found this answer helpful

    A:  You should be able to use about any size you want. 40 oz. 48 oz. or even smaller depending on the job you are doing.

    by|Apr 20, 2024
      2 found this answer helpful
      caret
      Q:can you strike this with a regular hammer or is there a special hammer?
      by|Apr 26, 2020
      4 Answers
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      A:  I used with a regular hammer and a rubber mallet. Both worked well

      by|Apr 20, 2024
        1 found this answer helpful

        A:  Regular hammer is fine.

        by|Apr 20, 2024
          1 found this answer helpful

          A:  I used a rubber mallet

          by|Apr 20, 2024
            1 found this answer helpful

            A:  You can strike it with any hammer you want, but it is most effective with a heavy hammer or a mallet.

            by|Apr 20, 2024
            2 found this answer helpful
            caret
            Q:I need to remove a few pavers about 5" square set on concrete. In order to penetrate the depth of about 3-1/2", I would probably need to shave off 1 side of paver to penetrate and demolish concrete underneath. Would this tool work as required, do you think? Hopefully it's sturdy enough.
            by|Sep 22, 2018
            2 Answers
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            A:  This is a great tool for shaving off concrete, but what you really will need is a small demolition hammer with a chisel point. This tool, although would work, will take a very long time to do it since the pavers are set in concrete. This tool will be great for doing the fine work of cleaning up the pavers and the area which they come out of.

            by|Nov 6, 2021
            4 found this answer helpful

            A:  It does not cause a clean break, it breaks it but it will have jagged edges

            by|Nov 6, 2021
              3 found this answer helpful
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              Customer Reviews

              4.1 out of 5

              • 4.1 out of 130 reviews
              • 79% recommend this product
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              Cast Metal?
              The chisel face broke in half after 5 hits into mortar between bricks.
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                Shattered on 6th hit
                It broke after the 6th hit. Shattered into 4 pieces. The only thing left holding it together was the price tag! Useless now!
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                Hammer Forged?
                I'm not a blacksmith, but Im rather certain this is cast and not forged as advertised. Broke while knocking the lips off some diamond block. 1 star for lying.
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                  Weak tool, broke in under ten minutes.
                  Good weight, good feel - terrible build quality. I am chiseling out some old, rotten brick from my basement using this and a basic hammer. In under ten minutes, the chisel had snapped in half (pictured). Will be returning, however I bought this online and the return process has required me to jump through a number of hoops, further frustrating this situation.
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                    Use to cut Texas Lime stone.
                    Worked better than I thought it would. I felt like a stone mason.
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                    Broad blade length allows easier cleaning of bricks if able to separate old mortar. Diamond blade on grinder is back up plan, but more likely to scar bricks. Handle of chisel floats more than desirable.
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