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Old 10-30-2011, 08:27 AM   #41
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Ludowici roof tiles and fittings
Malco tools( sheet metal etc. )
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Old 10-30-2011, 11:43 AM   #42
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www.halsteel.com Halsteel Gun nails

Mullan Tool Co. (406) 777-5950
2204 South Sunset Bench Road
Stevensville, MT 59870 No website any more. Tools typically found at construction supply shops.

http://www.toolbelts.com/ Diamond Back Tool bags


Stanley-Proto division http://www.stanleyproto.com
Made in the USA unlike their other tools that are now pretty much crap.
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Federal ammunition. Deer season opener on the 5th.
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Old 10-30-2011, 08:15 PM   #45
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Yes the T-bones are still made in America



I have a 10lb. sledge hammer
I was going to say... my t-bone says made in the usa on it.
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Old 10-30-2011, 09:05 PM   #46
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I was going to say... my t-bone says made in the usa on it.
So does mine, but it's from before the TTI buyout.

Most, if not all Rubbermade products, such as action packers, tool boxes, lunch boxes, and water jugs are US made.

Surefire, Peak LED, and Streamlight all make good quality flashlights in the US.

Dalluge hammers

Swanson Speed squares

Maasdam Come-a-longs

Lincoln, Miller, and some Century Welders

Smaller Stihl chainsaws are made in the US, their larger saws are made in Germany.

Also, check out this site:
http://www.stillmadeinusa.com/tools.html
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We almost have something in common, I have a huge tool...
That's not what she said.
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many craftsman hand tools are still made in usa
pony clamps are made in usa.
pretty sure johnson levels still made in usa.
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Great yard tools.

http://bullytools.com/
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Here is a list of mostly American manufacturers , some English along with information about them from the past and there only a handful still in operation from that list

Northfield is one manufacturer that i know of that is still making WW machinery....



http://vintagemachinery.org/mfgindex/pubs.aspx


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I try to buy North American when ever possible. Whether it's on my side of the border or south of 48th! One Canadian company I like to support is Veritas, sold through(and owned by) Lee Valley tools.
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I try to buy North American when ever possible. Whether it's on my side of the border or south of 48th! One Canadian company I like to support is Veritas, sold through(and owned by) Lee Valley tools.
Awesome wood working tools!!
That is the why I feel about it. I have some stanley hammers made in mexico. Don't bother a bit. Unlike the stuff they have made in china. Pretty much any thing made in a Western country is worth it's money. I know my Stanley made in England combo square is much better than the swanson made in china ****.
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I try to buy North American when ever possible. Whether it's on my side of the border or south of 48th! One Canadian company I like to support is Veritas, sold through(and owned by) Lee Valley tools.
Awesome wood working tools!!
Yea I guess the Canadians are O.K.
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So it goes,,,upsetting & unfortunate. Just before Whirlpool took over Maytag, Maytag closed the doors on the mfg plant in Galesburg, Ill and those 1400 jobs flew south to Reynosa, Mex, obviously affecting those Maytag workers but a whole support network of local suppliers, local tax base and local services that previously provided things to those 1400 workers and their families. Thank God for Bill Clinton & NAFTA because now Mexico has hundreds of thousands of jobs that used to be OURS,,,WTF
Clinton did sign it into law BUT it was the great Ronald Reagan who thought it up, it was also pushed by the republicans in congress, The agreement's supporters included 132 Republicans and 102 Democrats. NAFTA passed the Senate 61-38. Senate supporters were 34 Republicans and 27 Democrats. Clinton signed it into law on December 8, 1993.
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I actually had the pleasure of doing a set of stairs last week with rough sawn red oak boards and wrought head nails. Nails were from

Tremont Nail in Mass.
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Black Jack

http://www.gardner-gibson.com/brandc...spx?brandid=13



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Are you sure about that?
Not all are but some models still made here,

http://workingperson.com/footwear-1/...402-80559.html

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