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Model#: MILN48-22-4040
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Milwaukee 48-22-4040 Jobsite Offset Scissors

  • Milwaukee 48-22-4040 Jobsite Offset Scissors
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Milwaukee's Jobsite Offset Scissors re-define performance and durability, featuring micro-serrated iron carbide cutting edges for maximum durability and cutting action. An all-metal handle loop design with offset placement keeps the users hand above the cutting material, and Bolt Lock Technology prevents blade loosening for precision cutting.
Features:
  • Iron carbide edged blades deliver maximum cutting precision and performance
  • Micro-serrated blades provide additional material gripping during cuts
  • Bolt Lock Technology prevent blade loosening to ensure precision cutting performance
  • Rust resistant blade design offers long lasting life and enhanced durability
  • Convenient ruler markings on top side of the cutting blade provides added cutting precision
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  • Jobsite Offset Scissors - 48-22-4040

Specifications

Length: 9.5 in.
Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Blade Length: 4-1/2 in.
Blade Type: Micro-Serrated
Handle Construction: Steel
Handle Length: 5 in.
Handle Type: Handle Loop

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Pros
Lightweight (1)
Best Uses
Home Repair (5)
Small Projects (4)
Large Projects (1)
Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Best Uses
Home Repair
MILWAUKEE OFFSET SCISSORS
A GREAT ADDITION TO MY TOOL BOX. I`VE USED SOME HEAVY DUTY SHEARS IN MY WORK SHOP FOREVER. THESE SCISORRS WILL CUT JUST ABOUT ANYTHING,EVEN THIN METAL.I REALLY LIKE THE WAY THEY CUT THE PLASTIC SECURITY PACKAGING AROUND MY NEW TOOLS. GREAT INVESTMENT.
November 26, 2015
Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Best Uses
Small Projects
Home Repair
Very nice and useful item in the household
These scissors are very light, but strong in the same time, just perfect for small projects
March 19, 2016
Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Best Uses
Small Projects
Home Repair
SHEAR PLEASURE
These are truly professional quality, general purpose, workshop shears. They are much better than most other modern scissors for several reasons. First of all, the handles are MAN-SIZED; suitable for big guys or glove wearers. Next, the heavy steel blade shank goes all the way through the handles for long lasting strength. Finally, the blades have small serrations which help keep what you are cutting from slipping. Knowing Milwaukee's reputation, I expect these shears to stay sharp and useable for a long time.
December 9, 2015
Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Best Uses
Large Projects
Small Projects
Home Repair
Awesome
These work awesome, very handy to have around, have many uses
December 16, 2015
Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Pros
Lightweight
Best Uses
Small Projects
Home Repair
cuts are easier
the offset blades are nice -good visability of cut line, fingers holes are a good size for my large hands, quality blades
July 31, 2016

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Hi Wondering if scissors can be sharpened?
gusto on Dec 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: A home remedy may include using aluminum to sharpen scissors.