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Steel Punch Set 18 Piece Heat Treated

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Heat treated eight steel punches and eight solid brass punches complete with center punch driving tool and carry pouch, sized from 1/16" to 5/16", bargain priced 18 piece set. Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: ST3018
Solid Brass and Steel 
Total number of Reviews: 10

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3.0 5
"Its import quality stuff. It works fine. I have bent most of em already and they are able to be bent back easily enough. None have broken yet. I will put em in my field pack for emergency field repairs."
4.0 5
"ive used um several times and haven't been disappointed. some of the smaller ones can bend easy but they still hold up pretty well for the price. for a cheap set i think they work great and recommend to anyone on a budget that doesn't need professional strength."
4.0 5
"As the other reviewers noted, these are \"import\" quality. That being said, the brass punches are pure brass and (unlike another set's reviewer noted) not just brass-plated steel. As such, you can expect that the smaller punches to bend easily. This is an inevitable downside (else they'd mar your firearm), which cost them a point. You're not supposed to wail on them, anyway, you're supposed to tap them.As noted, brass bends. The steel punches seem to hold up just fine. The vinyl organizer does its job, but I wouldn't expect it to stand up to even mild abuse. Overall, this set comes with a great variety of sizes for a good price and is highly recommended for gun owners on a budget."
3.0 5
"I got some for the gun shop, and they are ok. I used the smallest steel one to drift out a pin on an sks sight leaf, and the little fella couldn't take the pressure. It broke right off. Shipping isn't worth the return, so I'll just use the rest of them."
4.0 5
"Not too bad. The smaller ones bend rather easily. I used them to assemble an AR-15 kit, and they got the job done. The pouch that comes with them is a joke though. It is cheap as can be, but the punches themselves aren't bad. The brass one's are rather soft but that's how solid brass is. The center punch is pretty nice. It's sturdier than many others I've seen. Not sure how long the tip will last though. All together, it is worth the money."
4.0 5
"This is a decent set. You get a pretty full set of punches for cheap. Sure they'll bend if you beat the crap out of them but most punches will. The vinyl case is pretty thin but it keeps everything together and rolls up pretty well with everything inside. Nothing to complain about here."
3.0 5
"Beginners tools, they are cheaply made but work. You get what you pay for."
4.0 5
"I haven't used them for any large jobs yet, but for the few little jobs I have used them on, they perform well enough. The price was right, and the bottom line is that for my needs, they work."
3.0 5
"Bent the brass punch first time I used it, snapped a steel punch second time out, definitely won't hold up to heavy use but for someone who uses them once a year they probably will fit the bill. You get what you pay for. If you're serious pay up to get a better set."
2.0 5
"The brass bent when I barely even tapped it trying to get the roll pin out for my gas tube on my ar-15. Steel held up. I still wouldn't recommend the set unless you plan on throwing the brass in the garbage once you get it."