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Where do you buy tin-snips? Answered

 It can't be K-mart. We don't have K-mart. We don't have dollar store. We don't have Radio Shack. Actually we have a different version of the Dollar Store, but I couldn't find any tin-snips there either. I can't order online because I would have to pay $500 just for the shipping.

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RavingMadStudiosBest Answer (author)2010-05-11

Lowe's, Home Depot, (maybe) Walmart, Harbor Freight, Tractor Supply Co...

Plus all the stuff that the others have already said.

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musick_08 (author)2012-11-18

I just bought mine at harbor freight (about $25 for reds, greens, and straights) and they're offset too.

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gonzoman73 (author)2010-09-25

http://www.amazon.com/Grizzly-G8782-10-22-Aviation-Snips/dp/B0000DCZBX

there ya go :). reasonable price too.

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l8nite (author)2010-05-11

Pretty much anywhere tools are sold, you might try looking under other names like aviation snips, metal shears, metal snips

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Re-design (author)2010-05-11

A hardware store should carry them, but your best bet might be on the internet.  Ebay should have lots of them as will any tool supplier.

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kcls (author)2010-05-11

The local hardware store usually has tin-snips. Do you have sears? Craftsman tools rock, because they have a lifetime warranty. If the tool gets rusty, you just walk into the store, grab another of the tool and show it to them, and your good to go. Also snap-on tools have the same type of thing. If all else fails, order online.

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