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    Swiss & Die Sinkers Riffler Files

    For removing metal and smoothing in tight places. All are double ended. Silversmith rifflers are 7" overall in length.

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    • Swiss made. Originally used and hand forged by die sinkers, die makers, silversmiths, etc., in shapes and cross-sections appropriate to their work. Teeth are cut on small areas on each end (except the Hablis rifflers, which are single ended) and can have a variety of shapes. Rifflers are engineered for removing metal and smoothing in tight places. A long middle portion serves as the handle.

      This is a 12" (305 mm) tool makers' riffler. Made of chrome-alloy steel for long, efficient life and corrosion resistance. Contoured to make difficult-to-reach areas readily accessible and well balanced to facilitate delicate finishing work.

      $71.85 to $85.35


    • Ideal for filing unusually shaped or hard to reach areas. The built in handles can be used as is or the specially designed plastic handle, can be used when a heavier grip is required. Supplied in 6 individual shapes, 5 curved and 1 straight. Set includes handle. Swiss made

      $19.20 to $136.85


    • Swiss made. Originally used and hand forged by die sinkers, die makers, silversmiths, etc., in shapes and cross-sections appropriate to their work. Teeth are cut on small areas on each end (except the Hablis rifflers, which are single ended) and can have a variety of shapes. Rifflers are engineered for removing metal and smoothing in tight places. A long middle portion serves as the handle.

      All are double-ended and 7" (17.8 cm) overall.

      $34.55 to $413.80


    • Swiss made. Originally used and hand forged by die sinkers, die makers, silversmiths, etc., in shapes and cross-sections appropriate to their work. Teeth are cut on small areas on each end (except the Hablis rifflers, which are single ended) and can have a variety of shapes. Rifflers are engineered for removing metal and smoothing in tight places. A long middle portion serves as the handle.

      Precision rifflers, all are double-ended and 6" (152 mm) long.

      $28.05 to $32.65


    • Swiss made. Originally used and hand forged by die sinkers, die makers, silversmiths, etc., in shapes and cross-sections appropriate to their work. Teeth are cut on small areas on each end (except the Hablis rifflers, which are single ended) and can have a variety of shapes. Rifflers are engineered for removing metal and smoothing in tight places. A long middle portion serves as the handle.

      Precision rifflers, all are double-ended and 6" (152 mm) long.

      $29.85 to $32.05


    • Swiss made. Originally used and hand forged by die sinkers, die makers, silversmiths, etc., in shapes and cross-sections appropriate to their work. Teeth are cut on small areas on each end (except the Hablis rifflers, which are single ended) and can have a variety of shapes. Rifflers are engineered for removing metal and smoothing in tight places. A long middle portion serves as the handle.

      Precision rifflers, all are double-ended and 6" (152 mm) long.

      $29.25 to $45.40


    • Swiss made. Originally used and hand forged by die sinkers, die makers, silversmiths, etc., in shapes and cross-sections appropriate to their work. Teeth are cut on small areas on each end (except the Hablis rifflers, which are single ended) and can have a variety of shapes. Rifflers are engineered for removing metal and smoothing in tight places. A long middle portion serves as the handle.

      Precision rifflers, all are double-ended and 6" (152 mm) long.

      $29.85 to $42.35


    • Swiss made. Originally used and hand forged by die sinkers, die makers, silversmiths, etc., in shapes and cross-sections appropriate to their work. Teeth are cut on small areas on each end (except the Hablis rifflers, which are single ended) and can have a variety of shapes. Rifflers are engineered for removing metal and smoothing in tight places. A long middle portion serves as the handle.

      Precision rifflers, all are double-ended and 6" (152 mm) long.

      $26.80 to $43.15


    • Swiss made. Originally used and hand forged by die sinkers, die makers, silversmiths, etc., in shapes and cross-sections appropriate to their work. Teeth are cut on small areas on each end (except the Hablis rifflers, which are single ended) and can have a variety of shapes. Rifflers are engineered for removing metal and smoothing in tight places. A long middle portion serves as the handle.

      Precision rifflers, all are double-ended and 6" (152 mm) long.

      $26.80 to $32.65


    • Swiss made. Originally used and hand forged by die sinkers, die makers, silversmiths, etc., in shapes and cross-sections appropriate to their work. Teeth are cut on small areas on each end (except the Hablis rifflers, which are single ended) and can have a variety of shapes. Rifflers are engineered for removing metal and smoothing in tight places. A long middle portion serves as the handle.

      Precision rifflers, all are double-ended and 6" (152 mm) long.

      $29.85 to $42.35


    • For removing metal and smoothing in tight places. All are double ended.

      $299.70 to $603.60


    • For easy access to hard to reach places. Double ended with diamond coating on both ends. Full length is 6". These are special order items and delivery is about 4-6 weeks.

      $42.35 to $221.95


    12 Item(s)

    per page