Raumer Stroker Bolt Driver


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Stainless Steel



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This tool’s main feature is its versatility.

With a simple and secure connection system (M10/EX13) using a fixed hex socket (13), our exclusively-designed adaptors or original point bits can be easily inserted to allow for manual drilling into rock.

  • Body:Stainless steel Aisi 420B, tempered and smoothed. Horizontal handle: Stainless steel Aisi 304.
  • Grip: Ergonomic grip in black rubber, with four non-slip ribs; specification as for art.100.
  • Leash: coloured synthetic sling. Attached to the handle via a floating stainless steel ring.
  • Weight: 280 grams.
  • Dimensions: diameter – 60mm. length – 158mm


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