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What are these? I called them calipers but suspect they can't be since there are no measuring marks on them.   The surface looks and feels like plastic but from the cross section, the layers have a fibrous look inside. The layers are riveted together at the ends.  TIA

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These are for High Voltage Electrical work . These were used for removing High Voltage Electric fuses . 

Ha! who would have guessed that!  Maybe I should save them for our next ice storm in case a live wire should cross my path!  On second thought, no, I don't think so.  Thanks!

Margo , I have two pair for the whse. When I need to remove the big industrial fuses . Never use them but for what they were designed to do. I have one that is scissors shaped and one like yours . Find an electrical guy bet he would love to have them . I paid $10 for one  $5 for the other

Thanks Fred.  I will probably list them. I don't expect to be handling big fuses any time soon!!!

Margo , let me know how you do with them. Check with machine shops and tooling guys . Some of the three phase converters use fuses . 

Will do! Thanks so much.

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