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January 12, 2005

Accurate's new Piranha Pliers

Pick up these pliers and you'll gain instant knowledge of what manufacturers call aircraft aluminum.

Pick up these pliers and you'll gain instant knowledge of what manufacturers call aircraft aluminum. Accurate's new Piranha Pliers are so light, they could fly. But when it comes to strength, Accurate says these pliers have that, too. The 7-inch model, at 4.8 ounces, was designed to cut all sizes of monofilament and fluorocarbon, plus braid and light wire. The slightly heavier (5.6-ounce) 8-inch pliers were built to chomp on cable and supersize braids. Accurate constructed the cutter blades and gripping jaws with lightweight, 400C heat-treated stainless steel, while the plier bodies are made from aircraft-grade, 6061-T6 aluminum stock with a natural satin-platinum finish. Available options include a molded-nylon sheath and a self-coiling lanyard. Retail cost is $135.95 for the 7-inch Piranhas; $149.95 for the 8-inch model.

Call 888-222-8372 or visit www.accuratefishing.com.