Does anyone here know if the eastwood tool 12240 is the exact tool as made by astro pneumatics? If you blow it up digitally it has the AP logo on it. The tool is sold in eastwood for about 75 to 100 dollars less than most tool vendors or paint vendor stores. I want to make sure the tool is the same and not a cheaper reproduction if possible as I intend to use it frequently.
Also has anyone used the tool and are you happy with the results? How much hand tooling is required in the close quarters or sharp pointed body lines that are not relatively flat where the tool looks to be accessible.