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Industrial Grip Shooter Needle

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Industrial Grip Shooter Needle (Qty 1) $5.99 In Stock
Grip Shooter Needles (5 pack) $13.99 In Stock
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Industrial Grip Shooter Needle

The GolfWorks Industrial Grip Shooter Needles are designed for high volume repair shops to help eliminate breakage. The 1 1/2", 16 gauge stainless steel needle construction is ideal for penetrating firmer two piece wrap grips as well as stubborn over-sized putter grips without sacrificing the integrity of the needle. Each needle is manufactured by hand with industrial strength adhesive to ensure the needle will not separate from the brass fitting.

  • 16 Gauge Needle
  • 1 1/2 Needle Length
  • Assembled with Industrial Strength Adhesive
  • Safer Due to Less Breakage
  • Protective Needle Cover Included
Industrial Grip Shooter Needle is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long lasting This needle holds up much longer than the standard ones. I am still using the 1st one that I bought months ago. Any bending of the the needle is minimal and straightened very easily.
Date published: 2016-02-04
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Do have any shorter needles? These long ones break to easily.

Asked by: looper38
No we do not have shorter needles. I have ground these needles shorter before. If you have a belt sander it is not that hard to do.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-11-23

I have a Maltby pressure liquid shooter that uses the industrial shooter needles. Unfortunately, the shooter has stopped working. Can it be repaired or is there a "fix kit" for it?

Asked by: Manuel
Most of the time when the Grip Shooter stops working it is because there is a little ball bearing at the bottom of the tube that goes down inside the canister. On the instruction sheet it shows a diagram and lists instructions to loosen the ball bearing. You will see those at this link. Personally I will generally remove the brass fitting at the bottom of the tube and then carefully remove the small spring and ball bearing. I clean both of these and then re-assemble. I will prime the gun by covering the hole in the needle and pumping the handle to build pressure. Sometimes when the gun is not working priming it is all that is necessary. If these do not work we do have a kit for rebuilding the gun. Code GSRK
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-09-23

I understand you have grip shooter needles but I cannot find the plunger or body for the needle to attach needle to...Do you have that item and what is the cost.... Thank You Mike

Asked by: pierre
The Pressurized Grip Remover (code GS6) is $64.99.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2014-09-29

What do you attach this needle to, to pump in solvent??

Asked by: tomshop
You need to have a grip shooter pump to use the needle. You can screw the needle directly into the pump or the extension hose.
Answered by: The GolfWorks
Date published: 2014-09-02
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