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American/USA Made Socket Sets


We are compiling a list of American ratchet and socket set manufacturers and brands, including large corporations, small companies and individuals that produce sockets in the United States.


This list may include sockets produced and assembled from parts and materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.
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Page created Sep 24, 2015, and last reviewed Monday, November 23, 2015 by
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Armstrong Sockets

Armstrong Tools are still, and will continue to be made in the U.S.A. They are designed and manufactured for professional tool users and continue to be manufactured with uncompromising quality.

Armstrong

In our Dallas, Texas facility we have been manufacturing since 1953 with over 300K square feet of manufacturing space. We currently manufacture our Armstrong Ratchets, Sockets, Ratcheting Wrenches, Extensions, Universal Joints, Adapters, Impact Sockets and other Drive Tools at this location.

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Bondhus

Bondhus ProHold technology is a revolution in holding systems that makes all other holding systems obsolete. Bits seat firmly into socket. No special tools are required to remove bits from sockets.

Bondhus

All Bondhus® products are guaranteed for life. If you are not happy with a Bondhus® tool - for any reason - simply return it. A replacement will be shipped right out at no cost - no hassles, no questions asked!

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Proto Industrial Tools

Proto offers a complete line of more than 5,000 tools and sets that are manufactured to the highest standards in the USA. Proto tools exceed ASME specifications, feature TorquePlus™ drive configuration on sockets and wrenches, and carry a limited lifetime warranty. As a result, Proto is the most recognized brand and the most often used hand tool in the industry.

Proto Socket Sets

We make tools in America; Not because it’s cheaper and not because it’s convenient. We don’t even do it out of a sense of pride (although we are proud of the U.S.A.). We make tools in America, because put simply...it’s how we can ensure making the best quality tool we can. And in the rare instance when we can’t make a tool in America, we do so because... again, making the highest quality tools comes first.

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S-K Socket Sets

SK Hand Tool manufacturers premium quality for automotive hand tools and industrial hand tools for professional technicians. SK Tools are Proudly made in USA.

S-K Tools

SK is proud to be part of IDEAL INDUSTRIES, a family-owned, blue-collar American company that believes in serving the hardest working tradesmen in the world.

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Wright Tools

Wright Tool manufactures more than 4000 of the highest quality hand tools for the professional. All Wright manufactured products are 100% MADE IN USA, and carries a lifetime guaranty against manufacturing defects. Our products are helping "Re-Build America" and we hope you enjoy a sneak peek into our company and culture.

Wright Sockets

As long as you own it, any product manufactured by Wright Tool which fails to render service due to defect in workmanship or materials will be replaced at no charge.

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Note: Some of the companies listed in this manufacturers directory that makes tools made here in America, may also produce them in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are still questions that remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.

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