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A wrecking bar is heavy-duty metal bar with a 12- to 36-inch (30- to 91-cm) long shaft used in demolition.[1] Also called a pry bar, pinch bar, crow bar, or ripping bar, it features a flat metal claw on one end for tearing up wooden material and structures and a V-shaped notch on the opposite end for pulling out large nails.

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  1. Wrecking Bar. The Encyclopedia of Alternative Energy and Sustainable Living. 30-03-2009.