Chapman MFGEstablished 1936
Founded in 1936 by ‘Old Man’ Chapman in Durham, Connecticut, Chapman MFG is a small manufacturer of hand tools, mostly know for its screwdriver bit sets and midget ratchets. In 1965, Bill and Doris LeVee bought the company and the current owner is Tracy Camassar. Chapman tools and parts are American made and assembled from American made materials. They are praised for their the quality and durability. Chapman’s most complete set is the Master No.5575, which offers 51 insert bits and over 300 tool combinations.
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