a heavy iron lever with one end forged into a wedge
Tool used in the most economic method of graphite shaft removal. The pry bar applies force to the club head as the shaft is held in a vise by a vinyl shaft clamp. Pressure from the bar forces the head from the club when the epoxy bond breaks from the application of heat.
Available in several sizes, flat metal pry bars are useful for everything from pulling nails to removing delicate moldings to demolishing walls. The claws at each end are bent at different angles to give you varying degrees of leverage. Home Improvement Encyclopedia