|Your best bet is to go on C.H. Hanson website and there are also others that sell tooling. Using the specs of the rivets , they have charts to determine the proper tooling. The cheapest way is to buy just the 2 dies and a hand setter that the one die will insert into. Drill a proper sized hole into a block of metal to hold the other die, and then you can just tap with a hammer.
It looks like those rivets are of the "semi tubular" type. And the heads appear to be a "truss" or "oval" head. You'll need to know that when you look on the tooling charts. If I recall both that I listed use the same type die.
I think they call the type die for the other end a "roll" die. It'll create a rolled crimp on the end opposite the head.
While you're ordering parts, I'd consider ordering more rivets in case you make a mistake. They're pretty inexpensive.
I hope that helps a little.
Last edited on Sun May 7th, 2017 11:00 am by Lane Shirey