NAPA has two levels of tools, NAPA Professional Hand Tools and the lower priced Evercraft. NAPA professional Hand Tools were made by Danaher and were a sightly different version cosmetically from their Craftsman, Allen, K-D, or Armstrong relatives. They are a little pricey compared to their relatives but, they're good tools. However with the recent demise of the hand tool portion of K-D tools, Napa professional Hand Tools are becoming Gearwrench clones. The name is different on the tool but, you can browse through the current real deals flyer or the store and see the similarities. Yes, they are imported from Tawan or the PRC depending on the tool. I look for Craftsman, Allen, and other Danaher/Apex brands to move to being China brands too sadly.
Evercraft tools are the supposedly lower priced line that have always been Taiwan/PRC made. Evercraft is probably better than Harbor Freight and equal to say Powerbilt or Duralast and parts stores house tool brands.
If you can find used US made NAPA professional hand tools at a decent price, I would pick them up. They will serve you well but, just remember that they're basically better finished Craftsman tools so, don't spend a lot of money.