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Dead On DS21C 21oz Milled Face 19-Inch Curved Hickory Handle Hammer

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  • Head is made with S-7 tool steel
  • The Dead On hammer handles also feature the finest grade hickory for years of trouble free use
  • Magnetic nail set for plumb and line, sheeting or any other out of reach nail start
  • The combination of an investment cast head with a high quality hickory handle will give you a balanced hammer
  • Superior balance
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Product Description

Product Description

Highlights: Head is cast from S-7 tool steel, magnetic nail set for square and plumb, sheeting, or any out of reach nail start Triple heat treated for durability and performance Cylindrical wedges expands hickory in a 360 degree direction eliminating voids Precision balance Hickory handles for strength Mill Face & Axe Handle Head Weight: 21 Oz Handle Length: 18"

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21oz Milled Face, 19" Curved Hickory Handle

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Technical Details
Part Number DS21C
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions17.8 x 6.5 x 1.2 inches
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Item model numberDS21C
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLife Time Warranty on all manufacture's defects.
  
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ASINB0000224VP
Best Sellers Rank #89,482 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableApril 1, 2004
  
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 12, 1999
The only reason I bought the hammer was I couldn't find a replacement for my Hart at the time so the deathstick was going to have to do. But then that was six months ago. I'm not too big on the artwork, but fortunately it wears away and what you're left with is a pretty effective hammer. The handle is a little narrow, but the magnet is strong and the sweetspot seems to take up most of the face. You give up a little power for accuracy. Noticed last night that it's been six months and I've never had to tighten the handle. If you asked me, I'd reccomend a Hart but the local tool store has Hart back in stock and I still haven't gotten around to picking one up.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "hyroler777" on June 30, 2001
I've been framer for over 10years and used a lot of different hammers.i bought my first deathstick framing hammer about 3 years ago havent used any other brands since.in 3yrs i have broken a couple handles pulling nails,which isnt unusual with any woodenhandled framing hammer over 16"long.since sinking a nail is my first objective i concern myself more with a hammers ability to drive nails. the sweet spot on this hammer is awesome.it feels like you hit nail deadcenter on every swing.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Legato on December 12, 2001
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I had a friend help me with a project and nstead of me paying him all he wanted was my new Death Stick hammer. So I had to give it up. Now I have to get another one.
This hammer is well balanced and hits clean. The magnetic nail holder works well. I like the curved handel over the straight because it is more comfortable for me to hold. The 21 ounce head is perfect.
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By HFG on June 2, 2014
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The main reason to buy this because its a Dead On Product. Works great, swings well, prys good too. And you can call it the death stick....which maybe if your a hammer collector and display them on your mantel, will look good. But if you actually use this hammer, after a few weeks of good use, the art work comes right off. Overall Great product, love to get another one...
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Like Mr Carr I had significant handle problems with this hammer. See my comment on his review. Just posting my own review to get my vote in on my experience with the quality of this product.

Beware.
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By Terry G. Yoder on March 11, 2009
It is not the first, nor only Dead On Hammer I have.
I carried Dead On tools thousands of miles to jobs in Central America, can't imagine being without them.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By curt on November 7, 2002
i really liked this hammer....until i tryed to pull a stubborn nail. crack! the head separated from the handle. tryed fixing it with wedges and epoxy but it was toast. i had the same thing happen with the stanley fat max look alike.
as a professional carpenter, the value of a good hammer is tenfold. i have given up on wood handled hammers and have found the perfect hammer in the stanley anti-vibe with solid steel shaft. about the same price as the estwing, but better ergonomics.
the only wood handle i would be willing to try is the hart. but until i lose my anti-vibe, i wont be trying another.
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