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Dead On DS24C 24oz 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
  • Framing hammer
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Dead On DS24C 24oz Milled Face 19-Inch Curved Hickory Handle Hammer


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Technical Details
Part Number DS24C
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions17.8 x 6.5 x 1.2 inches
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Item model numberDS24C
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLife Time Warranty on all manufacture's defects.
  
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ASINB0000224VO
Best Sellers Rank #456,382 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.1 pounds
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Date First AvailableApril 1, 2004
  
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By jim blogg on February 13, 2000
I'm a carpentry contractor who has been searching for the perfect framing hammer for 33 years and where do I finaly find it? Of all places a bookstore! Hammers with curved handles make it easy to drive 8d nails with one whack; 2 whacks for a 16. Unfortunatly my last curved handle framing hammer had a weird head positioning which made it difficult to toe nail floor joists. No problem with the DS24-C. The magnetic nail holder is the best method for nailing out of reach and it should become standard on all hammers. Warning to novices: Hitting your fingers with this or any other waffle head hammer always produces almost intolerable pain and a bloody mess.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By William Fletcher on November 27, 2000
In my thirty years of slam hammer renovation, I've broken a lot of tools, but never while they we still shiny. In theory, the hatchet style handle gave added control, but the head snapped off the first time it was used to pull.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By "Hammerin' " Henry Elpin on March 2, 2000
Up here in Alaska, we are very cautious with our purchases,especially in the field of hardware. When I first saw this hammer, orGOD STICK as I now call it, I was a little skeptical of its powers. This price for a hammer?", I thought. Luckily, my wife Elen, may she rest in peace, got it for me as a Labor Day gift. This hammer was the best investment I have ever made! At most, 3 whacks sends Mr. Rusty Nail into his proper place. Not only does this superior tool serve as the BEST HAMMER ON EARTH, but is also light enough to keep in my glove box just for safety precautions. I greatly encourage anyone considering this wonder-hammer to buy it. It is well worth the price and pretty much "pays for itself".
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 26, 2000
Aprehensive of a hammer with a wood handle, and the california framer design, I purchased the Death Stick 24 because of the magnetic nail starter. After receiving my new toy, I was pleasantly suprised at the balance of the tool. It quickly became my only framing hammer. The nail starter is a great aid for those long reaches, the face was reasonably sharp, and the claws actually pulled nails!! The only complaint is the advertized "19 inch" handle actually measures a conveinient 16" inside face to square handle. Oh darn. I also purchased the "exumer" cats paw. I would venture to say that if you were to buy one new tool this year, the "Exumer" is the tool to have. This particular design has to be the easiest way to move a nail other than driving it with the "stick". The sharp points and narrow body make this a must have tool. Looking for more great ideas from Dead On!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "jrmark" on October 22, 2000
I ordered a Death Stick and anxiously awaited its arrival. Amazon and Tool Crib did a great job delivering my order quickly. Then I took the Death Stick to work and showed it off to all the other guys on the job site. All were impressed with the magnetic nail set and balance of the hammer. That was at 7am. At 10am I was showing all the guys on the site how the handle had snapped off on the first nail I tried to pull with it. I wasn't even pulling with any force. Glad I wasn't up on a ladder trying to get a stubborn nail loose or it could have been quite a wreck. After looking at the handle where it snapped off (right where it goes into the head) and the opening that it fits into, it appears that the narrowness of the handle where it enters the head and the small amount of wood that actually takes all the stress would make this a common problem with this hammer. A better name for this product would be Dead Stick. Buy a Woody.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Paul Sumner on January 3, 2001
I was so excited to get my new hammer, I thought it would be worth it, But within 3 day's after getting it the magnet fell out of my hammer, Which was the main reason for buying it. It would be nice if someone would have a way to contact dead on tools so I could tell them how dissapointed I am after spending that kind of money.....
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By swarm team on March 17, 2000
I used the hammer to construct a booth at the tools of the trade show this weekend. The hammer was easy on the wrist and drove the nails with only a couple of hits. A must for any weekend warrior or frammer.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By tim comer on May 2, 2000
I recently purchased a Death Stick from a local sales person and I find the Death Stick to be very disappointing.The magnet will not stay intact if the hammer is used to proform normal carpentry procedures.Also the material used to cast the head of the hammer is to soft and chips very easily.
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