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2450-7840 Features: -Nylon-vinyl deep cushion grip. -Forged in one piece, fully polished. -Smooth face. -Straight claw ripping hammer. Handle Material: -None. Hammer Type: -Ripping. Generic Dimensions: -13-1/2'' length. Dimensions: Overall Length - End to End: -13.63 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -1.25 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -5.75 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -1.95 Pounds.
This nylon-vinyl shock reduction grip rip hammer is perfect for driving and removing nails. Fully polished forged one-piece solid steel construction eliminates loose heads while the nylon vinyl deep cushion grips bonded to steel handle for comfort and durability. Since 1923, the Estwing family and its employees have taken pride in designing and manufacturing the world's most durable, comfortable and attractive striking and struck tools. All claw hammers, axes, specialty tools and pry bars are manufactured to the highest possible standards and offer a true value to both tradesmen and craftsmen alike.
Just a weekend warrior, but, definitely the best hammer I have ever used.Published 1 month ago by John C. Mills
my boyfriend loved it! great gift for anyone under the age of 10!!!Published 3 months ago by Imogen
Everything is right on this hammer. Great fit and balance and a one peice all metal construction. It should last forever. Awesome.Published 7 months ago by harry schultze
This is a great hammer. I love using it. I can't complain about it at all - I used it to build some walls along with some finish nailing. You can't go wrong with it in my opinion.Published 8 months ago by Tetrarch
Perfect size for everyday carpentry. Great name and tool. I have used Estwing for years and have never been disappointed. Read morePublished 9 months ago by John4:35
I've use mine for many years and will stick with Estwing. I covered mine with tar and threw it in the grass while cleaning up. Read morePublished 15 months ago by John Murnane