|Item Weight||2.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 6 x 1 inches|
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|Item model number||E3-28SM|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Estwing Mfg Co. E3-28SM Framing Hammer, Metal Handle
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- Designed for use on framing jobs
- 1 Piece forged steel head and handle
- Forged metal head for maximum strength
- Milled face grips nail heads to reduce mishits
- Rip claws are designed to pull nails well
- Handle length and weight give leverage and power for easy nailing
- Forged in one piece
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Top Customer Reviews
It's like a sledge in framing hammer form. The claws are long and sharp. It's balance is dead on. And all the pros use it. I got into a work truck the other day, set my hammer down on the seat and realized I sat it down on top of 3 other steel estwings; Mine, my foreman's and 2 of my other foreman's (A 22oz for driving nail and a 28 oz for demo work). I've seen hundreds of these on job sites being used for everything you can imagine and they hold up like nothing else. I've only seen 2 Stanley antivibe steel framers and of those two, the head broke off on one as a dude was using it to chip some concrete and the hammer was only a couple of weeks old. For shame. I've never seen that happen with an estwing.
I own a couple of the smaller Eastwig hammers and they're excellent. One of them I found out in the woods. Must have been laying there for many years. It was completely covered with rust. I cleaned it and it performs like a champ. This 28-ounce version is every bit as sturdy as the others. You won't be disappointed.
Plus, it's the hammer used to bludgeon someone to death by the Trinity Killer in Season Three of 'Dexter' (available from Amazon on DVD!), so that's a third use to which it can be put. Good to know!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a gift to my son. I've had the same one for 30 years. Pretty much indestructible.Published 1 month ago by besinger
Great hammer but not for all. This is a framing hammer. Nailing deck nail and heavy duty use. Demolition ect.. It is 28 ounces which is to heavy for many people to use effectively. Read morePublished 10 months ago by STEVE EVERETT
I'm not what you would call a handy man, so I've never had much use for tools. Then the dead started coming back to life. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Marc C.
As most professionals or novice will say this is the most dependable, solid, well balanced & designed framing hammer - hands down! You will not be disappointed! A++++Published on November 3, 2013 by Classic Mustang Resto HI
I'm a pretty casual user, and this hammer is certainly overkill for me, but it is a great product. I had a 12oz Estwing that I liked, but thought was too light. Read morePublished on March 13, 2013 by D. Giovannelli