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Stanley 51-716 16-Ounce Wood Handle Rip Claw Nail Hammer

by Stanley

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16-Ounce Rip Claw
  • Rip claw nail hammer for dependable and effective use
  • High-quality hickory handle
  • High-carbon steel head for strength and durability
  • Polished and heat-treated bell face
  • 13-1/4-Inch in Length; Weighs 16 ounces
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Stanley 51-716 16-Ounce Wood Handle Rip Claw Nail Hammer + Stanley 60-060 Standard Fluted Screwdriver Set, 6-Piece
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Product Information

Size: 16-Ounce Rip Claw
Technical Details
Part Number 51-716
Item Weight1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions13.3 x 5.5 x 1.2 inches
Item model number51-716
Size16-Ounce Rip Claw
ColorBrown
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Warranty: Stanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life against deficiencies in material and workmanship.
  
Additional Information
ASINB00004UDLX
Best Sellers Rank #282,477 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMay 14, 2003
  
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Product Description

Size: 16-Ounce Rip Claw

Product Description

Curved claw. High carbon steel head with black finish and polished bell face. Hickory handle.

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The Stanley Wood Handle Rip Claw Nail Hammer features a high-quality hickory handle with a durable, strong, high-carbon steel head for a dependable and effective tool. Its bell face is fully heat treated and polished. The hammer weighs 16 ounces and measures 13-1/4 inches in length.

Customer Reviews

It works for small projects.
#1 Mommy
I keep coming back to it, no matter how more expensive my newest acquisition is, this one does the job beautifully.
M. Gray
It's well made but light weight.
Jeni

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bryan on March 5, 2003
Size Name: 22-Ounce Checkered Face
I have not tried the Titanium hammer yet so I can't compare but I have about 10 framing hammers, some steel, wood and fiberglass handles. Of all the hammers I have this Stanley is my favorite. It's feels real natural in your hand, especially when you grab the hammer close to the head to start a nail and after starting the nail let the hammer slide through your hand and your palm just seems to fall perfectly in place into the "sweet spot" of the handle. What I also really like is the size and shape of the face, it's a little wider than most and the sides of the face are tapered back instead of straight. This makes it really easy when toe nailing to just smack the nail with the edge of the hammer face. The price is cheaper than most of my other framing hammers as well.

EDIT:

I have a Couple of Titanium Framing hammers now and I still find myself coming back to this hammer...
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Nathan Lee Gates on April 2, 2005
Size Name: 22-Ounce Checkered Face
First of all I am a Post framer for a very large company in Washington state. I used to use an estwing 22 oz. curved handle hammer, but never liked the feel and balance of it. I bought this hammer from Lowes for 19.99, and have loved it ever since. The oversized face makes it nearly impossible to miss the nail, and the shape of the handle is amazing. I can hold the handle in the middle to start a nail, then drop it down, and it just slides into my palm like it's attached to my arm. No messing around when it comes to driving nails either, I can sink a 16 penny in a couple of whacks. This hammer is amazing for the price, and it beats the hell out of my estwing.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By BRADLEY KELLER on October 20, 2000
Size Name: 7-Ounce
I've had this hammer for a few years now and I like it quite a bit.Knowing this is a light duty finish tool,I've put it through some serious pounding and pulling.my torture test didn't loosen the head or break the handle.It passed with flying colors.The black finish has worn off over the years but thats no big deal after all it is a hammer.the price is very good. Well worth the money.In my opinion this hammer is tool box worthy. Now get out and pound something.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By SusanBAnthony on November 21, 2013
Size Name: 5-Ounce Tack Verified Purchase
It's a tack Hammer. What can I say? It really changed my life. I won the lottery and I really think it was because of this hammer. It might be a magical hammer.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jean on November 20, 2011
Size Name: 5-Ounce Tack Verified Purchase
Item received exactly as pictured. I tried to put in the tacks with a regular hammer and just ended up hammering my fingers. This little puppy came in the mail and before I knew it the entire piece of furniture was re-covered with new fabric and pretty new tacks. The head of the hammer fit exactly through my fingers and made the job easy. Would recommend.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Josef735151 on October 28, 2011
Size Name: 16-Ounce Rip Claw Verified Purchase
I bought this for an inexpensive 16-ounce hammer to use on some finish work I was doing on a house. However, the head of the hammer is painted black and the paint rubs off easily, which makes this a poor choice for finish work. I wouldn't recommend this unless you are only planning on using it for projects where appearance won't be important - and even then, a 20-ounce hammer might be better for those types of projects.

Edit: in the product picture it appears that, in the two years since I reviewed this, they've changed it so the head is no longer painted. So I guess it's up to you if you want to risk it. It's still true, however, that any 16-ounce hammer is not the hammer to buy for anything more heavy-duty than light finish work.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By N. A. Hicks on July 3, 2002
Size Name: 22-Ounce Checkered Face
OK, this Fat Max already got a glowing review over there in with its smoother faced cousin, but I gotta say, go with the waffle face, you get a grip on the nail head that is just incredible, you really feel it. yes, this is an incredible tool, it's so well balanced, it feels like it's 2 ounces, not 22. my only complaint is the "rrring" it makes after striking. (background on me, I'm a jack of all trades that sometimes works construction...I've worked for two companies out here on Long Island, mostly trim and drywall. But I'm thinking of doing a lot more framing, now.)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Grandma Nellie on December 1, 2013
Size Name: 5-Ounce Tack Verified Purchase
I reupholstered a club chair using this tack hammer. Easy to use and gets into tight areas, hitting only whats meant to be hammered and not damaging surrounding wood or fabric.
Would recommend to others.
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