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Vaughan 10120 22 Ounce A/S Framing Hammer

by Vaughan

Price: $42.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • 22 oz. A/S Rip Hammer
  • Computer Designed for Superior Balance
  • Patented hickory and rubber Shock-Blok plug in eye takes the sting out of hammer blows.
  • Exclusive high strength I-beam handle design
  • Exclusive Slip-Resistant Air Cushioned Grip
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Technical Details
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions15.3 x 6.2 x 1.1 inches
Item model number10120
Warranty DescriptionReturn for inspection
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #503,836 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 5, 2008

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From the Manufacturer

There's never been a hammer like the Vaughan Steel Eagle! Forged entirely of high quality, high carbon steel, it has all the toughness and durability you expect in a solid steel hammer. Yet there's none of he irritating hand sting that can make a day's work so tiring. The secret is Shock-Blok, a shock absorbing insert of hickory and specially-formulated rubber. Most of the shock of hammer blows is absorbed by the Shock-Blok plug, the rest by the unique, air cushion grip.

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First of all this hammer will last you decades even with constant use. It's solid metal, but as advertised you can pound the heck out of a 2x4 and not have your wrist numb the next day. It is Made in the USA.

To those who don't know what a framing hammer is - it is a hammer but on the face there is a honeycomb pattern in the metal. What this does is let you pound a nail until it's head is imbedded in the wood without impacting the wood itself. If you've ever seen someone who pounded the crap out of a 2x4 with a conventional hammer, who left big hammer marks all over, you know what I'm talking about. With framing hammers you avoid that and only leave tiny pock marks in the wood that aren't very visible. Of course with framing looks don't matter so much since you are covering the frame w/ drywall and siding but it also keeps the integrity of the 2x4 by not gouging it.

But most framers use a framing gun, and know how to use a smooth surface hammer. I really don't know why all hammers have a milled face these days, I think because pro's use framing nailers. The milled surface gets slowly flattened after use. It can be ground down if needed.. like any steel tool.
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