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Estwing E3-22SM 22 oz Framing Hammer with Milled Face & Shock Reduction Grip

4.7 out of 5 stars 70 customer reviews

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  • Designed for use on framing jobs
  • 1 Piece forged steel head and handle
  • Solid metal head for maximum strength
  • Rip claws pull nails efficiently
  • Milled face grips nail heads to minimize slipping and mishits
  • Forged one-piece solid steel construction
  • Full polished
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Size: 22 oz (Ounces)

Product Description

Size: 22 oz (Ounces)

Product Description

The 22 oz. Rip Hammer with milled face has a bonded and molded Shock Reduction Grip that reduces shock up to 70% and will not come off. Estwing hammers are the only hammers that can make this claim. The head and handle are forged in one piece and are fully polished. This tool has unsurpassed balance and temper. Longer handle and heavier head for driving large common nails. Milled face designed to reduce glancing blows and flying nails when used in framing unexposed wood. Made in the USA. Protect your eyes from flying particles and dust. Always wear safety goggles. Bystanders shall also wear safety goggles.

From the Manufacturer

This milled-face framing hammer crafted by Estwing offers a forged 1-piece head and handle of tool steel, fully polished and a blue nylon-vinyl, deep-cushion grip that's molded on and absorbs all shock. 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.

Product Information

Size:22 oz (Ounces)

Technical Details

Part Number E3/22SM
Item Weight 2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 16 x 5.8 x 1.5 inches
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Item model number E3-22SM
Size 22 oz (Ounces)
Color Silver
Material Forged
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
National Stock Number 5120-01-069-5686

Additional Information

ASIN B0000224V9
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4.7 out of 5 stars 70 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #12,095 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#12 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Hand Tools > Hammers > Claw Hammers
#994 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
Shipping Weight 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available September 14, 2004

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Size: 22 oz (Ounces)
The estwing all steel hammers are nigh on indestructible. When I was a kid I found this hammer submerged in a marsh near a house that had been erected about a year prior. It looked awful, but I brought it home and set it on a shelf where it continued to rust and corrode for a decade or so. As a teen I re-found it and took it to a wire brush on a bench grinder. I have used it ever since. I call it the swamp hammer, and it isn't pretty but it is a really tough tool. Thinking about it i guess its rounding on 20 years old.

For someone like me who doesn't hammer for long stretches of time the all steel estwings are the way to go. You will never have to buy another one or fool with replacing handles. That being said I know pros at habitat for humanity who hammer all day long on framing jobs and they all use wooden handled hammers because it deadens the shock to the elbow. Most of them use Vaughan California Framers / Blue Max which really are nice hammers, but all wood handled tools I've had seem to need a replacement handle after a while. After replacement its just never as good as it was new. I'll stick with the eternal swamp hammer and its kin.
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Size: 28 oz (Ounces)
I own one of these and it has built and destroyed many bridges in the Chicago area. Estwing steel framers are THE hammer. They're cheap, virtually indestructible (I've owned several and the only reason I've ever had to buy a new one is when I lose the old one or the one time some oblivious operator set his bucket down on my hammer that was resting on a barrier wall and smooshed the claws together).

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.
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Size: 28 oz (Ounces)
I love this hammer if I could give it 10 stars I would. I install windows for a living and use a hammer a lot. I was getting sick of my stanley fiberglass standard 16oz curved claw hammer, i call it pinger. The stanley pings really loudly and it is very anoying. Anyway the Estwing hits a lot harder and has better comfort. Even though the Stanley has a "form fitting handle" that gives me a blisted after ten minutes. Estwing is the way to go. I may suggest that you get the 22oz because it is the same size, cheaper and unless you frame for a living you wont need the little extra power the 28 oz has,. Also the 28oz hurts your forarm a l;ittle quicker than the 22oz.
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Size: 22 oz (Ounces)
There are few things you can count on like an Estwing hammer. After years of service my Estwing is as good as new. The hammer is nearly indestructible - I honestly can not even think of all things and projects I have used this hammer on.

Positives

+ Well weighted it will help you drive a roughly nail in with only a few hits.
+ Well balanced hammer helps reduce fatigue and miss hits
+ The claw portion of the hammer is very effective for both pulling nails and using as a crow bar
+ The nylon synthetic handle rarely slips in your hand

Cons-

- A bit more expensive than othr hammers

Final verdict -

5 Stars buy with confidence.
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Size: 22 oz (Ounces) Verified Purchase
This is the best framing hammer you can buy !!! They are a one piece forged unit with molded on shock proof handle and serrated face. I have several!!! I use the 28 oz. and my wife uses this one. They will last almost forever !!!! the handle is un-breakable!!!! The face will last for many years even when nailing very large nails. These have very good balance and weight for swinging and driving large nails with the least amount of effort and swings per nail!!! You can pull any nail that you get in the claw. You can break the end of the claw or chip it. This can be done only with improper use or extreme abuse. We use the 220z and the 28 oz for driving very large fence steeples when putting Up heavy fencing and welded wire panels. BUY BUY BUY this hammer!!! There is only one fault with this hammer!!! People WILL steal them!!!!
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Size: 28 oz (Ounces) Verified Purchase
There is nothing quite like the feel of an Estwing hammer in my hands. It is the only hammer I have used since first buying one years ago as a general contractor. I'm retired now, have been for three years, but still find a need for a good hammer. Two weeks ago mine went missing after a little basement remodeling project with a friend. He swears he didn't take it home with him. So I looked for one at several local hardware stores...nada...so turned to Amazon, and behold...THE HAMMER...
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Size: 28 oz (Ounces) Verified Purchase
This is my third Estwing. They make the best heavy framing hammer, but the waffles do eventually wear out. They do on $100 hammer, too. Still have the old ones, but wanted a new one for this season. If you don't do a lot of framing, you might want to go with a lighter version. The 28 oz. head gets heavy on a long day. By the third day you don't even notice it.
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