|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.5 x 7 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||E30|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Estwing E30 Leather Grip Pointed Tip Rock Pick
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- Genuine leather grip
- Head and handle are forged in one piece
- Approximate overall length 12.5 in
- Rock hammer with a leather-wrapped handle
- Leather grip is made of laminated leather "O" rings pressed then riveted to the shaft
- Solid steel construction; pointed tip
- Head weighs 22-Ounce and is 7-Inch long
- Overall length 13-Inch; weighs 1-Pound 14-Ounce
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This particular hammer is 22 ounces and the full 13 inches gives it enough leverage to do just about any job called for. Now I have owned and have used several of the Estwing hammers with the bonded and molded shock resistant handles and they are indeed fine products. For some reason though I simply find that this leather handle "feels" more appropriate for what I am doing. I suppose the nylon vinyl is fine and dandy and I certainly have nothing against it, but it just is not the same. I probably use the head of the hammer as a grip as much as I do the actual grip, wrapping my fingers around it to make precise strikes. The balance of the hammer allows this technique and in fact enhances it.
Now I said that this hammer does most of the jobs I need it for. Like anything else you need to use the proper tool for the task. This is not a cracker hammer. For that I use a four pound ancient relic I picked up in a used tool store years and years ago...it still has the short wooden handle and is still quite usable so I see no reason to replace it at this time.
I digress...This Estwing E30 is pretty close to indestructible if used properly but does require some care. The edges and corners should always be carefully filed and smoothed to prevent burs and splinters from ruining your strike. The handles is almost impervious to water but I doubt that leaving it exposed to the elements for months at a time would do it any good nor would a long, long soaking.Read more ›
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This hammer is solid - nothing like the one-and-done, low-quality tools so many people have come to expect. Made from a one-piece tool steel forging with a stacked leather handle and riveted-on grip cap, it's as durable as a hammer is going to get. Plus, the leather handle gives it a certain level of throwback classiness. I have little doubt this hammer will outlast me unless I leave it on an outcrop somewhere.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use the Estwing E30 for basic sample collecting, breaking cores, and hammering stakes on my shade-awning. In all of the aforementioned uses this rock hammer excels.Published 11 days ago by W. Ready
My son is majoring in Geology and asked for a rock pick as a gift for his birthday. Needless to say as his mom I couldn't buy just any old rock pick. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Going to school for paleontology and bought it for my Geology class I love this thing. Solid construction great balance works like a charm so happy with it recommend it for anyone... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is suppose to be the best hammer for geology. The bottom of my hammer is now loose (not detached, but close) so the hammer is now just useless to me.Published 2 months ago by James
This rock hammer is GREAT! The size is good and it fits perfect in the Estwing sheath.Published 2 months ago by Nicole