This Sure Strike 22 oz. rip hammer has This Sure Strike 22 oz. rip hammer has a forged solid steel head and has a fully polished face. Genuine top grade curved hickory handle with triple wedge construction. Protect your eyes from flying particles and dust. Bystanders shall also wear safety goggles.
A drilling hammer, club hammer, lump hammer, crack hammer, mini-sledge or thor hammer is a small sledgehammer whose relatively light weight and short handle allow single-handed use. It is useful for light demolition work, driving masonry nails, and for use with a steel chisel when cutting stone or metal.
Buy Cross Pein Hammers here at The Hammer Source! On this page you will find hammers with a cross pein. A cross pein is a "blade" that is perpendicular to the handle. The cross pein can be sharp, rounded, flat, smooth or textured. A cross pein hammer can be used in metal work, stone work, blacksmithing or woodworking.
A wooden mallet will not deform the striking end of a metal tool, as most metal hammers would. It also is used to reduce the force driving the cutting edge of a chisel, giving better control. Hardwood mallets are also used to knock in cricket bats.
A sledgehammer is a tool with a large, flat, often metal head, attached to a lever (or handle). The size of its head allows a sledgehammer to apply more force than other hammers of similar size. Along with the mallet, it shares the ability to distribute force over a wide area.
Soft-faced hammers feature heads made from a variety of materials like brass, nylon, lead, or even rolled rawhide; standard hard-faced hammers have heads made from alloy steel. Soft-face hammers are preferred for jobs that require precision or involve soft metals that should not be damaged.