Hammer Buying GuideA hammer is a hammer. No big deal, right? While you could possibly do most any job with any hammer, make things easier on yourself and match the tool to the job. This guide will show you how.

 

Types of Hammers

 Hammer Buying GuideCurved Claw Hammer: Drives and removes nails, general carpentry
Usually range from 16 to 20 ounces with wooden, fiberglass or steel handle

 

 Hammer Buying GuideRipping Claw Hammer: Drives and removes nails, general carpentry
Usually range from 16 to 25 ounces with wooden, fiberglass or steel handle    BUY NOW

 

Wilton 20412 lg Hammer Buying GuideFiberglass Hammer: Lightweight, comfortable and durable     BUY NOW

 

 

 Hammer Buying GuideFraming Hammer: Drives and removes large nails, heavy carpentry work
Usually heavier than ripping or curved claw hammers with longer handle
Added weight and longer handle give added power to the hammer              BUY NOW

Kaufhof HM0024 lg Hammer Buying GuideRubber Mallet: Assembles wooden or other fragile pieces Usually 12 to 28 ounces with wooden handle Must have non marring bounce-resistant (dead blow) heads    BUY NOW

 

 

 

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