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Mark A

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My big old 6lb sledge with the handle cut down to 10 inches (hammer)

Wait, is it 7lbs? Can't remember the weight exactly but it's still good for hitting things and squishing flies!
 

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Are there collectable hammers?

As Mark has started I'll join in..

20 oz claw hammer with rubber and fibreglass handle, was cheap from the big orange shop but more comfortable to use than any estwing I've ever tried.

32 oz ball pein with metal box section handle welded on, every body laughs at it but again its really comfortable to use.

14 lb sledge, for when things really need a whack.
 

adidat

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No skills":1edwj1pp said:
Are there collectable hammers?


indeed

adidat
 

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jimi43

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My very old slater's hammer...head for pence at a bootfair...handle in a workshop near me...

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Used many time...but not on a roof....yet.... :wink:

Jim
 
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