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Estwing 3 lb. Enginners' Hammer ~ E6-48E

Estwing 3 lb. Enginners' Hammer ~ E6-48E

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Made in USA · Estwing ~ Since 1923

  • Model E6-48E
  • 48 oz
  • One forged all-steel piece from the head through the handle
  • Excellent for cold chisels, punches, star drills, & hardened nails
  • Extra long handle
  • Permits heavy blows with limited swing
  • Handle reduces impact vibrations due to Estwing's patented "Shock Reduction Nylon Grip"
  • Nylon vinyl deep cushion grip bonded to steel handle for comfort & durability
  • Blue UV coating finish on tool
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  • Estwing's 3 lb. Enginners' Hammer is a great USA-made tool excellent for many different projects. It is great for use in construction & demolition work, masonry, metalwork, geological & rock work, automotive, & general pounding work on unhardened metals. Made of all-forged steel in one piece, the tool is stout & strong with very durable pounding hammer-ends. The hammer handle has Estwing's patented "Shock Reduction Nylon Grip" which will reduce the vibrations from the striking shock. High quality, powerful, & very durable, this is a fantastic multi-purpose pounding hand sledge hammer by Estwing.    Made in USA.

        Since 1923, the Estwing family & its employees have taken pride in designing & manufacturing the world's most durable, comfortable & attractive striking & struck tools. All claw hammers, axes, specialty tools & pry bars are manufactured to the highest possible standards & offer a true value to both tradesmen & craftsmen alike.

  • Product Face Diameters Head Length Overall Length Nylon Grip Length Weight Model #
    Estwing 3 lb. Enginners' Hammer ~ E6-48E 1-1/4" 5-1/8" 14-1/2" 7" 4 lb


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