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Estwing Shingler's Hammer With Replaceable Blade & Gauge

Estwing Shingler's Hammer With Replaceable Blade & Gauge

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Made in USA · Estwing ~ Since 1923

  • One forged all-steel piece from the head through the handle
  • Designed for all-types of composite shingles
  • Milled waffle-face & square headed
  • Retractable cutting blade
  • Shingle guage adjustable for 4", 5", & 5-5/8" exposure
  • Handle reduces impact vibrations due to Estwing's patented "Shock Reduction Nylon Grip"
  • Fully polished head
  • For replacement blades & gauge  See here
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  • The Estwing "Shingler's Hammer" is a great quality hammer for working on roofs. Made of forged American-made steel in one piece, this tool is very durable & tough. The hammer will cut composite shingles well with it's sharp retractable cutting gauge & slightly curved face. The shingle gauge depth is adjustable for 4", 5" & 5-5/8" exposure. The hammer also has Estwing's patented "Shock Reduction Nylon Grip" which will reduce the vibrations from the striking shock. A high quality & well balanced tool, this is a great roofing hammer by Estwing. For replacement blades & gauge  See here.  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 Head Size Cutting Edge Overall Length Nylon Grip Length Weight Model #
    Estwing Shingler's Hatchet With Replaceable Blade & Gauge 1 - 1/2" x  1 - 1/2" 1 - 3/4" 12 - 1/2" 7 - 1/2" 28 oz


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