Wilton B.A.S.H 14" Ball Peen Hammer, 2 Lb (32414)
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The hammer is good to use on certain things, but beware it is made of softer metal. We used it to install U-bolts. It was damaged on the joint and it had significant damage on the hammer face but it is still useful.
I like this SMALL sledge a lot. Although this is an interesting design (head), it is not always the best option. The ball pein weight is five pounds. I am not a fan of the handle. As a linemen's hammer replacement, this is much more like it.
I have owned two of these so far. There is nothing better than a quality hammer like this. Since my first hammer got swiped on the job, this is my second device I have owned (I am an industrial Although the paint was starting to peel off of this last hammer rather fast, I was too busy beating stuff with it to care. This is a very comfortable handle, it has a strong impact, and it is well balanced. I definitely felt less fatigue in my arms, that made me very happy. This product was great for the price. I am very satisfied with it.
Having used Wilton hammers for many years, I've never had a disappointing experience. It is a little large for the bulkier jobs, but it's a good compromise between my 12 oz ball-end hammer and my 8 oz ball-foot hammer It took five pounds of pein and four pounds of sledge for me to do it. The device is used daily, there have never been any issues.
It is the Wilton quality that is It can withstand wet environments and chemicals on a daily basis.
It is immediately noticeable that the handle is different from a wooden one. I understand it will last a long time just by the overall design, but we will only know that when it becomes necessary.
of Wilton 24 oz. As far as I can tell, this ball Pein hammer is well balanced in the hand and It does not feel like I'm striking my hand, wrist, or arm when I do it. According to the packaging with the hammer, it was designed and engineered in the USA, but it was built.