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24-Ounce Milled Face Hammer

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Death Stick DS24C
24-Ounce
Milled Face Hammer

Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • Superior balance

  • 24-ounce milled face

  • Curved hickory handle

  • Magnetic nail holder

  • Framing hammer

List Price: $38.00
Our Price: $34.99

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Don't just hit the nail... kill it with the Death Stick hammer. High-quality investment casting gives this hammer the 55 Rockwell hardness needed by professional contractors while the superior balance makes you think you are swinging a much lighter hammer. The hickory handle is painted and baked to fully seal and cure the wood. A handy magnetic nail holder lets you set nails in out-of-reach places.

With a 19" Curved Hickory Handle

 



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4 out of 5 stars
Grows with time


March 30, 2001

Reviewer: klbdoyle
from West Chester, pa USA

I have been a carpenter for 17 years and have used every kind of hammer you can think of. At first I was not sure about the death stick handle. But after about a day or so I noticed much more control with the curved handle. The handle has a oblong feel to it. If you have small hands look for another hammer. The hammer has a great impact force! The Magnet on my hammer should be a little bit stronger, but it still holds the nail fine as long as you swing soft. The handle is only 17 1/2", not 19". It is a driving hammer not a pulling hammer. The claw is great but you can not beat a metal hammer for demo. If you just frame houses, for the price, this is the hammer.
 

4 out of 5 stars
Death becomes of other hammers

October 5, 2001

Reviewer: Tom
from Friendswood, TX

Got my Death Stick with additional handles a few weeks ago. I have used a number of framing hammers, along with general use hammers. Having the magnet in the head is sweet. I used to also break a handle a week, but with the curved handle I haven't broken one yet. The only drawback (especially with the curved handle) is trying to do non-framing work with it, like setting tack strips for carpet, finish nailing, etc. But that is why it's called a framing hammer.

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