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Stilletto T114MC
Titanium~Milled Face
Framing Hammer

Average Customer Review:
4.4 out of 5 stars

  • Weighs 14 ounces

  • Titanium head

  • Magnetized nail head groove

  • Ergonomic hickory handle

List Price: $81.73
Our Price: $64.99


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This framing hammer features a titanium head, with a magnetized groove that holds the head of the nail while you set it, to protect your thumb and fingers. It's lightweight, at only 14 ounces, and has an ergonomic hickory handle to generate leverage.

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5 out of 5 stars
Titanium beats steel hands down
May 8, 2000

Reviewer: Carpentry Concepts of Maine
from Hermon,Maine

I have been pounding nails for 20 years. Always searching for the right feel in a hammer. I was a little aprehensive on the price, but I took the plunge anyway: It was a correct decision. Nailing galvanized 16p's is like pounding butter. I now have better control also. Less "smiles" or "roses" as they say. Since I usually am rough on tools, I wrapped my curved handle with rubber "friction" tape, and then covered it with a heat shrink tubing. The grip now feels great. All in all I am extremely happy with the Stiletto. I will heed the advice of others and keep one of my monsters for demo work. Look for all my other hammers on the auction sites.

5 out of 5 stars
Clash of the Titan(s)
October 7, 2000

Reviewer: morethanacarpenter
from Van Buren, Missouri

I had originally purchased a steel 21 oz epoxy coated Renegade framing hammer from Stiletto. The epoxy failed and after numerous conversation with them they offered to exchange it with a Ruger Titan.
I had been using 23 ounce steel framing hammers exclusively for 3 years and thought that they were the "berries." After hand driving my first bag of 16 v.c. sinkers with this light weight nail bender I was truely amazed.
I really like the hatchet style handle as much as I like the head speed that comes with the lighter weight.
It's not the cheapest hammer you can buy, but as long as no one thinks that that they need it more than you, it may be the last framer you'll ever buy.

 

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