Claw and framing hammers use their flat face to strike and their claw end to pry. Sometimes called nail hammers, they are commonly used to install nails, persuade boards into place, remove nails, and perform light demolition. The longer their handle and the heavier their head, the stronger their blow but the less accurate their strike.
Titanium Straight-Claw Hammers
The titanium head of these straight-claw hammers hits as hard as heavier steel heads but with less recoil to reduce fatigue during extended use. They provide high energy transfer per blow to decrease the number of swings required to set nails. Straight-claw hammers deliver more driving and demolition power than curved-claw hammers. Also known as rip hammers, they drive and pull nails, tear out boards, demolish plaster, and more.
Fiberglass Handle With Ribbed Grip
Titanium Straight-Claw Hammers Fiberglass Handle With Ribbed Grip, sorted by Head Weight, ascending
Wood Handle With Plain Grip
Titanium Straight-Claw Hammers Wood Handle With Plain Grip, sorted by Head Weight, ascending
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