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Claw & Framing Hammers

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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.
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.

Steel Curved-Claw Hammers

Steel Curved-Claw Hammers
The curved claw of these hammers hooks under nail heads to maximize leverage when removing nails while minimizing damage to surrounding surfaces. Curved-claw hammers are commonly used to drive and pull nails in finish carpentry, woodworking, and general repair work.

Fiberglass Handle With Plain Grip

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Fiberglass Handle With Ribbed Grip

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Fiberglass Handle With Textured Grip

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Graphite Handle With Ribbed Grip

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Steel Handle With Ribbed Grip

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Steel Handle With Textured Grip

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Wood Handle With Plain Grip

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Wood Handle With Textured Grip

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Steel Straight-Claw Hammers

Steel Straight-Claw Hammers
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 Plain Grip

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Fiberglass Handle With Ribbed Grip

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Fiberglass Handle With Textured Grip

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Graphite Handle With Ribbed Grip

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Steel Handle With Ribbed Grip

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Steel Handle With Textured Grip

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Wood Handle With Plain Grip

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Wood Handle With Textured Grip

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Steel Straight-Claw Framing Hammers

Steel Straight-Claw Framing Hammers
Framing hammers combine a heavy head and a long handle for greater driving power than lighter claw hammers in heavy-duty carpentry and frame construction. Their straight claw acts like a wedge to remove large nails, split building materials, tear out drywall, and pry apart floorboards.

Graphite Handle With Textured Grip

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Steel Handle With Textured Grip

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Wood Handle With Plain Grip

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Titanium Straight-Claw Hammers

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

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Wood Handle With Plain Grip

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Steel Straight-Claw Electrician's Hammers

Steel Straight-Claw Electrician's Hammers
The longer-than-standard neck and narrow striking face of electrician's hammers allows them to reach into outlet boxes, recesses, and other tight spaces. They have a straight claw to pull nails and pry off electrical fixtures.

Fiberglass Handle With Textured Grip

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Non-Magnetic Aluminum-Bronze Curved-Claw Hammers

Non-Magnetic Aluminum-Bronze Curved-Claw Hammers

Aluminum-bronze hammers are non-magnetic for use in rooms with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines where steel and other magnetic hammers would be hazardous. They won't be drawn to the MRI machines' magnets, which can turn magnetic tools into projectiles that could cause injuries and damage. These non-sparking hammers contain no ferrous metals, so they resist creating sparks. This reduces the risk of ignition when hammering in environments where combustible dust or flammable liquids, gas, or vapors are present. The curved claw of these hammers hooks under nail heads to maximize leverage when removing nails while minimizing damage to surrounding surfaces.

Fiberglass Handle With Ribbed Grip

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