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  1. Hawk987654331

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    I would like to know if anyone knows what kind of hammer this is? I found it in the woods near my home. I live in Ga close to Atlanta. 20190704_112521.jpg
     
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    broken dewalt claw hammer...
     
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    What he said lol...
     
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    Look like this only a tad more abused?


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    Looks like the larval form of an integral camp hatchet to me.... It just needs to be metamorphized in the fires of a smith....:rolleyes: :4: :dblthumb:
     
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    Im still very curious about this post... not about the hammer, but what the true intention really was.
     
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    The world may never know
     
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    Definitely a broken dewalt claw hammer. One of the earlier offerings, came out about 5 or so years ago.

    I remember because I just got into electrical and a bunch of guys that got in after me had purchased them. A few months later a lot of them had bent claws from prying stuff and the steel wasnt up to it.

    I guess the new ones are better, but that experience kept me away from dealt hand tools for a while
     
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    Yup.....Stilleto hammers all the way lol!
     
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    I was an estwing guy for a long time until I got wrong issues from the shock delivered through the steel handle, then I switched to a husky framing hammer I found and heavily modified. I like the weight for smashing stuff out of my way that a Ti head just cant deliver.

    Stiletto hammers are so very nice though
     
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    Lol, I know, I've gotten to do less ripping oit and more lazy fine carpentry though. I break wooden handles alot. Probably should have used a bigger hammer!
     
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    I only play carpenter when I had to move stuff out of my way, so the option to "hulk smash" is something I need to use on a regular basis as a sparky. Also I set a lot of concrete anchors now, so a heavier head is so much nicer for that than swinging a dinky 16oz nail hammer for that purpose.
     
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    atl.murder weapon
     
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