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32 oz. Steel Drilling Hammer

$1628

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Product Overview

The Sure Strike 32 oz. drilling hammer from Estwing, has a forged steel blue painted head which is hardened and tempered. Both faces are fully polished. Designed for striking cold chisels, brick chisels, punches, star drills, spikes and hardened nails. Both faces are beveled. This drilling hammer has an 11 in. jacketed and textured yellow fiberglass handle which allows for heavier blows in an environment where there is limited swing. A strong reliable tool you can count on. Protect your eyes from flying particles and dust. Always wear safety goggles. Bystanders shall also wear safety goggles.
  • Blue-painted, forged steel head is hardened and tempered for added strength
  • Machined-finished striking faces
  • Jacketed fiberglass handle
  • Ribbed grip prevents slipping
  • Heat treated
  • Tempered

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Weight of Head (oz.)4832320
Handle MaterialFiberglassFiberglassFiberglassComfort Grip
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
1.56 in
Assembled Height (in.)
10.75 in
Assembled Width (in.)
3.8 in
Handle Length (in.)
10
Weight of Head (oz.)
32

Details

Claw Type
N/A
Color Family
Blue
Hammer Type
Drilling
Hand Tool Type
Hammer
Handle Material
Fiberglass
Replaceable Head
No
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime against manufacturers defect

Questions & Answers

3Questions13Answers

Can this hammer be autoclaved to sterilize?

Asked by MadScientist January 21, 2020
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Did you contact the manufacturer to see if could be "autoclave to sterilize"? I purchased drilling hammer to hammer with not sterilize. REALLY!!!!!

Can u drive .5 inch x 1 ft rebar in ground with this 48 oz hammer?

Asked by Hungus October 10, 2018
5
Answers

Yes that is what I bought it for.

Can this tool be used to pound metal post in ground

Asked by PeeweeW August 12, 2018
6
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Yes

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  • 4.8 out of 5 stars overall
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I've used this 2 LB hammer for many different projects over the last few years, from cutting Belg...
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I've used this 2 LB hammer for many different projects over the last few years, from cutting Belgian blocks with a cold chisel to breaking up rocks to driving in stakes and even orange snow markers. The project pic below was to cut the large rock so that I could continue the Belgian block around my raised bed garden. The handle is very comfortable to use over a long time & the rubber handle absorbs a lot of the shock from the impact.
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What's to say - it's a hammer... But it's solid, and well made. The handle is very comfortable ...
What's to say - it's a hammer... But it's solid, and well made. The handle is very comfortable - rubber grip and absorbs some vibration/shock so easy to use all day long. The bright blue and yellow colors make it pretty easy to spot on the job site - so that's pretty handy too!
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I banged in some medium size fence poles. It worked well for the task, short swing medium weight,...
I banged in some medium size fence poles. It worked well for the task, short swing medium weight, non-slip handle, maintained a good grip in the rain.
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I have raised garden beds and try growing vegetables. I was finding when the plants would sprout...
I have raised garden beds and try growing vegetables. I was finding when the plants would sprout, the birds would eat the sprouts before the plants could grow. So I got some 1x2's and put them on the corners of the beds, then spread mesh netting over the posts like a canopy to deter the birds. I used the Estwing Drilling Hammer to pound the posts in. I like how it's head is secure. (I had an older mallet that's head would fall off---Yikes!) also how it's smooth head didn't stress the wood. I'm sure I will find other uses for this.
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A balance hammer, easy to use to hammer down small...
A balance hammer, easy to use to hammer down small posts.
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Solid hammer, comfortable handle. Did the job....
Solid hammer, comfortable handle. Did the job.
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