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19 oz. Wood Milled Face Hickory Framing Hammer

  • Hickory handle that absorbs vibration
  • Milled face and a magnetic nail set
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Product Overview

Our 19oz Milled Face Hickory Hammer is designed for our carpenters and craftspeople with a precision balanced design and naturally shock absorbing American Hickory handle to give you the Best Driving Performance. The wood handle framing hammer has a magnetic nail set in the metal head to help you work more productively. It also s an axe-style curved handle that gives you a better, more comfortable grip on the hammer as well as an anti-ring claw
  • BEST DRIVING PERFORMANCE
  • Precision Balanced Design
  • Shock Absorbing American Hickory
  • Magnetic Nail Set
  • Axe Style Curved Claw
  • Anti-Ring Claw Design
  • Precision balanced design
  • Includes: 19 oz. hickory handle hammer
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
16.063 in
Assembled Height (in.)
5.74 in
Assembled Width (in.)
1.496 in
Handle Length (in.)
16
Weight of Head (oz.)
19

Details

Claw Type
Anti-Ring
Color Family
Red
Hammer Type
Framing
Hand Tool Type
Hammer
Handle Material
Wood
Replaceable Head
No
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

2Questions4Answers

What eye size handle does this hammer use?Does this hammer use the same size handle as a stiletto?

Asked by ReggieCA November 7, 2020
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Answer

It has a standard size aperture that fits most hammers.

Is this hammer made in the USA?

Asked by Jacob July 13, 2019
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Answers

I am not sure. Only some Milwaukee tools are made in the USA. Milwaukee has manufacturing sites in China and Europe, but still manufactures tools in facilities in the USA. If you find out, I'd would like to know as well. I'm sorry I could not be more helpful.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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  • 90% recommend this product
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HARD NO
It's junk snapped it off right at the head trying to pull a nail
by DanL
Response from Milwaukee ToolJul 9, 2020
Thank you for your review. I’m sorry to hear about your frustration. We’d like to learn more about your experience and provide you with support. Please feel free to contact us directly at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com. It will be our pleasure to provide support once we have received your correspondence. Thank you. -Jacob
1 person found this helpful
Only complaint is the uneven shape and thickness of the claw part of the hammer. Definitely made...
Only complaint is the uneven shape and thickness of the claw part of the hammer. Definitely made for some frustrating nail removal. I didn't examine it at purchase, so I'm not sure if it was a manufacturer's flaw, or a new design feature that I'm not accustomed to.
by Adc219814
this is a top quality framing hammer just the right weight you can drive a sixteen penny nail wit...
this is a top quality framing hammer just the right weight you can drive a sixteen penny nail with about 3 blows it makes easy work on framing up a wall the hickory handle is mounted to the head perfectly and will never come loose extra long for a powerful swing and leverage you need to pull out large spikes with ease. if you have a lot or little framing job this hammer is what you need easy on your arm too.
by djbjiffy
2 people found this helpful
Well balanced, feels lighter than my regular fiberglass hammer. The hickory handle has a great s...
Well balanced, feels lighter than my regular fiberglass hammer. The hickory handle has a great shape and feel in your hand. The milled face provided solid drive for framing, the head swings well because of the long handle, reducing fatigue. This is my second hammer with the build in starter. It's not a feature for every situation, but I do like it for tight spots. Lets you set a nail with one hand with minimal clearance.
by sdgiant
1 person found this helpful
This may sound odd, but I have to say for a inexpensive hammer, this is actually quite lovely. In...
This may sound odd, but I have to say for a inexpensive hammer, this is actually quite lovely. Incredibly well crafted, and it feels fantastic gripped in your hand. No feeling like it might slip from your grip or anything like that. I appreciate the magnetic nail set for efficiency, and after doing some test swings on some wood beams I have laying around, I was surprised at how well the hickory handle absorbs the shock. I like it even better than fiber glass for that purpose now.
by Cove
2 people found this helpful
This is a great hammer. Drives nails very good and the magnetic nail holder make setting nails ea...
This is a great hammer. Drives nails very good and the magnetic nail holder make setting nails easy. I like the way they used some type of cylinder to hold the head on the handle. The head is a good size and the hammer is well balanced. My son in law used it and he said that he didn't like it at first but after using it for a while, he likes it a lot. As you can see in the pics, it is being used.
by Ehays
1 person found this helpful
I was a little skeptical of having a wooden handled hammer but boy was I surprised. I can see how...
I was a little skeptical of having a wooden handled hammer but boy was I surprised. I can see how the hickory absorbs the shock as good as the high end hammers with the over mold grips like the estwing hammers. Quality is top notch its a Milwaukee product!!! One other huge benefit is the nail holder on the head of the hammer itself. It will prevent you from smashing your fingers when used correctly.
by Chris
9 people found this helpful
by Rulas
Light great handle great claw...
Light great handle great claw
by Brad
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