|Assembled Depth (in.)||1.25 in||Assembled Height (in.)||13 in|
|Assembled Width (in.)||5.75 in||Handle Length (in.)||11 in|
|Weight of Head (oz.)||16|
|Claw Type||Rip||Color Family||Wood|
|Face Type||Smooth||Features||No Additional Features|
|Hammer Type||Rip Claw||Hand Tool Type||Hammer|
|Handle Material||Wood||Head Material||Steel Head|
|Tools Product Type||Hand Tool|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
A: I bought it based on these answers, but NO, it's not. It's made in China. You can actually even see it in the pictures.
A: Not for that price. You're going to pay more if you want one made in the USA.
A: BUILT TO LAST STANLEY opened its doors in New Britain, Connecticut in 1843. Much has changed in the last 175+ years, but our commitment to providing top-quality, dependable tools continues, featuring a lineup of select products made here in the U.S.A. with global materials.
A: I did a little looking around but couldn't really find a definitive answer. It does appear that some Stanley tools are made in the USA. Stanley Black & Decker operates about 30 manufacturing facilities in the United States, making power tools in North Carolina, tool chests and rolling cabinets in Missouri, tape measures in Connecticut and utility knives in South Carolina. It looks like Stanley / Black & Decker have acquired company's over the past few years that outsource to China but are working on bringing the majority of their production back to the US. Hope this helps.