In my opinion, this hammer should be in every tool kit.
I’ve been pleased with Milwaukee’s dead blow hammers so far.
Dewalt, Craftsman, and Stanley recalled 2.2 million hammers.
A reader’s concern prompted us to check out the hammers at Lowe’s.
Irwin has a new 24oz demo-style framing hammer.
It definitely looks like something changed between Estwing and Home Depot.
I found Estwing Ultra hammers on clearance at my local Home Depot.
Do you think Hart’s Ti hammer is any good?
It looks like Dewalt updated my favorite hammer.
The Auto Hammer is back, and with an upgraded motor.
This type of dead blow hammer is compact and versatile.
The Cole-Bar hammer project has been steadily moving closer to completion.
Halder won me over with their rubber/plastic-faced mallets.
I still can’t believe this Husky hammer is just $10.
The Nupla Handi-Hammer is a compact handleless dead blow hammer.
I need help reviewing this Crescent fiberglass-handled nailer – who’s interested?
You might have heard about Martinez Tools before, and if not, you’re definitely missing out. Here’s what they’re about.
Does this ToughBuilt hammer concept indicate the direction the company is headed?
Why are lighter high performance hammers claimed to be as hard-hitting as heavier hammers?
Stanley and Proto have discontinued their 16 oz Compo-Cast ball pein hammer.