What happens when Vaughan ‘s quality control comes across hammers with finishes that don’t quite meet their cosmetic standards? They save them up, slap on a Grayvik label, and send them out to distributors.
Our friends at Harry Epstein received a truckload of Grayvik hammers this week. Nail hammers, rip-claw hammers, ball pein hammers, axes, hatchets, and a few other styles, as well as a couple of pry bars, are now up and available for sale at appreciable discounts.
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These hammers are all made in the USA, and although the Vaughan seconds might have a cosmetic blemish or two, their performance should not be affected. A day of use will give any hammer cosmetic blemishes anyways, right?