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Old 10-03-2012, 09:20 PM   #6761
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Are you flirting with my main hit man? jeez...
Is nothing sacred?
I was just stating a fact, he scares me a little
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My 6pound brass hammer that I made.
That's awesome.
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Run Babyface run!!! The League of Somewhat Extraordinary Men is coming for you!!!
If these "men" wish to do battle who am i to deny them
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I prefer a 16 to 20lb hammer, work limits is to
8 lb hammers. I keep breaking the damn handles. I use them one handed most times to keep from doing so. They have been sending us Fiberglass handled ones. They hold up a lot better. Heads don't fly off or snap the handles off as often. Just more expensive.

Take a 12 lb hammer with a 4' handle. Grab the handle at the very end, extend your arm parallel to the ground, lower hammer to your nose using your wrist/forearm
Muscle while keeping arm complete straight, then raise the hammer back to the vertical position.
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My 6pound brass hammer that I made.

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This is my favorite hammer.


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My 4 foot one has a plastic handle. I like wood better.
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I prefer a 16 to 20lb hammer, work limits is to
8 lb hammers. I keep breaking the damn handles. I use them one handed most times to keep from doing so. They have been sending us Fiberglass handled ones. They hold up a lot better. Heads don't fly off or snap the handles off as often. Just more expensive.

Take a 12 lb hammer with a 4' handle. Grab the handle at the very end, extend your arm parallel to the ground, lower hammer to your nose using your wrist/forearm
Muscle while keeping arm complete straight, then raise the hammer back to the vertical position.
I like a good old fasion hickory handle best.
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Old 10-03-2012, 09:40 PM   #6767
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I use a hammer.
The other day I was working on my car and I asked my little sister to hands me my ball pein hammer, I ended up with a claw hammer... I'm still not entirely convinced I wasn't adopted...
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My handle is plastic drilled out, with a 3/4 inch Allen bolt pushed through, threaded into the brass.
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Nice!

I like a good old fasion hickory handle best.
I've broken more off than I can count. I still prefer them though.
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