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Milwaukee 19 oz. Wood Milled Face Hickory Framing Hammer

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  • Shock Absorbing American Hickory
  • Magnetic Nail Set
  • Axe Style Curved Claw
  • Anti-Ring Claw Design
  • Precision balanced design

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Home Depot has Milwaukee 19 oz. Wood Milled Face Hickory Framing Hammer for $14.97. Shipping is free.

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I can attest it works incredibly well. Also, if anyone's wondering, yes, if you hit your finger you can absolutely break it and have black out pain.
Bought this in store yesterday. Has a nice feel with most of the weight in the steel head and a curved lightweight hickory handle that has a nice swing to it. At full price I would be more inclined to get a nice Estwing for a few bucks more, but at ~$5 more than the cheap hammers, I think this is a good deal.
Also, wood handles are easy to replace if broken, so this hammer should last for many years.
You don't want milled faced for general stuff and 19oz is a bit too heavy, 16oz non milled faced is probably better as a general purpose hammer.

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Are they doing free shipping until Christmas or what's going on here?
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Bought this in store yesterday. Has a nice feel with most of the weight in the steel head and a curved lightweight hickory handle that has a nice swing to it. At full price I would be more inclined to get a nice Estwing for a few bucks more, but at ~$5 more than the cheap hammers, I think this is a good deal.
Also, wood handles are easy to replace if broken, so this hammer should last for many years.
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Some combo deals with this hammer and free shipping to consider:

1. with hammer loop for $34.94: hammer loop combo [homedepot.com]

2. with FASTBACK Folding Utility Knife Set for $29.94: FASTBACK Folding Utility Knife [homedepot.com]

3. with 12 in. Pry Bar and 9 in. Nail Puller with Dimpler for $34.94: with 12 in. Pry Bar and 9 in. Nail Puller with Dimpler [homedepot.com]
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Quote from ez1 :
Some combo deals with this hammer and free shipping to consider:


3. with 12 in. Pry Bar and 9 in. Nail Puller with Dimpler for $34.94: with 12 in. Pry Bar and 9 in. Nail Puller with Dimpler [homedepot.com]
What is with the dimpler? I need some schooling.

nevermind. I got it. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa...37#overlay
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I can attest it works incredibly well. Also, if anyone's wondering, yes, if you hit your finger you can absolutely break it and have black out pain.
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Quote from randomchaos :
I can attest it works incredibly well. Also, if anyone's wondering, yes, if you hit your finger you can absolutely break it and have black out pain.
It's not a tool if there isn't the slight chance of injury!
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Anyone know where this one is made?
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Quote from Electricalsushi :
Bought this in store yesterday. Has a nice feel with most of the weight in the steel head and a curved lightweight hickory handle that has a nice swing to it. At full price I would be more inclined to get a nice Estwing for a few bucks more, but at ~$5 more than the cheap hammers, I think this is a good deal.
Also, wood handles are easy to replace if broken, so this hammer should last for many years.
Or just solid metal and go decades without replacing anything...
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This makes a good self defense weapon if you live in NY.
If I didn't already own 6 hammers, I would buy this.
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What is with the dimpler? I need some schooling.

nevermind. I got it. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa...37#overlay
Its a framing 🔨, the waffle head is used to grip the nails and the axe handle makes it swing and strike harder with less effort.
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Arguments for or against this is as a "general" hammer? Mostly light duty work, hanging stuff, etc
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Quote from TenderLlama5521 :
Arguments for or against this is as a "general" hammer? Mostly light duty work, hanging stuff, etc
You don't want milled faced for general stuff and 19oz is a bit too heavy, 16oz non milled faced is probably better as a general purpose hammer.
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Quote from TenderLlama5521 :
Arguments for or against this is as a "general" hammer? Mostly light duty work, hanging stuff, etc
I wish they had this hammer when I got into construction more than a decade ago. Back then, it was between a classic estwing and a stilleto. I went with stilleto because I found one on Craigslist for a very reasonable price. The modern purpose-built, workman's hammer space has had some competition since then, and I encourage you to do a but of research if your entering the space... after you try this one. A hammer and a utility blade are basically the only two things I found myself needing on every jobsite. Depending on where you find your niche, your toolbelt ought to reflect the job and your personal preferences-- though these can be quite expensive, I would save up and do it right once. edit.. I forgot to say, as the other commenter suggested, a lighter hammer with a smooth face would be better.. and if the claw is just OK for nail removal, you can always get a crows foot. that, and a bit of shim allows you to remove nails on finish work
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