Deadblow hammer, hard wood joiners mallet, oak, traditional woodworking hand tool, heavy duty gift for him, end grain face, durable spline

Sold by YalotzCreations
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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
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Made in Pueblo, Colorado

Item details

-Oak and walnut hardwoods accent each other great in these joiners dead blow mallets.
-End grain face will hold up to a beating without damaging the project like a traditional metal hammer.
-Heavy duty hand tool makes a great gift for the woodworker in your life.

-Having steel shot inside the head adds weight and reduces bounce back during use.
-Beveled head and chamfered edges prevent chipping.

-The dimensions are 8"L 5" D 2" H and the head is 16 OZ
-Durable oil finish can be touched up.
-Ready to ship.

-Thanks for looking and be sure to browse our other items.

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I gladly accept returns and cancellations
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