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Craftsman 16 oz. Ball Pein Hammer

Item# 00938465000P | Model# 38465 | Added on May 13, 2010 |
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Craftsman 16 oz. Ball Pein Hammer
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Hickory Handle, Maximum Strike with this Craftsman Ball Pein Make the most of your metalwork with this handy and durably Craftsman 16-ounce ball pein hammer from Sears. This hammer is the ideal tool for a variety of common metalwork tasks, like striking punches and chisels, shaping unhardened metal, and peining rivets. This Craftsman ballpein is just as well-made as it is useful. The hammer features a steel hemispherical head - perfect for metal work - which has been heat-treated for drop-forged strength and durability. The hammer features 13-3/4 in. hickory handle, and the hammer face and pein are machined for uniformity. The hammer is lightweight at 1.3 pounds with a 16-ounce head weight, so it is light enough for anyone to handle, while still allowing you to wield force when you need to while working on your metal work tasks.

  • This Craftsman 16-ounce ball pein hammer is lightweight at just 1.3 lbs.
  • Perfect impact tool for many metalwork tasks, like striking punches and chisels, shaping unhardened metal, and peining rivets
  • The hammer features a hemispherical head and a 13-3/4 in. hickory handle
  • The hammer face and pein are machined for uniformity
  • The steel head is drop-forged and heat-treated for strength
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By tuned944
April 6th, 2011
The Most Used Size I Own and I Own Them ALL

I know that there have been a great many changes in Hammer design over the decades. There are now steel, fiberglass and even composite handled hammers. For a purist like me, however, nothing matches the feel of a good old fashioned hickory handle.

This ball pein hammer takes me back to a day with things were simpler and the job at hand was worth doing right, if it was worth doing at all. One cool little note, is that the Craftsman Logo is burned right into the handle of each hammer. No stickers to peal off leaving a gooing mess which attracts dirt and grime.

Remember that quality work requires quality tools!

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Phillijp
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Different item sent

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I spent a little over an hour talking to the customer service people. I was trying to replace a broken ball pein hammer. It turns out sears doesn't have a 12oz ball pein hammer any more so they sent me a 16oz ball pein. When the package arrived I had been sent a 16oz claw hammer. The two are not the same and the hammer wasn't even a craftsman hammer. I called customer service again and talked to two people who couldn't understand that contrary to what their computer was telling them I received the wrong tool. The stupid hammer is $18, I can buy a set of 5 from ************** for $21. It's time to move on from craftsman and sears, may they rest in peace.

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AandPGuy
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Sears employees can't read?

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So I ordered a ball peen hammer and instead they sent me a flex claw hammer. All they have to do is read. It's not that hard....

October 24th via mobile
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TheBigFluff96
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A Little Pricey

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Nice hammer, but a little pricey in my opinion.

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