Estwing 13 oz Pointed Tip Leather Gripped Rock Hammer E13P


Estwing 13 oz Pointed Tip Leather Gripped Rock Hammer E13P

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Estwing 13 oz Pointed Tip Leather Gripped Rock Hammer E13P

The Estwing Leather Gripped 13 oz Light Weight Pointed Tip Rock Hammer is best described as an Estwing Leather Gripped 22 oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer (E-30) that has been trimmed down to reduce weight. The rock pick is similar is overall size to the Estwing Leather Gripped 22 oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer (E-30). The handle is narrower but the handle length and the the length of the head are basically the same. It differs in that the hammer head striking end is a slightly smaller size and length. The pick end is the same length but tapered to a sharper point. Note that the 13 oz specifies the head weight not the total hammer weight. The 14 oz pointed tip is actually the lightest pointed tip rock hammer we carry.

Head Width 6 3/4 inches
Overall Length 12 7/8 inches
Head Weight 13 ounces
Total Weight 1 pound 10 ounces
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