The Estwing Chipping Hammer is used for either mineral or fossil collection. The chipping hammer has both a chisel end and a pointed tip end. The chisel end has the chisel placed vertically or parallel with the handle. The pick end is straight or parallel with the head end. The chisel end and the straight pick end provide more accuracy for the removal of specimens from the rock matrix.
Note: Sheaths DO NOT work with this hammer. The Gfeller Casemaker's Holster work with this hammer.
|Head Width||7 1/2 inches|
|Overall Length||11 inches|
|Head Weight||13 ounces|
|Total Weight||1 pound 7 ounces|
Rockhounding Montana, 2nd Edition covers popular and commercial areas as well as many little known sites on public land. The book gives directions, includes a glossary, maps, and directories to museums, rock shops, and rock clubs. With this book, the beginner finds a complete introduction to this fascinating hobby, and the expert discovers an excellent sourcebook. Don't forget to bring this book along on your next geological journey!
This packet contains 5 maps (17 1/2 X 23) printed on both sides. The maps divide the state into four sections and show the location of 47 gems in addition to gold and silver. The maps featured were chosen due to their clarity in spite of being printed in 1882, 1936 and 1900. This package is a must for both the serious or the part time rock hound.
Map locates deposits of actinolite, agate, amethstine, apache tears, apatite, azurite, barite, beryl, bloodstone, calcite, carnelian, chalcedony, chert, chrysocolla, corundum, epidote, fire opal, fossils, flourite, garnet, geodes, hematite, jasper-agate, jasper, limb cast, malachite, nodules, obsidian, onyx, opal, opalite, opalized wood, petrified wood, pyrite, quartz, rhodochrosite, rhyolite, selenite, sunstones, topaz, tourmaline, turquoise, variscite, wonderstone, wulfenite, zeolite, and zircon.
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