Estwing Supreme 22 oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer E3-22P


Estwing Supreme 22 oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer E3-22P

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Estwing Supreme 22 oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer E3-22P

The Estwing Supreme 22 oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer (E3-22P) is the standard, the rock pick carried by more geologist and rockhounds. Light enough to easily carry but heavy enough to crack some rock. Estwing Supreme quality in a one-piece forged pointed tip rock pick. Fully polished solid steel with the Estwing shock absorbing nylon-vinyl grip which has been tested to reduce shock by 50%.

Head Width 7 inches
Overall Length 12 3/4 inches
Head Weight 22 ounces
Total Weight 2 pounds

Estwing has introduced a new line of tools called Big Face. The Big Face tools have, wait for it, a big head. The head is widen at the end to make is safer and more effective when using the hammer for driving chisels. The extra 2 ounces on the Estwing Supreme Big Face 24 oz Pointed Tip Rock Hammer E6-24PC makes it a better hammer for smashing rocks or driving those chisels.

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