Estwing Blue Nylon Sheath for Chisel Edge Rock Hammers #24

Estwing Blue Nylon Sheath for Chisel Edge Rock Hammers #24


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Estwing Blue Nylon Sheath for Chisel Edge Rock Hammers #24

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  • AAPG Mid-Continent Geological Highway Map (Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma)

    Learn more about the geological history of the rocks around you! This colorful, educational map presents state/regional surface rock outcrop information?age, depositional environment, rock type, and names of formations. Includes major highways, towns, and landmarks. Printed on a single sheet and folded to glove compartment size, has a stratigraphic column by state, mileage charts. Scale: 1 inch=30 miles. Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Highway Map #1
  • California Rocks! A Guide to Geologic Sites in the Golden State

    Tour California by visiting these 65 geological sites, each site illustrated with color pictures Geologic Time Scale
    Plate Tectonics and California

    Northeast California
    I. Lava Beds National Monument
    Caves in Basalt
    2. Mount Shasta
    A Stratovolcano
    3. Castle Crags State Park
    Exfoliation Joints in Granitic Rock
    4. McArthur— Burney Falls Memorial State Park
    A Spring-Fed Waterfall
    5. Lassen Volcanic National Park
    Eruptions and Boiling Springs

    North Coast
    6. Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park
    Josephine Ophiolite
    7. Crescent City
    Tsunami Country
    8. Patrick's Point State Park
    Franciscan Melange and Younger Rocks
    9. Cache Creek Natural Area
    The Great Valley Sequence
    10. Salt Point State Park
    Trace Fossils

    San Francisco Bay Area
    1 I. Sonoma Coast State Park
    Sea Stacks
    12. Calistoga's Petrified Forest
    Petrified Wood
    13. Napa Valley
    Terroir of Wine
    14. Point Reyes National Seashore
    The San Andreas Fault and the Rocks It Brought with It
    15. Golden Gate National Recreation Area
    Radiolarian Chert and Pillow Basalt
    16. Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve
    Young Volcanics in the Coast Range
    17. Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve
    California Coal
    18. Mount Diablo State Park
    Trail Through Time
    19. Vasco Caves Regional Preserve
    Concretions in Sandstone
    20. Mavericks Surf Break
    Seafloor Topography
    21. San Gregorio State Beach
    Sea Caves and Trace Fossils
    22. Bean Hollow State Beach
    Tafoni and Graded Bedding
    23. Los Trancos Open Space Preserve
    The 1906 Earthquake
    24. Almaden Quicksilver County Park
    Mercury Mine

    Sierra Nevada
    25. Sutter Buttes
    A Young Volcanic Center
    26. Empire Mine State Historic Park
    Hard Rock cold Mine
    27. Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park
    Hydraulic Mining of Placer Deposits
    28. Mather Regional Park
    Vernal Pools
    29. Lake Tahoe
    History of a Basin
    30. Grover Hot Springs State Park
    Sierra Volcanics
    31. California State Mining and Mineral Museum
    Gemstones and Gold
    32. Yosemite National Park
    Sculpting by Water and Ice
    33. Kings Canyon National Park
    Mineralogy of Granite
    34. Sequoia National Park
    Caves in Marble

    Eastern Sierra
    35. Bodie State Historic Park
    Gold Mining Ghost Town
    36. Mono Lake Tufa State Natural Reserve
    Pillars of Limestone
    37. Panum Crater
    A Very Recent Eruption
    38. Devils Postpile National Monument
    Columns in a Lava Flow
    39. Horseshoe Lake
    Carbon Dioxide Tree Kill
    40. Hot Creek Geological Site
    Hot Geysers in a Cold Creek
    41. Convict Lake
    A Roof Pendant
    Central Coast
    42. Castle Rock State Park
    Tafoni Weathering of Sandstone
    43. Natural Bridges State Beach
    Coastal Erosion
    44. Carmel River State Beach
    Submarine Monterey Canyon
    45. Point Lobos State Natural Reserve
    The Salinian Block and the Carmelo Formation
    46. Morro Bay State Park
    A Line of Volcanic Plugs
    47. Pinnacles National Monument
    7-1 Volcano Split by the San Andreas Fault

    South Coast
    48. Gaviota State Park
    The Monterey Formation
    49. Kern County Museum
    Black Gold
    50. Red Rock Canyon State Park
    Miocene Fossils
    51. Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area
    Transverse Ranges
    52. Vasquez Rocks Natural Area
    Red Conglomerates and Fanglomerates
    53. Devils Punchbowl County Park
    Folded and Faulted Rocks
    54. La Brea Tar Pits
    Ice Age Fossils
    55. Abalone Cove Shoreline Park
    56. Crystal Cove State Park
    Marine Terraces
    57. San Onofre State Beach
    Cristianitos Fault
    58. Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve
    Sedimentary Features along the Beach Trail
    59. Mission Trails Regional Park
    Mountain of granite
    60. Cuyamaca Rancho State Park
    Rocks of the Peninsular Ranges

    61. Death Valley National Park
    Salt Flats in a Closed Basin
    62. Mojave National Preserve
    Sand Dunes and Volcanic Tuff
    63. Joshua Tree National Park
    Rock Weathering
    64. Salton Sea State Recreation Area
    A Saline Lake
    65. Anza - Borrego Desert State Park
    Flash Floods
  • Valley 20 oz Chisel-Edge Rock Hammer with Hickory Handle

    A nice chisel-edged rock hammer with an American hickory handle. The head weight is about right and the American hickory handle makes it a bit lighter for carrying. The American hickory handle is also a bit smaller in diameter than the standard rock hammers which makes it better for smaller hands. The American hickory handle does not provide the impact reduction of nylon handled hammers.
    Head Width Overall Length Head Weight Total Weight
    7 inches 11 inches 20 ounces 1 pound 14.5 ounces
  • U-Dig-It Folding Hand Shovel

    U-Dig-It® Folding Shovel is a lightweight, versatile digging tool made of durable stainless steel.

    Save your fingers! This little folding shovel moves far more dirt and gravel than will your rock hammer. This small, hand sized, stainless steel, folding shovel about the size of a garden hand trowel. The heavy wire frame handle folds out and locks. The light weight makes it a great accessory for your rockhounding and the case, either leather or ballistic nylon, keeps it right their on your belt ready for use. Similar to the famous U-Dig-It folding shovels. The U-Dig-It folding shovels are made in the USA and the quality is better. But the price of this folding shovel is about half the price. Made by the same manufacturer as U-Dig-It folding shovels.
    • Collapses for storage
    • Useful for clearing rocks/debris, burying waste, plant removal, scaling fish, and digging pits for campfires
    • May also be used as a cooking utensil (can be heated)
    • Blade Size LxWxD: 5.25” x 2.2” x 1” (134 x 56 x 25mm)
    • Shovel closed LxWxD: 5.75” x 2.5” x 1” (146 x 65 x 25mm)
    • Shovel open LxWxD: 9” x 2.5” x 1.25” (233 x 65 x 32mm)
    • Shovel weight: 5.2 oz. (147g)
  • Pocket Pivot Magnet (Neodymium or Alinco)

    Use the handy Pocket Pivot Magnet as an aid in discovering and identifying magnetic and iron minerals and meteorites.

    Hold the Pocket Pivot Magnet vertically by the pivot clip and move the Pocket Pivot Magnet towards a suspected magnetic material. The Pocket Pivot Magnet will be pulled towards a meteorite or iron mineral or pulled toward or pushed away from a magnetic material such as magnetite.

    • A powerful 1 inch long Alinco 5 magnet or a stronger Neodymium magnet
    • Stainless Steel Spring Wire Pivot Clip.
    • Adjustable pocket clip.
    • Weighs about a half an ounce.
  • Black Treasure Scoop

    Reinforced plastic scoop designed to recover nuggets and help you locate them in the scoop with your detector. Available in green, and black. When you get a strong signal scoop the dirt around it. Test your ground and test your scoop. If there's no signal from your scoop but there is from the ground pour the dirt where you can check it again and take another scoop of dirt.

    When the signal is strongly coming from the dirt in your scoop slowly pour it out onto your coil or split the dirt in half into two scoops (or a dust pan). Keep checking the scoop for a signal and splitting it in half until you able to locate the target in your scoop.

    I like to carry two scoops for splitting and a dustpan, with brush, for finding the target. After I've narrowed down the signal to a small bit of dirt I slowly pour the dirt onto the coil until I get a squeal. If the first bit of dirt I've slowly spilled onto the coil doesn't have the target then I pour this dirt into my dustpan and repeat the process. By saving the dirt in the dustpan I still have the target if I missed it when I first poured it onto my coil. (You can close an open coil with a little duct tape but make sure you don't have any sticky side exposed to trap dirt.
  • Estwing Black Nylon Sheath for Pointed Tip Rock Hammers #22

    Estwing Black Nylon Sheath for Pointed Tip Rock Hammers #22 for Estwing Leather Handled Pointed-Tip Rock Hammers. 

  • Belt, Nylon Web with Quick Release Buckle, LC-2A, Pistol (adjusts to 46'')

    Closeout! Made of heavy nylon webbing. New issue with quick release buckle. Made to military specifications as a pistol belt. 2 1/4'' wide and adjusts to 46 inches.

    Note: We're closing out this belt as it's just too wide to fit the sheaths and holsters we're currently carrying without some modification to them.
  • Estwing Supreme 24oz Chisel Edge Rock Hammer E3-24PC

    Estwing Supreme 24oz Chisel Edge Rock Hammer E3-24PC

    This is Estwing's heaviest chisel edge rock hammer.

    Chisel edge rock hammers are typically used when you want to split layers of rock apart when looking for fossils.

    Head Width 7 inches
    Overall Length 11 inches
    Head Weight 24 ounces
    Total Weight 1 pound 14 ounces

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